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Forum Post: Why Evangelicals are suddenly dropping support for Romney

Posted 9 years ago on Oct. 29, 2012, 1:32 p.m. EST by LDWoller (0)
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The four links below are key articles by a former Mormon Richard Packham on why the secrets of Romney's passionate faith and secret beliefs in a Mormon US Theocracy might not be good for the country, women, blacks, gays, non-Mormon religions and other group’s agendas. The rather shocking issues and questions raised in the two documents linked below concern Romney’s Mormon faith’s secret tenants. These secret faith beliefs are legitimate concerns for open political election debate particularly --- when that candidate is running for presidency of the most powerful country on earth and these secret religious beliefs create the core of his worldview that will inform his positions and actions!

The ideas in these documents of secretly establishing a Theocracy in the US with loyalty-proven Mormons as its leaders and head administrators is deeply concerning. If it wasn’t so scary, it would be funny and great fodder for late night comedy. Here are the links:





More key questions and idea to ponder about Romney’s Secret Mormonism and him as president:

The secretiveness of Mormonism and Romney’s lifelong dedication to it and lineage and history of Mormon leadership makes one wonder why would he ever forward transparency as a key value in government while he embraces, practices and vows absolute secrecy in one of the world’s most secretive religions. One also can’t help but wonder if Romney would stack the US cabinet with his sons and fill other US government posts with loyalty-tested and fervent Mormons whose first and most important loyalty is to the stated Mormon goal of the creation of the Mormon Kingdom of God and Zion on earth. How would this primary religious dedication put the US goals and agenda of the Bill of Rights and Constitution a distant second?

Romney is a high ranking priest/member of Mormonism. His family was one of the key founding families of Mormonism part of who even moved to Mexico so they did not have to give up polygamy when Mormonism refuted it polygamy to help make Utah a state. Mormonism lies at the very core of Romney's lifelong worldview. Individuals consistently believe and act in congruity with their worldviews.

Mormon secret and non-secret beliefs must be widely and openly discussed during this presidential campaign. It would be politically insane to elect someone to that power without a full public and journalistic exploration of that worldview --- religious or not! Political correctness should not be used as a tool to censure and silence critical public debate on presidential candidates or controversial religious practices that will influence a presidential candidate.

Romney’s secret Mormon beliefs need lots of last minute coverage by unafraid journalists. They need to ask serious questions about the content of these links and Romney’s Mormon faith.

After reviewing theses articles and if they deep concern you too, please consider forwarding this info to other journalists, media covering the election and your friends (ideally with your comments.)


PS One other question… The way Mormon’s treat women as property and who have to submit to their husband’s decisions as final in family matters as a core tenant of Mormonism makes one wonder why would Romney ever forward a woman’s constitutional equal rights?



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[-] 1 points by bensdad (8977) 9 years ago

while the madness and danger of mormionism is extreme
is it really worse than the protestants who burned witches
or the catholics who burned Jews
or the moslems with bombs and fatwas

certainly, a mormon president as you describe above is very alarming -
but far more alarming to me are the millions of lemmings who believe his bs

and I don' t see the evangelicals "dropping" support
most do what they are told to do
many are racist
I don' t see the evangelicals "dropping" support

[-] 0 points by frogmanofborneo (602) from New York, NY 9 years ago

Not "the evangelicals" but "some" or perhaps "many" evangelicals. It hopefully is a trend.

[-] 0 points by GirlFriday (17435) 9 years ago

I think you will find that the Evangelicals have never really supported Romney.

[-] 0 points by BetsyRoss (-744) 9 years ago

OOoooooohhhh nooooooo.....Here's a statement from the "United Church of God's website-

"What is the Kingdom of God? The gospel or good news of the Kingdom of God was the heart and core of Jesus Christ's message. What did Jesus mean when He talked about the Kingdom of God?"


"The word translated "kingdom" throughout the New Testament is the Greek word basileia, which denotes "sovereignty, royal power, [and] dominion" ( Vine's Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, "Kingdom"). A careful examination of the Bible reveals that the next phase of the Kingdom of God is nothing short of a world-ruling monarchy that God will establish on this earth through Jesus Christ!"

"A vision explained in the book of Daniel covers prophecies from the time of Daniel to the time of Jesus Christ's second coming. Daniel understood that there would be four major world-ruling empires during that time. Daniel explains that in the days of the fourth empire God will replace these human kingdoms with the Kingdom of God."

"And in the days of these kings the God of heaven will set up a kingdom which shall never be destroyed; and the kingdom shall not be left to other people; it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand forever" (Daniel 2:44). We see that the fourth kingdom continues to rule until Christ returns to establish His Kingdom on earth"

The United Church of God must be stopped!!! And the Catholics! They believe it too! And Seventh Day Adventists And almost all other Christian religions!!!

[-] 0 points by BetsyRoss (-744) 9 years ago

Weird. The actual Mormon faith teaches that God will determine and announce the conditions of establishing His Kingdom on earth (along with many OTHER religions that teach the exact same thing) and that God Himself will "be around" to do the organizing of it.

If God doesn't show up, then you have nothing to worry about. If God does show up, well then you owe the Mormons an apology don't you?

Question-what exactly does this "Mormon Kingdom" entail? Seeing as their church is built around charity, love, peace, helping others, obeying the laws of the land, freedom, responsibility to family and the world etc...oh the HORRORS they might try to establish!

[-] 0 points by frogmanofborneo (602) from New York, NY 9 years ago

You've said a lot here. I am afraid that most people who read on this website are brainwashed into thinking that Mormonism is just another church not better or worse than the others. Good to keep at it though. And good that many Evangelicals and other actual believing Christians are waking up, perhaps not too late.