None of the GOP presidential candidates have spoken out against religious intolerance towards Romney: He who has approved of wrongdoing is as guilty as he who committed it

Filed in Current affairs, GOP, Politics by on October 14, 2011 0 Comments

The GOP presidential race is heating up and full of surprises: a Black, a Mormon, and more. The Republicans are a little lost, put in a position of electing a Mormon or putting another Black man in the White House. The front runner keeps switching — now Cain, was Romney, previously Perry.

Mitt Romney, is a victim of attacksĀ about his infamous “Romneycare” and his religion. Many things have been said, just this week. A pastor endorsing Perry called the Mormon religion a “cult.”

It is surprising that none of the GOP candidates haveĀ spoken out against religious intolerance. This move could be divisive among conservatives. The Mormons are very conservative and will certainly not accept seeing “their” candidate disqualified for being Mormon. As the Arabs of Egypt say, “He who has approved of wrongdoing is as guilty as he who committed it.”

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