But her post today? About how it's "against the constitution" for someone to say they won't vote for a Mormon for President? Yeah.
I wouldn't vote for a Mormon for President, but it's not because I hate Mormons. I love Mormons. I'm fascinated with Mormons. I wouldn't put a Mormon in office because I know where they'd stand on political issues and it's absolutely contrary to my beliefs. For starters, I believe that gay people are as equal as straight people, and Mitt and I ain't never gonna agree on that one basic fact.
Remember with George W. talked about the conversations he has with God, and how God told him to go into Iraq and all that jazz? Yeah, I get real nervous when people with access to nuclear warheads start talking about God's Will working through them.
And have you ever truly examined the Mormon culture? Good Mormons do what the Church tells them to, final answer. Good Mormons are told by the Church how to live their lives: how to spend their money (offerings and tithing, mandatory); how to vote (conservatively, obviously); what to eat and drink (no tea or coffee); what to wear (from the type of underwear to the length of the skirts and shirt-sleeves); what to read and watch (only Church-approved literature, no R-rated movies). You're telling me the Church would just chill and let one of its own be the POTUS without trying to exert some influence? Yeah. Uh huh.
Have you heard of Prop 8? Do you know how many "Good Mormons" dug into their savings to help fund that movement, because the Church told them it was expected of them? And that was just for one ballot measure in California.
No. I wouldn't vote for a Mormon for President, but it's not because I'm a bigot; I wouldn't vote for a Mormon because I know too much about them and I don't trust their Church.