Sunday, October 9, 2011


It was just a matter of time until Romney's religious beliefs became an issue in the GOP primary and now they have, according to an AP article. Robert Jeffress of the First Baptist Church in Dallas and Bryan Fischer of American Family Association attended the Values Voter Summit and managed to get anti-Mormon bigotry into the discussion. According to the AP, Jeffress introduced Perry and later told the press that unlike Perrito, Romney's not a Christian.

This could've been an excellent opportunity for Perrito to rise to the occasion and take the issue off the table with a bold public statement, but that would've required some intestinal fortitude -- and Perrito is a gutless weakling who even tries to avoid taking questions from the press.

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