Did Romney’s faith cost him 2012 election?

MItt Romney

Very sad that they would not vote for a conservative and allow a liberal destroy our country.
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Is the fact that Mitt Romney is a practicing Mormon responsible for his failure to beat Barack Obama in the 2012 presidential election?

A brand-new book is probing deep into the suggestion Romney’s membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, thought by some Christians to be a “cult,” was a significant factor in his defeat.

In “What Went Wrong,” best-selling author Jerome Corsi reveals how some major voices in mainstream Christianity went out of their way to make sure the voting public was aware of Romney’s beliefs.

Corsi notes that in October 2011, just 13 months before Election Day, Robert Jeffress, pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas, caused a commotion at the Values Voter Summit when he warned against voting for Romney because “Mormonism is not Christianity,” claiming the decision for evangelical Christians is whether “we prefer someone who is truly a believer in Jesus Christ or someone … who is part of a cult.”



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