With the results in for the Florida Primary showing a commanding win for Romney, is it now a clear run to the GOP nomination? You can cast a vote in the poll below.
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Where does this leave the former Massachussetts governor? In the cat’s bird seat for now. His two closest rivals – Paul and Santorum – have no chance of winning the nomination. His more dangerous rivals – Gingrich and Perry – are both fatally flawed. Gingrich has brains but no money and little organization. Governor Perry has money and organization but no brains.
That leaves a relatively open road to the nomination for Romney. He may not nail it down till he gets to the convention in Tampa but Romney has it in the bag.
That does not mean he will win the general election in November. Far from it. In the Iowa caucuses one key figure is often over-looked. Seventy-five per cent of the Republican participants did not vote for Romney. Imagine that. Romney can only get one Republican in four to support him. In other words, the Tea Party and the far right would sooner lose the election with a true blue conservative rather than a moderate like Romney whom they despise.
So Romney wins the nomination and Obama wins the election.
Has Romney wrapped up the nomination?
What do you think?
At a religious conservative convention over the week-end, a popular Baptist minister said he could not support Mitt Romney over Rick Perry. The reason he said was that Mitt Romney, a mormon belonged to a « cult » separated from the christian religion. Naturally a minister could not support a candidate who was not a Christian over another candidate who was a firm believer.
The Baptist minister, rev. Jeffress, maintains that all the polls show that at least 40 per cent of fundamentalist Christians will not support Romney under any circumstances.
Is Mormonism a « cult » in the sense that it is outside the boundaries of biblical Christianity?
Mormonism was started by Joseph Smith in the 1820’s and he was succeeded by Brigham Young.
Mormonism to day represents the new non-Protestant faith taught by Smith in the 1840’s.
Protestant theologian, Rev. Albert Mohler states the following. « Mormonism rejects the Bible as the sole and sufficient authority for the Christian faith. Mormonism rejects what orthodox Christianity affirms and it affirms what orthodox Christianity rejects. »
Is Governor Romney’s religion anybody’s business except his own.?
Will Governor Romney’s Mormonism hurt him at the polls?
Do you consider governor Romney a Christian?