Mitt Romney's Troubling Views on Religion in GovernmentQuicklink submitted by Don Smith Permalink
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|The U.S. Constitution rightfully mandates that "no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States."
But former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who announced yesterday that he will again seek the Republican Party's nomination for president, still faces many questions about his Mormon faith and the impact it might have on his decisions in office. When he last ran for president, Romney delivered a major speech (video below) intended to quell possible concerns about his religion, which polling suggests would prevent many Americans from casting a ballot for Romney or any other Mormon.
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