I wonder if Mr. Willard Mitt Romney has been spanked by the Mormon Church. This campaign sure is making up for him being such a piss poor Mormon. It is a part of the reason Mitt is still loaded; even if it is against his own values and morals he will do it for money. Fortunately, there are people out there with a soul; I think there may be anyway.
Mitt may be able to make a fortune for the US, no matter what it takes, that is the terrifying part. One key thing to remember when voting is that Mitt is from money, generations of his family as well as his wives family. They are loaded and when I say that I mean over 150 million easily. He graduated from Harvard, so did his father. He has never had to worry about money ever, enough said.
Apparently Mitt Romney has profited from the disposal of fetuses when he invested in Stericycle a company that in fact disposes of fetuses. This company has been a target of many pro-life crazies with the signs, and the yelling, and even killing in some cases. In 2006 Mitt Romney funded abortion for the people in his State of Massachusetts. “…”RomneyCare” goes beyond being merely “pro-choice” and is radically pro-abortion by overtly paying abortionists to perform any and all types of abortions with tax dollars…” (http://prolifeprofiles.com/mitt-romney-abortion) That beautiful quote is right out of a pro-life website, so if you have any questions contact those lunatics yourself please.
The official statement from the Mormon Church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) regarding abortion is as follows:
“In today’s society, abortion has become a common practice, defended by deceptive arguments. Latter-day prophets have denounced abortion, referring to the Lord’s declaration, “Thou shalt not . . . kill, nor do anything like unto it” (D&C 59:6). Their counsel on the matter is clear: Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints must not submit to, perform, encourage, pay for, or arrange for an abortion. Church members who encourage an abortion in any way may be subject to Church discipline…..”
—See True to the Faith (2004), 4