Stephy grills Mitt.

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Mitt Romney appears on This Week on ABC News.

He takes a lot of tough questions on his religion. I would love to see the same scrutiny applied to Senators Clinton and Obama.


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  1. Mike Triggs says

    Now what tough questions do you ask someone who is Methodist (Senator Clinton) or a member of the United Church of Christ (Senator Obama)? Both seem pretty mainline to me.

    I would be currious to know why Senator Brownback switched from Protestant to Roman Catholic.

    Just wondering! Mike Triggs, a former member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Now Presbyterian)

  2. Here are some possible questions for Clinton. “Are you serious about practicing your faith or will you just use it as a prop like your husband did?” or “Is abortion a sacrament in the Methodist Church or is it just a personal sacrament for you?”

  3. The difference is that Mitt does a fine job when grilled. In fact, it is his best chance. If he was just given softballs, he wouldn’t stand a chance of differentiating himself. He should do his best to put himself in tough interviews as often as possible, as it may turn out to be one of best things that he can do to get noticed.

    It is hard to watch him do these appearances and to not begin to root for him, at least as far as him vs. the press. That could prove helpful for him later on.

  4. Wow. Every time I read or see something about Romney, I am more and more disturbed. His flip-flops on abortion, gay marriage, campaign finance reform and taxes are well known. This interview adds a new flip-flop: 2nd Amendment rights. He admits to having supported the Brady Bill and for signing a so-called “assault weapons ban” but says that he is a strong supporter of the 2nd Amendment and a member of the NRA because he thinks they are doing good work. Steffy asks him when he joined the NRA and the answer is a show-stopper: “Last year.” Say what? You don’t think that looks calculating and opportunistic? This guy is going to flame out… all the contortions of his record are going to lead to the fall – just like when you play Twister.

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