"Mormonism is not an orthodox Christian faith. It just is not … It's very clear that the Founding Fathers did not intend to preserve automatically religious liberty for non-Christian faiths" (Bryan Fischer, Focal Point radio show, September 2011).
"Can you name the candidate that's running for president that believes that if he's a good person in his religion he will receive his own planet? … Would you vote for someone for president who believes in their religion, if he's a good person, he'll get his own planet? … Do you want to get your own planet?" (Ben Ferguson, Fox 13 News, Memphis, Tenn., July 6, 2011).
"The Christian coalition, I think (another candidate) could get a lot of money from that, because Romney, obviously, not being a Christian …" (Ainsley Earhart, "Fox and Friends," July 17, 2011).
"MormonVoices is not a political organization and has no position on any candidate or campaign," Gordon noted. "Many statements included here concern politics, but are included because of their relevance to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints."
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