And it is those political views that should be the focus of our attention, says another LDS politician, and not speculation about who is — or is not — "the face of Mormonism."
“First of all,” said erstwhile presidential candidate Jon Huntsman during an interview with KSNV, “let’s keep religion out of politics. I think we want a conversation that speaks to the real germane issues that we face as Americans.
“Second of all,” he continued, “I think the face of Mormonism is becoming increasingly diverse, and that’s probably a good thing. So it’s really hard to define what that face is. But let’s stick with the issues; let’s keep the sideshows to a minimum.”
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