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Published: Monday, Nov. 29 2010 5:00 a.m. MST

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JoeBlow
Miami Area, Fl

Hmm. FBI agents and secret combinations. That's scary.

Hope Mitt doesn't bring them up. That would be the end of any presidential hopes.

EgbertThrockmorton
Layton, UT

Well, if one is using the "prophecies", then network marketing, multi-level marketing groups, and others that infect this state, are also "secret combinations" as well. They certainly are "cartels" set up for personal enrichment of a very few...hmmmm, there's a correlation there I bet.

Mormoncowboy
Provo, Ut

Haven't read the book, so I my be out of step here. Nevertheless, if his Secret Combination connection doesn't show how a domestic influence is trying to subvert the Government, and overall political liberties of the people - then he is out of step with The Book of Mormon prophecies. Drug cartels generally wouldn't be a good fit for this because their associations with the Cartels are generally well known, whereas the Gadianton Robbers and Murderers generally tried to keep their combination secret, hence Secret Combinations.

NeilT
Clearfield, UT

Can't think of a better description of secret combinations than the drug cartels. Read his first book, recommend it. All you anti-government types just won't get it. It's not the government. It's big business and organized crime that are the real enemy. Tobacco, alcohol, pornography, drugs are far bigger threats to our freedom than being patted down at the airport.

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