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Published: Friday, July 6 2012 5:05 p.m. MDT

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AmPatriot
Taylorsville, UT

Ladies and gentlemen, may I present the proof that the LDS religion does interfere with government and its laws. This is an example of the Romney affect that will now focus on federal governemnt interference in Washington. Utah is also proof but Utah population never gets exposed to self rule and a democratic government so they keep their heads buried in oil shale.

The greatest threat the LDS religion will have in Washington is on border control and expulsion of foreign nationals from this country. Mormons think every one has a right and entitlement to our country and its wealth and power.

Mormons are socialist and its leaders believe that the common man is not meant to be prosperous. Poverty is where the followers must remain. Prosperity breeds independence, self worth, and personal wealth and commoners are not allowed to have that.

Nevada is losing Mormon influence becasue they are leaving Nevada's depressed economy by the thousands and taking their influence with them. The danger now is its trying to move into the White House and hopefully the LDS influence will remain in Utah and not move in on the Washington employers and business markets.

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