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Published: Sunday, Sept. 23 2012 12:00 a.m. MDT

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American Fork, UT

Religion is doing incredible harm to our political process. I am not voting for preacher in chief. Whatever their relationship with god, it's personal.

GK Willington


John C. C.
Payson, UT

It's a good trend for voters to prefer a candidate based on actual moral standards than the specific name of the church from whom he learned them.

That also makes it a difficult choice for Americans like me who want leaders with both traditional family values and a strong sense of charity. By my standards each major candidate appears to be only half Christian.

Huntsville, UT

If Mitt Romney actually had any religious, moral values, he wouldn't have put thousands of people out of work just to enrich himself and his friends.

If religion plays a role in this election, Romney doesn't stand a chance.

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