Lively opinion column by Donald Kaul of the Lake County, Minn., News-Chronicle suggest that while "Mormons practice things that seem odd to the rest of us," if you look at the LDS Church "objectively, from a distance, they are an admirable people clean-living, industrious, generous and civic-minded." Mr. Kaul makes the point that all religions seem a little strange to those who don't believe, and that a Mormon candidate should not be discounted just because he is a Mormon. "If you don't want to vote for Mitt Romney, I can think of a number of very good reasons not to do so," Kaul writes. "Being a Mormon isn't one of them." To read the entire column please click here.