Regarding Frank Pignanelli's assertion (Feb. 10) that Mitt Romney should have provided satisfactory answers to inquiries about his religion rather than "dodge and weave" on various church doctrines, I would ask why this is even an issue to him. Using similar logic, why wouldn't other presidential candidates have the same obligation? Who cares what religion a presidential candidate belongs to as long as he or she is a moral person who loves this country and is competent to serve? Romney addressed this issue very well. Moreover, Romney is not and never professed to be a spokesman for the LDS faith.

If it is important for me to know the background of any candidate's religion, there is plenty of authorized information out there in cyberspace

Michael A. Robbins