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Is Mitt Romney a Servant of Satan?

According to the Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, the answer is yes! The 98th Section from the Doctrine and Covenants that I'm going to quote from is a revelation that Mormons believe was given to the prophet Joseph Smith. Let's see what it says:

4 "And now, verily I say unto you concerning the laws of the land, it is my will that my people should observe to do all things whatsoever I command them.

5 And that law of the land which is constitutional, supporting that principle of freedom in maintaining rights and privileges, belongs to all mankind, and is justifiable before me.

6 Therefore, I, the Lord, justify you, and your brethren of my church, in befriending that law which is the constitutional law of the land;

7 And as pertaining to law of man, whatsoever is more or less than this, cometh of evil."

Here we have the Lord stating in this revelation that anything that violates the Constitution of the United States "cometh of evil". Clearly a law that suspends the Constitutional rights of Americans, such as the NDAA or the Patriot Act, violates the Constitution of the United States. Romney is on the record supporting these un-Constitutional laws, as well as many others. Let's see what else this revelation has to say:

8 "I, the Lord God, make you free, therefore ye are free indeed; and the law also maketh you free.

9 Nevertheless, when the wicked rule the people mourn.

10 Wherefore, honest men and wise men should be sought for diligently, and good men and wise men ye should observe to uphold; otherwise whatsoever is less than these cometh of evil."

It doesn't get any clearer than that. Not only is the Lord saying that we should support honest and wise men to uphold the Constitutional laws of the United States, but once again the point is made that a leader that doesn't do so, "cometh of evil". Do you hear that, Mitt Romney?

Based on this revelation, there is only one presidential candidate that Mormons could support. That honest and wise man is Ron Paul. He is the only man running that is willing to defend the Constitution that makes us free.

There's one last verse from that revelation that I'd like to share. A verse that Ron Paul lives up to, unlike all of the other candidates.

16 "Therefore, renounce war and proclaim peace..."

Amen!




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Is this the Onion?

Or is it for real?

For Freedom!
The World is my country, all mankind is my brethren, to do good is my religion.

If so, then why is paul 'friends' with romney?

is this 'friendship' real and good?

jj

YES, but not because he is Mormon.. "Corporate Fascists" are...

...THE ANTI-CHRISTS.

Corporations have no sole. They are merely an oppressive system. An evil false image created in the image of God. Corporations are only as good as the people that work for them, and even that is not enough sometimes to restrain their blood thirsty tendencies. Just as people make mistakes, corporations make mistakes, but they have no larger conscious from God to retrain their evil collective actions. And one person's conscious within a corporation can not restrain a corporate force that is larger than any one person. Its like a person at Union Pacific jumping on the track to stop one of their trains. It doesn't work this way. Train keeps going, splat.

And Bishop Romney Is Also An Even Bigger More Dedicated Corporate Fascist Minion For Satan's Army.

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interesting perspective . . .

and I think you have some good points--

I like your words about corporations--

Still, his professing to be a Mormon (which no doubt he IS) and gaining so much Mormon vote does not 'jibe' with his political beliefs, if he has read Mormon scriptures at all--

which shows a different sort of hypocrisy--

one that it is important to note.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

I think we need to ask the

I think we need to ask the expert...


http://youtu.be/TWHOIowtzXA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWHOIowtzXA

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

Seriously?

Seriously?

“Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it’s realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy.”
― Ron Paul

you bumped it--

LOL!

Romney doesn't tout his religion as much as santorum does, though his would-be followers more than likely do (pro or con; those who like his politics, but not his religion and those of his religious faith who don't appreciate his politics)--

some of *us* are tired of the double standard--

'religious' (whatever it means) man running for president--

how well DOES the candidate live his religion, and does he seek to impose HIS religion or any religiously extreme (in this case all three of Paul's co-candidates do in their zeal against Islam) position--

?

Romney heaps criticism on his own head by not being a very 'good' Mormon, in the strictest sense of the word.

True, he doesn't 'cuss', and he doesn't drink or smoke, and he's probably never cheated on his wife--

but like all Christianity, Mormonism is more than those externals--

the OP brings that point up and is using a phrase in his source--

for those of *us* who follow the personally convinced Christian Ron Paul who doesn't push his Christianity on anyone--

anyone who is anti-liberty is, truly, a 'servant of satan'--

only dark powers want to take liberty away from others and fight perpetual wars--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Far far worse; he's a servant

Far far worse; he's a servant of Wall Street.

hmmmm I just feel uncomfy about all this

Holding him to his religious texts may be amusing in our own living rooms, but I think its the wrong angle to take in the public forum. We need to respect the separation of church & state. We can't have it both ways. If you believe religion shouldnt play a part in politics, then religion shouldnt be wielded as a weapon to injure our opponents. There are plenty of perfectly valid ways of attacking Romney on his Constitution-hacking philosophies without bringing his religious beliefs into the mix. Just seems a bit muddy. Couldn't imagine Ron Paul throwin' that one at him- or approving it in his name.

you are probably correct . . .

however, Romney is 'banking' (unfortunate word for someone who gets $$$$$$ from big banks--LOL!) on his "Mormonness" to draw at least one state--

he does 'use' his religion and claims to believe those particular things--

it is not about separation of church and state to judge a candidate's character by how his political beliefs do or do not reflect his specific religious beliefs.

The fact that his religion 'honors' the constitution is a big problem for Romney.

A man who cannot even TRY to honor his religious beliefs by his political actions IF THOSE BELIEFS HONOR THE CONSTITUTION IN WRIT, at least, can't be taken seriously as a man who cares deeply about liberty.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Then maybe

the post should be removed..

Is that what we do here?

seriously

Seriously?

On one hand, ArmorOfChrist777 post things attacking Romney's religion. Such as the following post found in this thread:

"All Mormon rituals are Masonic rituals practically verbatim. The Mormon Magical Underwear has Masonic symbols on it. The temple in Salt Lake has ther all-seeing eye and upside-down pentagrams on it.

That's about enough to convince me of their real agenda.

Moromonism started up right around the time of the Anti-Masonic movement in the 1820's.

http://www.dailypaul.com/62031/the-anti-masonic-party

They appear to be wholesome, clean-cut Christians, but that's pretty much just a false image.

The average Mormon may not be aware of all this, they're just going along, being deceived and provide a nice exterior, just like the Masonic "outer club"...just like most Catholics aren't aware of the Satanism going on at the higher levels in the RCC, or the average Muslim, Chrisitan or Jew who is unaware of the Masonic ties of many of their leaders."

On the other hand, ArmorOfChrist777 suggest that my post should be removed for using Romney's supposed religious beliefs against him. I believe the Bible has a name for people like that.

Nothing inconsistent or hypocritical about it since

It seems that's what you're suggesting. If you didn't post about it in the first place, others wouldn't be commenting - and adding things you might be uncomfortable with.

It's kind of like asking people "do you like my new haircut", and then getting upset when they say NO.

Knowingly or Unknowingly

yes

Interesting...

It's a good point... I'll give you that. Considering Romney's faith, it would be interesting to see him answer to this.

As a non-religious person myself, I find theological references interesting and worthy of discussion but that's about it. Like a previous poster suggested, Romney's actions alone are enough to indite him as a "servant of evil" in my mind.

Can anyone post additional info to help educate pro-Romney LDS?

I know some pro-Romney Mormons. I'd love some additional information, doctrine quotes, quotes from LDS leaders, etc that would help them see that Romney is a bad choice, Paul is the only choice.

NOTE: They are pro-Romney "by default". I think it has more to do with a tendency to 'trust' people within their religion. I think some good information might change their minds or get them to consider the issue deeper.

PS: If you are LDS, or know someone who is that is pro-Paul, what convinced you/them? What actually works?

These should help

Here's a good website that should help you out:

http://www.ldsliberty.org/

This article in particular is great for educating LDS people about why they should vote for Ron Paul:

http://www.ldsliberty.org/i-am-a-latter-day-saint-for-ron-paul/

You might also check out some of the recommended articles at the following website:

http://www.latterdayconservative.com/

this was posted on DP . . .

a few weeks ago--

I don't have facebook, so I can't get 'into' it--

but others might be able to do so.

http://www.facebook.com/LatterDaySaintsForRonPaul

Mormons for Ron Paul are not alone in this immense challenge. Basically, the same thing would work for Mormons that would work for all Christians, because the present administration/foreign policy is not Christian (or Mormon)--

All of these groups have been 'duped' by the neo-conservatives and false interpretations of the Bible. Sad.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

You tell me

“No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth.
Matthew 6:24

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

He's Taking Money From Goldman Sachs

So I would say yes he probably is a servant of Satan.

Rothbard: "Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."

well said . . .

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it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Well, he's running in opposition to Santorum,

so he must be serving Satan!

I just couldn't resist.

I seriously doubt that Romney's or any of the other non-Paul candidates beliefs, religious or otherwise, are sincere. They're worshipers of political power.

LOL!

And the last two lines are very true.

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

why was this voted down?

Mitt Romney is a Mormon, so he should be familiar with these verses.

The fact that he is not is significant.

There would be an uproar if Santorum were pro-abortion, and Catholics would have a right to mention it, using Catholic sources--

so why not point this out about Romney. I think that is all the OP is doing.

No other person is under obligation to read or believe what the OP is quoting, but Romney is under obligation to do so, and the fact that he is not, as a Mormon, considering those things, says much about his character (or lack thereof)--

that is important--

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Joseph Smith was a Mason

All Mormon rituals are Masonic rituals practically verbatim. The Mormon Magical Underwear has Masonic symbols on it. The temple in Salt Lake has ther all-seeing eye and upside-down pentagrams on it.

That's about enough to convince me of their real agenda.

Moromonism started up right around the time of the Anti-Masonic movement in the 1820's.

http://www.dailypaul.com/62031/the-anti-masonic-party

They appear to be wholesome, clean-cut Christians, but that's pretty much just a false image.

The average Mormon may not be aware of all this, they're just going along, being deceived and provide a nice exterior, just like the Masonic "outer club"...just like most Catholics aren't aware of the Satanism going on at the higher levels in the RCC, or the average Muslim, Chrisitan or Jew who is unaware of the Masonic ties of many of their leaders.

Anti-Mormon? Yawn...

Masons helped form this once great republic. A third of the signers of the Constitution, and almost half of the generals in the Continental Army were masons. This republic may never have come into existence if people like you had their way.

Are there evil people that use Masonry to achieve their goals? Absolutely. Are there evil people in Christianity that do the same thing? You betcha, but I have no doubt that you understand that.

Freemasonry

Freemasonry is deceptive and fraudulent...Its promise is light—its performance is darkness" - President John Quincy Adams

“I do conscientiously and sincerely believe that the Order of Freemasonry, if not the greatest, is one of the greatest moral and political evils under which the Union is now laboring.” - President John Quincy Adams

"The Masonic fraternity tramples upon our rights, defeats the administration of justice and bid defiance of every government which it cannot control." - President Millard Fillmore

"Masonry is a distinct and independent Government within our own Government, and BEYOND THE CONTROL OF THE LAWS OF THE LAND by means of its secrecy and oaths and regulations which its subjects are bound to obey, UNDER PENALTY OF DEATH." - Massachusetts Legislature, upon investigating the secret society in 1834

At least SOME of the FFs were quite different people than how they were portrayed in the history books....

this has nothing to do with the OP--

you're not getting the point.

Romney doesn't uphold what he claims to believe. That is the point of the OP, not your opinion of his religion, but HIS opinion of his religion in disregarding the constitution.

There are other places where you can rant about religions you do not personally accept or approve.

This is a place to discuss politics and candidates and their integrity (or lack thereof).

it's hard to be awake; it's easier to dream--

Neither does the Pope

Or Billy Graham.

If you read the whole post I didn't just single out Mormonism as being being run by a bunch of fakes...nor did I bash the common person of any religion.

ALL of them appear to practice something "exoterically", to feed the masses, then practice something else in secret(esoterically). Mitt, like the others mentioned, are indeed servants of Satan. KNOWING servants of Satan.

If we should only be discussing politics here, then you should take issue with the OP asking the question, not those who follow up with more info either supporting or contradicting what he said...