Comment: Interesting, but not convinced.

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Interesting, but not convinced.

The PTB would have raised another neo con (think Santorum) who would have appealed to the blinded, warlike Mormons. Collectivism is so mingled with Scripture that even the very elect are confused. And don't forget, the PTB's ace card was election fraud. RP surely did MUCH better in NV but his numbers just barely equaled results from four years ago. Pure fraud, don't you think?

I'm Mormon too. There's just a handful of "awakened" LDS in my ward, and I mean less than five. Despite that the Book of Mormon warns of the kingmen and Gadianton robbers taking over our government and destroying the Liberty of the people in all nations, most Mormons are dumbed down by the MSM like everybody else.

They're in a trance and think because Mitt was a stake president, that he's a good guy, forgetting that Jesus Himself called Judas to be an apostle.

I'm sad to say that I think deception on political matters is widespread in the Church. A "great division" along the same lines of Freemen vs. Kingmen will surely come.

THEN will the Lord make use of the patriots in the Church who are after the order of Ezra Taft Benson. So prepare yourself for that day.

Until then, the wheat and tares grow together in the Church.

"It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a rEVOLution before tomorrow morning." - Henry Ford