Disgusting… Obama Supporters Begin Phone Call Campaign Attacking Mitt Romney’s Mormon Faith

Obama supporters are making calls attacking Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith and deceiving Christian voters on Barack Obama’s pro-abortion record.

Barack Obama is the most anti-Catholic pro-abortion president in US history.

Catholic.org reported:

The head of a pro-life committee at a parish I know just received a call from the Obama campaign. The caller asked for her daughter by name, and when she was not there then asked where she could be contacted. Her mother responded by telling the Obama supporter, “not to waste her time as my daughter is supporting the pro-life candidates Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.”

When the caller hesitated and acted surprised, the mother, a staunch pro-life Catholic, said:

“My daughter is a practicing Catholic and would never cast a vote for a pro-abortion, pro-same sex marriage, pro-embryonic stem cell research, pro-euthanasia candidate who supported the HHS mandate that will take away religious freedoms from Catholic hospitals, Catholic charities, and Catholic institutions.”

The Obama supporter then launched into her “canned response” and started reading from her call script: “Well, I am a practicing Catholic, and I strongly support President Obama.” The mother then asked her if she was “familiar with the Pope’s five “non-negotiables.”‘ The Obama supporter had no idea what she was talking about and explained that it was only the Pope’s “opinion” to ban the use of contraception.

The Obama caller then went back to her script, asking these clever questions:

1. How can you support a “Mormon” who does not believe in Jesus Christ?
2. What to you think about the “Nuns on the Bus” who support Obama?

The mother replied, “How can you support a man who supports the killing of innocent pre-born children for all nine months?”

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  • Jack

    No big surprise. We all know what they (dems) are capable of.

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  • Lady Mondegreen

    The fact is that there are many practicing Catholics who go to confession, attend mass and take the sacrements and still vote for pro-choice candidates. It’s not just about abortion but the Church’s position on birth control in general. I am one of them and for all of you who are now going to tell me I am not a Catholic, take it up with God or my confessor. This does not mean I am voting for Obama and anyone who thinks Romney will do anything to outlaw abortion once he’s elected (which he seems dead set on avoiding) had better think twice. His present position is one of convenience.

  • dba_vagabond_trader

    If Christians are not aware of his abortion stance they are not Christians.

  • GotFreedom

    At least America knows (1) that Romney is a man of faith and (2) what faith he practices. . .with BHO, who the heck knows! The fraud-in-chief goes to church when it’s a great photo op but we all know he’s a Muslim at heart!!!

  • Rose

    Someone should ask the DIM CALLERS why they are using a Muslim Stalinist to “N.U.D.G.E.” voters to a Mormon!

  • Sandy

    Keep pushing the hate Obama — nothing Americans love better than a hatefilled campaign in which the Dem promises even less jobs if they vote for him. Obama believes we should be shipping even more jobs to China while making Unemployment suffice for the American worker. Are any of us better off than we were 4 years ago and where will we at the end of 4 more years with O?

    Today we are all honarary Mormons. Give em Hell Willard Mitt Romney.

  • R&D

    A Mormon has been the Senate Majority Leader for how long? And NOW it’s an issue? To quote Monday Night Football…’C’mon man.’

  • Lady Mondegreen

    What is there in Mitt Romney’s record (that is, before he started courting conservatives about a year ago) to suggest that he is anything but pro-choice?

  • get back to work

    “Candidate Mitt Romney has always maintained that he would be true to his faith, a faith that is fraught with controversy. Mormonism was founded on the premise that it alone represents true Christianity and that all other professing Christians are part of a “great apostasy.” The Book of Mormon claims that there are only two churches, the church of the Lamb of God and the church of the devil. You can be sure that Mormons certainly do not hold that their church is the latter. Mormon founder Joseph Smith, a man who claimed he saw God, taught that God was once a man, and that faithful Mormons can become Gods in the next life.

    A popular couplet in Mormonism states, “As man is, God once was, as God is, man may become.” Mormon leaders have insisted that true salvation (“exaltation,” or eternal life), can only be found within Mormonism. Some leaders, such as James Talmage and Spencer W. Kimball, have described the Christian view of salvation by grace through faith as a “pernicious” doctrine “originated by Satan.” Anyone who thinks the Mormon Church is moving towards theological orthodoxy is misinformed.”


  • Finncrisp

    The Moslem loving, Marxist leaning members of the party of eugenics, death by healthcare, and death by abortion are desperate. The “reliable” Catholic voters are no longer looking the other way in the face of Barry’s orchestrated attack on faith and conscience.

    The Jews are also starting to awake to the anti-semite in the White House.

    Democrat registration numbers are down in many states – these guys are in trouble and their ground game is just lying all the time – par for the course.

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  • regularguy

    While many Christians can legitimately argue that Mormons are not Christians, because of fundamental differences in the basic tenets of Christianity, there should be little, if any, argument that whatever Obama believes, he either fails to practice anything resembling Christianity in his public life. As far as the Democratic Party is concerned, they are practicing pure evil, and at least a real perversion of whatever one could try to associate with Christianity on several levels. They can claim all they want about supporting Christian tenets, but the results are still intrinsically evil.

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  • becky

    So when Harry Reid says Romney gives Mormons a bad name shouldn’t that be a good thing taken in the context of the caller?

  • Stella Baskomb

    We all remember Pelosi’s remark that “we have to pass this bill so you can find out what is in it”. Then we found out that she and her Democrat mates never read the bleedin thing.

    Now we find there is another document the Democrats have never read – – the Constitution.

    Article VI. Says right here

    ” . . . but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.”

    The ignorant Democrats continue to pretend they are smarter than the rest of us.

  • http://none tommy mc donnel

    the “nuns on the bus.” they mean all four of them?

  • Catblaster

    Oh please let one of these bottom feeding trogs call me…oh please G-d let it happen….

  • Catblaster

    Interesting tho…I did get an email from an acquaintance about the ‘Mormon cult’. Here is my reply and I think it made her think a bit:
    Here’s the thing: I understand Mormonism has some different beliefs. I don’t agree with those beliefs but if it’s what they do that’s fine with me, as long as they don’t try to push that on me and aren’t harming anyone. I feel the same way about JWs, muslims, etc. There is no evidence in Romney’s past that he has tried to push people toward Mormonism. Mormons don’t espouse and demand their followers either convert, kill, or enslave non-Mormons. It would seem that although they do go out on ‘missions’ which from what I understand the Bible does ask people to witness (personally I prefer to not say anything and try to live a decent life as my ‘witnessing’) it is not done at the point of a sword, gun, or bomb. I can live with that. The streets of Mayberry don’t run with blood if someone insults Joseph Smith or Brigham Young.
    \What I question is this focus on Romney and Mormonism while we have a Marxist in the WH who sat in a black liberation theology church for 20 years which no one questioned then or now and who spent his childhood raised as a muslim. We have someone in the WH who has cuddled with groups under the banner of Islam who have vowed death to Western culture and who have demanded our Constitution, which specifically states people can worship their conscience and speak freely, be replaced by sharia law which most definitely does not have those types of freedoms. Obama has been doing end runs around the Constitution his entire presidency and has been forcing at a steady drip, sharia law on us. Romney, as governor of Massachusetts, never forced or tried to make any tenets of the Mormon faith a part of his tenure. In fact, the family who bought the Romney home in Park City remarked that although Mormonism forbids alcohol, Romney kept a liquor cabinet for guests. That is not something someone who is trying to force their beliefs on others would do. And if they wouldn’t do it in private then it stands to reason they won’t be doing it on a public scale, given the heightened media attention and constant digging through his past for evidence to the contrary. Islam also forbids alcohol. I’m pretty sure if I went in a muslim house and asked for a beer I’d be shown the door.
    I’m a whole lot less worried about Mormonism, which doesn’t seem to be focused on
    anything other than itself, than having a person in the WH who thinks the most beautiful sound in the world is the muslim call to prayer (his words). That scares the hell out of me, knowing and understanding what islam really is as I do. It is a totalitarian theocracy, not ‘just a religion’, which seeks absolute control over every aspect of a person’s life worldwide, regardless of faith or lack thereof. No one can say that about Mormonism.
    All this being said, I’ve never been totally happy with any of the candidates since I started voting. There is no perfect candidate for me. Unless it’s me. But we’ve seen what four years (from 2007 to 2010) of total liberal/progressive control of the economy has given us. That is what should be the focus. And if Obama’s ‘religion’ hasn’t been an issue, then neither is Romney’s.