Monday, October 01, 2012

NEWSFLASH: Woman With Hyphenated Name Claims To Be LDS

NEWSFLASH: Paul Mero of the Sutherland Institute reports that a woman with a hyphenated name claims to be LDS. Mero reports:

"In the Deseret News, a woman with a hyphenated name defends LDS Democrats by arguing, 'We believe it is the Democratic Party that best meets our values.' "

What about "sealed for eternity" does this woman with a hyphenated-name not understand? There are no hyphenated names in the Heavenly Kingdom.

In related news, a spokesman for the Utah Democratic is a homo! Paul Mero of the Sutherland Institute Reports:

"All of this cheerleading comes on the heels of a year-long effort by the homosexual, former Mormon chairman of the state Democratic Party to try to win over Mormons into the Democratic fold.

To complete the scandal. Democratic Members of the LDS Church have a caucus, while Republican Mormons who have a super majority in the Utah Legislature don't. What's this with having caucuses outside the super-majority?

I mean, it is not as if Thomas Monson, the president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, sent a letter "(to be read in sacrament meeting)" that beseeches members to actively engage in caucuses.

The letter clearly says "both parties." Surely, the head of the LDS Church was not telling its members to vote as a block for Mitt Romney during the Republican campaign.

The Sutherland Institute is a group that takes money claiming to support free markets, then doesn't.

1 comment:

y-intercept said...

In polygamist groups, the "prophet" often re-assigns wives as adherents fall in and out of favor. Could you imagine the chaos if polygamist groups used hyphenated names? Some of the poor women in the group would end up with names that are several thousand characters long.