Here's a 1967 Flashback: "Gov. Romney Would Quit Church For Social Justice"
Here's a 1967 Flashback: ‘Gov. Romney Would Quit Church For Social Justice’. Faux News Mormon Glenn Beck warned his listeners to “run as fast as you can” if their church preached “social justice,” claiming it is a “perversion of the Gospel.” In 1967, Michigan Gov. George Romney — father of Mitt — was the most prominent Mormon politician in the land, seeking the Republican nomination for president. Gov. George Romney, back in 1967, considered social justice a core tenet of his faith. That year, Michigan Gov. George Romney said he would leave his church if it ever tried to prevent him from working for the elimination of social injustices and racial discrimination. Of course that was back in the days of rational Republicans.
In Strange News...Birthers Beware! Hawaii may start ignoring your repeated attempts for proof that President Barack Obama was born here. As the state is overwhelmed by e-mails seeking Obama's birth certificate, the state House Judiciary Committee heard a bill Tuesday permitting government officials to ignore people who won't give up.