Bil Browning

Romney Wouldn't Be a Christian President?

Filed By Bil Browning | April 12, 2012 10:53 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: American Family Association, Bryan Fischer, gop primary 2012, Mitt Romney, Republican Primary

"The reality is that there are just a number of Evangelicals that just will not vote for Romney because they do not want to put somebody who believes in a different god in the White House, which is perfectly understandable. He's a spiritually compromised candidate; that's the only way to put it. If he goes into the Oval Office, he will be the first polytheist that we've ever had as a president. Mitt Romney would be the first non-Christian president that we've ever had."

-- American Family Association's Bryan Fischer on Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. Mormonism is a sect of Christianity and I'm pretty sure at some point or another Fischer has jumped on the whole "Obama is a Muslim!" bandwagon.

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