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Mitt Romney

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/* Political Views */
== Personal life ==
[[Image:MittRomneyYouth05.jpg|thumb|200px|Ann Lois Davies and Willard Mitt Romney]]
Romney is the scion of an old Mormon family. His grandparents were polygamists who fled the United States in the early 20th century when the Mormon Church repudiated polygamy; his father was born in Mexico. The Romneys returned to the U.S. in 1911 when a violent civil war broke out in Mexico.
One position that Romney has been consistent on, however, is his support for [[globalist]] policies, having been strongly influenced by [[neoconservatism]] and the [[Council on Foreign Relations]].<ref name="CFRneocon">Mass, Warren (September 25, 2012). [ Romney Foreign Policy Shows Strong CFR, Neo-con Influence]. ''The New American''. Retrieved January 3, 2018.</ref>
During his 2002 campaign to become the 70th governor of Massachusetts, Romney described his views as "moderate" and proclaimed that "my views are progressive".<ref>[ Romney In 2002: 'My Views Are Progressive'], "I think people recognize that I am not a partisan Republican. That I'm someone who is moderate, and that my views are progressive."</ref><ref>[ Mitt Romney in Worcester 2002 "My views are progressive"]</ref> Romney has displayed [[liberal intolerance]], smearing conservative Christians as "religious bigots" for holding theological views based on clear biblical teaching that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation.<ref>Multiple references:*Conradis, Brandon (May 13, 2018). [ Romney denounces pastor slated to speak at US embassy in Jerusalem]. ''The Hill''. Retrieved May 13, 2018.*Starnes, Todd (May 13, 2018). [ Mitt Romney Calls Southern Baptist Pastor Robert Jeffress a “Religious Bigot”]. ''Todd Starnes''. Retrieved May 13, 2018.*Starnes, Todd (May 14, 2018). [ Bitter Mitt Romney Smears Evangelicals by Attacking Jeffress]. ''Todd Starnes''. Retrieved May 14, 2018.</ref>
Currently, Romney claims to be pro-life, but his record is very spotty. At times he has claimed to be pro-infanticide.
"I am [[pro-life]]. I believe that [[abortion]] is the wrong choice except in cases of incest, rape, and to save the life of the mother. I wish the people of America agreed, and that the laws of our nation could reflect that view. But while the nation remains so divided over abortion, I believe that the states, through the democratic process, should determine their own abortion laws and not have them dictated by [[judicial mandate]]." ([[Boston]] Globe, Mitt Romney Editorial, July 26, 2005)
<ref>[ America's Culture and Values]</ref>
===Civil Unions===
Romney claimed to be opposed to the idea of [[gay same-sex "marriage"]], however, he has voiced explicit support for the [[homosexual agenda]]. He has advocated for domestic partnership benefits and equal rights for [[homosexuals]], which is gay marriage in everything but name and an easy stepping stone on the vile gay agenda path towards homosexual recruitment.<ref></ref> He also supports adoption for gay couples.<ref></ref>
===Economic Agenda===
Mitt Romney believes in [[Evolution]] as a part of [[Creationevolution]] and he opposes even [[Intelligent Design]].<ref></ref>
==2008 Presidential Campaign==
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