By Dick Morris on December 12, 2011

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hat she has said is very hurtful and contentions. Not that my armor isn’t strong but many who labor in the Lord’s vineyard might be offended by her language.

My invitation is for all that would like to know more about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day is to go to one of our many websites. We would love to have you search for yourselves. See what we believe.


You are welcome to come to our services on any Sunday. We have more than 50,000 full time missionaries serving world wide. Most are between the ages of 19 to 21 years old. They serve their mission for around 2 years. They love the Lord so much that they pay their own way. That in itself is a miracle. 🙂

  • safaria_man on December 13, 2011 5:42 pm

    Ms Patriot, I direct this to you even though the clap-trap you espouse of quite off topic. You are ignorant for lack of study (as opposed to thinking ability). If you have a cause against humans becoming like Christ, heirs with Him as we’re directed, why don’t you state your difference with Biblical thought.

    The early church fathers, knowledgeable I believe about Christ’s gospel, had these comments on the divine nature:
    Irenaeus (ca. AD 115-202)
    “We were not made gods at our beginning, but first we were made men, then, in the end, gods.”
    Clement of Alexandria (AD 150-215)
    “yea, I say, the Word of God became a man so that you might learn from a man how to become a god.”
    Origen (ca. AD 185-251)
    “The Father, then, is proclaimed as the one true God; but besides the true God are many who become gods by participating in God.”
    Athanasius (In 347, Bishop of Alexandria and participant in the council of Nicea)
    “God became man so that man might become God”
    Augustine (AD 354-430)
    “If then we have been made sons of God, we have also been made gods.”

    Come back to reality, as it’s more comfortable than where you’re at.
    Or just take a breath, stay where you’re at with half a deck.

  • Watchman on December 13, 2011 5:45 pm

    It is interting that all of our past presidents (including Obama)claimed to be Christian. Most of our Senators and Representatives and judges are Christians. And yet look at the condition of our nation. Being a Christian does not make one a great leader. Maybe it is time to elect the Mormon. Christianity can’t decide on it’s own doctorine, they are divided, so don’t be too quick to judge another on their doctorines. Judge them by their fruits (works). That is what Christ would do.
    Matthew 16:27 For the Son of man shall return in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man according to his works.

  • destructure on December 13, 2011 7:58 pm

    Patriot, MPeroni, JimDirect…

    I dated a Mormon throughout college and attended plenty of services and functions. Mormons are as honest and moral as any group I know. But they are definitely a cult. And they’re prejudiced against outsiders. So this whole thing about people not supporting Romney because he’s a Mormon is pure hypocrisy. That’s the main reason you guys support him.

    Don’t get me wrong. If you want to support or not support Romney because of his religion then that’s perfectly fine with me. Just don’t be a hypocrite about it. And, in case you’re wondering, I’m also a Romney supporter. But I’m agnostic so I have no dog in that fight. As far as I’m concerned, the three of you can believe in whatever pink hearts, yellow moons, orange stars, and green clovers you want. But, honestly, do the rest of us need to hear about it?

  • safaria_man on December 13, 2011 9:24 pm

    Destructure, thanks for getting off to a truthful start. But there isn’t much truth to their prejudice against outsiders. I’ll give you, they are a cliquish bunch, but the level of education and concern for societal make-up is exemplary. Prejudice to outsiders? That would explain the missionary effort espoused, I see.

    Bigotry against the church comes from misunderstandings, but as such is hard to justify. This seems the place for media coverage, a la Axlerod and company, to uncover the Mormonisms nobody has yet heard of. It will get ugly.

  • JimDirect on December 14, 2011 1:19 am

    Mitt Romney sure shows his leadership skills in how he has set up his presidential campaign organization. You’d think others with more experience in running winning campaigns would be way ahead of him in campaign organization.

    I caught Christine O’Donnell endorsing Mitt Romney on Sean Hannity tonight. She said that he helped her during her campaign. As a matter of fact she said Mitt Romney helped campaign for many tea party and conservative candidates during last house and senate elections.

    Romney’s campaign has already collected more than 1,300 endorsements from Republican activists and current and former elected officials from 44 states and Puerto Rico. Gingrich has collected fewer than two dozen endorsements in six states.

    Beeson said the strategy makes Romney competitive regardless of which Republican rival emerges as his strongest competitor. In recent weeks it has become Gingrich. The former House speaker has so far won the endorsement of 14 elected officials in those states, according to a list provided by his campaign this week, while Romney has won the support of nearly 125 current and former GOP officials.

    “Newt has no campaign,” said Charlie Black, a longtime Republican strategist and lobbyist who worked for Sen. John McCain’s presidential campaign four years ago. “No staff, no infrastructure, no fundraising mechanism.”

    Gingrich has hired aides in recent weeks in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina. But Black argues that it’s too late for him to assemble the type of operation needed to win primary after primary.

    “You can’t go all the way through this process without having a mechanism under you,” he said.

    Gingrich’s organizational deficiencies have already begun to cause problems in places like Missouri, where he missed the deadline to appear on the ballot in the state’s Feb. 7 primary.

    I’m sure Gingrich had planned this strategy out all along when he decided to run for president. After he wins the primary he’ll set up his organization to raise funds and beat Obama.

  • thesquareglobe on December 14, 2011 6:05 am

    You knocked it out of the park earlier on FOX on the couch (second segment) and I feel that both the Gingrich & Romney camps are falling because they’re eating these talking points from the mainstream media.

    Gingrich can’t finish less than #2 and Romney can’t finish less than #2 so why are the two (as you pointed out A and B) attacking each other and NOT attacking whom I predict will Iowa, Ron Paul.

    Just finish this already, this is the new media generation (hence the Paul rise) and anyone who suspects that Romney’s greatest asset is Paul is insane.


    Again, both Romney and Gingrich must finish at either number 1 or 2, and we know both CAN if they’re campaign mangers didn’t belong in the graveyards of the 2000’s.

    Nobody and I mean no single body of the establishment attacks Ron Paul and because of this he remains atop the headline on DRUDGE riding a bike, similar to that seen of Obama riding a bike on DRUDGE just three days earlier.

    This is insane and everyone involved remains anarchic in their political strategies.

    Dick, you knocked it out of the park…but I do disagree with you on one single point.

    If Paul wins the nomination Obama won’t win 40 states, just like Reagan he’ll win 49 with the possible sole exception being Utah.

    Just drop the drug bomb already and everyone except Paul “wins” in Iowa!

  • bobinmidmo on December 17, 2011 12:20 pm

    Are we voting for a president or a pope? We need to pay attention to what these guys have done with their lives, but there are times we go way overboard. I don’t care if they’ve puffed on a joint but didn’t inhale. I don’t care of they got stupid and slept around on their wives. I only care about a person who has enough common sense to lead our country down a better road than the one it’s on now. Once the bedroom door us shut, I don’t care. Now why does everyone else? Are any of us that perfect? We all grow some white hairs and learn more about life that hopefully makes us a bit better person over the long haul but none is without sin. Now let’s get down to what these people have voted for and against up till now along with the papers and speaches they published. I want to know how these guys think, but only so far as it involves America on the whole.