If Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney runs for President in 2008, he won’t be talking about his faith.
Romney says he would be willing to talk about his Mormon religion in broad terms should he run for president but would shy away from debating specific beliefs.
“I think initially some people would say, ‘Gosh, I don’t know much about your faith. Tell me about it.’ And I’d probably outline the fundamentals: I’m a religious person, I believe that Jesus Christ is my savior,” Romney said during an appearance on PBS’s “The Charlie Rose Show.” “But then as you get into the details of doctrines, I’d probably say, ‘Look, time out.'”
So, for the record, we won’t be hearing from Mitt about…
— Gold Plates
— The Garden of Eden, aka Jackson County Missouri
— 6 foot moon men that look like Quakers
I’m glad we’re clear on that.