In his acceptance speech yesterday, Mitt Romney said,
We were Mormons and growing up in Michigan; that might have seemed unusual or out of place but I really don't remember it that way. My friends cared more about what sports teams we followed than what church we went to.
Which is to say, his friends cared more about...
what he really worshipped than what he pretended to worship on Sunday. This is true for most of America, and especially among children, who are often more transparent with their beliefs than their parents. And sadly, this is the case for many Christians in the Republican party today. We don't care so much who you pretend to worship on Sunday, as long as you actually worship the same god as us the rest of the week. But the proof will be in the pudding. Will he actually protect our bank accounts.