Wednesday, August 29, 2007

"Mormons Aren't Victims"

Rarely do I link to, or suggest anyone go to, another blog to read a post; especially when I have only read one other post on that blog and do not know the author at all. However I came across a post that I would like ya'all to read.

http://www.stallioncornell.com/2007/08/mormons-arent-victims.html

I must say that the name of the blog disturbs me, however the content of this particular post is similar to what I would say if given the opportunity. Please go, read to the end, and feel free to let me know your thoughts.

There are facts and information that much of the world is unaware of; and I feel he states them well.

That is all. Carry on.

add to sk*rt

5 comments:

Maren said...

Very well written. It's good to see how badly the movie is being reviewed. I like what the blog said that, considering our history, it is amazing there is only one such incident as this. That ought to say something right there.

Lisa M. said...

Freakin LOVED it-

*smile*

s'mee said...

Thanks Maren and Lisa, I have never heard of this guy, but was directed there by another blog. I am glad I saw this post too.

Yolanda said...

It's interesting the timing of it all...with Romney and his bid...

s'mee said...

Yolanda, I believe the timing is something to be considered. The anniversary of the event, the run...yeah coincidence is high.

The Church itself has come out in newspaper and print magazines and the net to confirm the event took place and the part everyone played in it. There are quite a few articles that are frank, blunt and admit guilt within the correct perameters.

I like that the church hasn't run from but directs the public to the facts and is not afraid of the public responce of this one event.

As far as Mitt is concerned I hope all involved will consider each candidate's history, philospohy, records, etc. before voting.

In prior elections there were different political parties. In this one it seems we have distinct individuals who can be classified not as pro or con, conservative or liberal, but rather as "MY_____" race, gender, religion, one specific cause.

I fear this particular Presidential election has the potential for persons to do just that. Ignore the history of people in favor of voting according to our surface pet association with a candidate.