Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters?

Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters? [Paperback]
Book Description
Publication Date: June 10, 2011

The information in this book goes much deeper than the unveiling of Mitt Romney's political record. For the first time in history, we could see a Mormon President at the helm. Do you have any idea what this possible next President believes? Why should his religious beliefs matter to you?

When you get through Part I of this book, these questions will be answered. This is NOT a Kennedy Catholic moment.

Mitt Romney's beliefs and convictions are so uncanny that you will most assuredly question his judgment to be in charge of the highest office in the land.

If Part I does not shake you, Part II will, by exposing the reality of what Romney has "done" in his political career, versus the conservative fa├žade that we are led to believe. Will his rhetoric match his deeds as President? One look at his record herewith will cause great concern.
Editorial Reviews
About the Author
Tricia, as a former Mormon Bishop's daughter and Mormon wife, went through the cultic, violent and bizarre Mormon secret temple ceremonies of which Mitt and Ann Romney continue to attend to this day. As a former Mormon, it took Tricia many years to deprogram herself from the lies, strange ceremonies and strategic misinformation that continues to be fed to all Mormons. Tricia is President of Crisis Management, Incorporated and a media, political and image consultant. She has appeared on numerous national television and radio shows on the subjects of Mormonism, Image Projection, Islam, All Things Political and more.

This nation cannot afford to make another mistake in 2012. By the next Presidential Election, our country will not even resemble what our forefathers fought for in order that we as a nation could prosper and enjoy life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The recent change of power in congress, the hopeful change in the senate and the upcoming presidential election is the only hope we have of turning our country back to the Constitution and to the great nation it once was.

If you read this book, you will know why Mitt Romney is not "the one" to lead us out of the recession, much less, to put our country back together. With what is at stake, it is essential to gain knowledge of Romney's record as a public servant and the shocking beliefs of this man who could become our next president.

If the American people possess the information in this book, it very well may avert a similar fate suffered under the Obama Administration and clear the way for an authentic and trustworthy candidate to take the very office that is crucial to lead us back to the nation that once was, and still could be.

Interview of Tricia Erickson (don’t miss):
This Country Needs to Know!, December 17, 2011

This review is from:

My initial motivation in purchasing this book started during a televised interview of Romney in which the interviewer asked simple questions on where he stood on 3 main issues. I feel strongly that with today's short attention spans there should be no hesitation or hedging on main issues in which most voters base their final decision. When Romney finished his well-rehearsed response in this interview, the interviewer was able to reference recorded instances on all 3 areas in which Romney backed exactly the opposite position while Governor of Massachusetts. "How (and why) could someone who knew that their position on these topics is well documented claim otherwise" I thought.

In this day and age, anything you say, especially as a politician, is documented for eternity and accessible in under 5 seconds - why chance it, someone is going to find it! (unless of course on your way out of the governor's office you write personal checks for $65 each to buy the hard drives from the state office computers taking with you government emails and other records of your administration, including information about the birth of the Romney health care insurance mandate - as happened in Massachusetts in 2006 when Romney left office. Oddly enough, this is considered legal).

My search for answers on all of these nuances brought me to this book. Although initially interested in Romney's political history and track record, I was nervously surprised to get a further education on the Mormon religion and specifically how this could possibly influence decision making due to Mormon doctrine. The book aptly uses the phrase `serve two masters' as this is truly the conundrum should Romney ever stare at the walls in an oval room. Considering myself a conservative (however, tolerant of religious freedom that I believe is one of the many attributes that has made this country great), after finishing this book I am actually more concerned now about Romney's religious `requirements' than I am about his political flip-flopping. If elected, these requirements could conceivably be one of the first major instances in US history in which a presidential decision or judgment can be directly traced to a religious requirement.

For me personally, with both issues added together I can confidently say that the issue of `baggage' may now be applied to more than one pre-labeled Republican candidate. After reading this book, I am solid in my decision that I am not willing to be fully politically correct or take the stance of hoping for the best - I will not be voting for Romney. Facts and track records are most important. This book will enlighten you on these topics.

By the way, for those that are wondering: I am a conservative Republican and although I will usually 'toe the party line', in this case I view our next election as infinitely important and the wrong Republican candidate will almost definitely insure 4 more years of continued elementary school antics. I believe also that the erratic performance of our Congress lately is directly related to this contagious approach. Now that the euphoria of Obama's instant-microwaved and inexperienced promises have worn off and the towering Greek foam campaign columns have been returned to the rental company, we can't afford another presidential misstep. International respect must be regained.

Let's hope that Romney's highly polarizing activities won't act as the spoiler to another Republican candidate.

Deception behind Mormonism and Romney, August 8, 2011

By LHenderson

This review is from: Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters? (Paperback)

Erickson's account of Mormonism and Romney's indoctrination into it, as well as his true political beliefs are eye-opening.

The author's own personal experience inside the Mormon religion allow her to share candidly and honestly what lies behind the facade of this very deceptive religion and shed light on a controversial subject.

Having researched Mormonism myself, I found her book to be very accurate and truthful.

“Can Mitt Romney Serve Two Masters” is a must read for anyone considering voting for Romney for President of the United States, as well as for anyone entangled in the Mormon religion.


Anonymous said...

he need to serve time in jail!

Anonymous said...

Hey, All, this "contest" is not over yet. There have been VERY FEW delegates elected to go to the National Convention in Tampa to vote for the eventual nominee. My Congressman, Dr. Ron Paul, has been gathering the majority of delegates in the states which have had their caucuses and Mittens "win" in Texas yesterday awarded him NO DELEGATES. He has no more delegates today than he had on Monday! I will be attending the state convention next week to award the national delegates. States CANNOT "bind" delegates to any candidate as admitted by the RNC legal counsel recently. The "straw polls" that we call primaries are simply "beauty contests" with the votes manipulated by the electronic voting machines via the various "parties".

To keep Mittens out of the big chair, attend your local precinct conventions after you vote and then your county convention to be selected as a state delegate for Dr. Paul. THAT is how it is done.....the beauty contests mean NOTHING!

Jeremiah "Guapo" P. said...

Ok, I am more of an observer of these posts; I'm not much of a commentator. Many of the posts on NESARA.blogspot are very humorous and I feel very valid and interesting. However, this post has some pure crap in it.

I live in Texas, I am as white as they come, I love my guns, especially my SIG556, my Grandmother is from Mexico and she came LEGALLY and while I speak to her in Spanish in her home I speak English everywhere else. I voted for Ron Paul and my African-American wife also voted for Ron Paul, I preached Ron Paul to all my family and I am sure swayed some of their votes. I am a diehard Ron Paul fan. I believe that Obama's birth cert. is suspect as well as his selective services card. I believe in our off-world brothers and I believe they are assisting us. I follow Tolec, Jaime Maussan, Benjamin Fulford, David Wilcox and Drake. I am clearly not a delusional FOX watching sheep, AND I am a devout Mormon.

Anyone who says that they "went through the cultic, violent and bizarre Mormon secret temple ceremonies" and it took "many years to deprogram [themselves] from the lies, strange ceremonies and strategic misinformation that continues to be fed to all Mormons" cannot be trusted as unbiased. Those comments are clearly disingenuous and misleading. Mormon temple ceremonies are not any stranger than Masonic ceremonies and there have been plenty of past presidents who were Masons. If you want to see what happens there was a "Big Love" episode that showed what goes on.

For the love of all that is good wake up people! Romney should be defeated because it is NOT right for the country not because he is or is not Mormon! We cannot fall for ANY propaganda, from anti-Ron Paul OR anti-Mormon. All I ask it that we dislike Romney for valid reasons.

"When an honest man discovers he is mistaken, he either ceases to be mistaken or ceases to be honest." Anonymous

deacon said...

I was wondering when someone would bring this up. Most LDS are not aware of the odder features of the church. They are warned away from any information contrary to the church and can be threatened with excommunication (includes separation from church, community and family). Try "No Man Knows My History" by Fawn Brodie. And ask about "blood atonement" and the "Adam is god" controversy. Then there's that oath.....

redgems said...

You are exactly right! Coming from another "Mormon", thank you for putting into words what I was thinking after reading this story.

Anonymous said...

Listen to the Tricia Erickson interview by Rick Wiles.

Is she lying? Did she make all that up?