A Mormon in the White House?: 10 Things Every Conservative Should Know About Mitt Romney (Google eBook)

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Regnery Publishing, Mar 12, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 311 pages
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According to author and radio personality Hewitt, Mitt Romney-billionaire venture capitalist, consummate family man, gifted and media-savvy politician-would be unstoppable in the coming presidential race were it not for one niggling line on his resumé: he's a Mormon. In this unashamedly partisan volume, Hewitt attempts to refute the claim that no Mormon could get elected President (along with any other claim that might be made against Romney) while analyzing the former Massachusetts governor's biography and burnishing his conservative and leadership credentials. Hewitt is an agreeable, if inelegant, writer, wise enough to take detours (such as an edifying primer on Mormon history and thought) that stave off tedium. He spends far more time extolling Romney than excoriating his Republican and Democratic opponents. This is an efficient and effective exercise in political hagiography.
  

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This is an excellent book on Mitt Romney's years of service as governor of Mass., his experience at Bain Capital (the "Bain Way") his family life, his Mormon faith, as well as why it is un-American to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Alan Strong - Goodreads

I finished this before the primary election. The book delved into Romney's values and principles, which were backed by his behaviors and actions. Based on what I read, Romney was a suitable candidate for nomination as a Presidential Candidate. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
This Isnt Mitt Romneys First Presidential Race
21
A Gold Medal Performance
63
A Christmas Card Family
73
Mitt Romney Is ProLife
101
Mitt Romney Defends Traditional Marriage
119
Under the Golden Dome
145
Mitt Romneys Advantages
163
The Attack The Too Perfect
195
Mitt Romneys Got a Mormon Problem
205
Conclusion
249
Interview with John Mark Reynolds
271
Acknowledgments
289
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Page 22 - The Mormons must be treated as enemies, and must be exterminated or driven from the State, if necessary, for the public good.
Page 32 - I just had the greatest brainwashing that anybody can get when you go over to Vietnam. Not only by the generals, but also by the diplomatic corps over there, and they do a very thorough job.

About the author (2007)

Hugh Hewitt is an author, educator, broadcaster, and attorney who graduated from Harvard University and the University of Michigan Law School. Hewitt has served as counsel in the White House and for the state of California. He is a partner in the law firm Hewitt & McGuire and a professor at Chapman University School of Law. He was also appointed to a four-year term on the California Arts Council. Hewitt is a frequent contributor to the Los Angeles Times and the Orange County Register. He appears as a commentator on such TV shows as Nightline, the Today Show, and Larry King Live. He hosted the PBS series Searching for God, modeled after his book by the same name. Hewitt was awarded an Emmy in 1995 for co-hosting the show Life and Time.

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