Stereotyping others, and reacting to what one believes he has learned on the TV, is rampant in our country. Prejudice rules the day. Few care to seek truth or reason. Argument is feared because he with whom we could argue just might teach us something that is not what we want to believe. Tolerance is merely given lip service and, even then, extends only to sexual orientation and deviant or destructive behavior.
Today, most voters refuse to get involved in political issues or with political individuals and their guiding values beyond the most pedestrian level.
Most Americans have no real desire for liberty, sterling moral values, the truth or any standard which would oblige them to expend any personal effort to participate. They are fully content with having a benevolent master who tells them what they want to hear . . . . regardless of the truth.
As long as such prejudices and lack of personal responsibility prevail in America, there is no chance that any Mormon will ever become President.
Mitt Romney might have saved the Olympics, but fear and intolerance won't give him a shot at saving the United States from liberal lunacy.