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I just wanted to say that I very much appreciate your web site. I have just spent the last hour or two reading the blog entries and am very happy with what you are doing, and it also has given me a clearer picture of why I also support Mitt for president. I think your attitude is great and it is a comfort to me that there are still many people who have the wisdom to espouse a “Christ-like” attitude toward those of different faiths, and are willing to support them when their political and social goals are in line with theirs, even if they disagree with them in some religious doctrinal views.
Your site will join my short list of favorite sites, replacing the “worldnetdaily” site. I used to frequent that site, and I still respect many of their article authors and agree with some of what they do, but unfortunately I think they too often get caught up in sensationalism and its associated “un-Christ-like” and judgmental attitude. The “last straw” for me was their unrelenting criticism of Romney, which I believe is mostly based on their opposition to Mormonism, rather than on his potential to be a great candidate who would espouse many of the views they espouse. Perhaps folks like you and others who are like-minded can help persuade people like them, who I think really do mean well, and are good at heart, to change their minds on this and other issues, and then maybe I will frequent their web site once again.
I will also spread the word about your site and others which contain very useful, accurate, and balanced information about Mitt.


About Charles Mitchell

EFM's resident Yankee, Charles Mitchell, works in the non-profit arena in his native Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Charissa, live near the state capital of Harrisburg with their daughter, Adeline, and are members of a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.

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