This letter to the editor is interesting, written by someone who noticed that Gov. Romney was at church with him one Sunday:
As Bishop Spenser was welcoming the congregation, I happened to glance behind me. I was astonished to see Mitt Romney and an aide quietly walk in and sit down. I had just watched him on Fox News Sunday minutes before.
After the passing of the sacrament, the bishop opened the microphone to the congregation. During this hour-long meeting, about 12 to 15 adults and children spoke.
Romney sat through the rest of the meeting and listened graciously. At the conclusion, he walked to the foyer where many greeted him and wished him well.
I will always remember this Sunday’s meeting for what did and did not happen. What amazed me was that during the meeting no one, including the bishop, mentioned or made reference to our important visitor.
And unlike Mike Huckabee, who was preaching a sermon somewhere in New Hampshire on “Becoming an Army for Christ,” Romney chose not to speak but rather chose to simply listen respectfully to the impromptu speakers.
The writer ends the story with this hopeful turn:
I know the New Hampshire primary is over. I get a feeling though that you’ll have a chance to vote for him once again.