Mormon blogger claims: "It’s hard to cite examples of LDS leaders attempting to influence politicians."

To drive home his point, he includes a photo of Mormon leaders meeting with Pres. Obama.

LMAO @ Jews and Mormons, a blog by Mark Paredes.


Rick DeLano said...

Hey Chono.

I was thinking today how fortunate I am to have encountered you back in the Prop 8 campaign, on the Cal Catholic Daily blog.

I truly owe my involvement in this fight to the post you put up on that blog.

This November we are going to win the war.

I thank you.

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