You are cordially invited to witness one of the most decidedly profound moments in the history of the United States of America. The President of the United States, George W. Bush, has invited Governor Mitt Romney to give an address on “Faith in America” this Thursday, December 6th 2007. This speech is a welcomed moment in light of the ever increasing evangelical bigot vote to exclude Governor Mitt Romney, a Latter-day Saint, as a viable candidate for the 2008 presidency because of his faith. There is no religious test for the presidency of the United States. Despite this, many evangelical Christians are willing to go to any length to thwart Gov. Romney’s candidacy.
The address titled “Faith in America“ will be given later this week in College Station, Texas. The governor’s decision to deliver it and the themes Governor Romney will discuss:
Governor Romney has made a decision to deliver a speech titled ‘Faith in America”.
The governor has been invited to The George Bush Presidential Library in College Station, Texas to deliver this address on Thursday, December 6.
This speech is an opportunity for Governor Romney to share his views on religious liberty, the grand tradition religious tolerance has played in the progress of our nation and how the governor’s own faith would inform his Presidency if he were elected.
Governor Romney understands that faith is an important issue to many Americans, and he personally feels this moment is the right moment for him to share his views with the nation.
Governor Romney personally made the decision to deliver this speech sometime last week.
While identifying a venue for this address, the campaign consulted with President George H.W. Bush’s office last week about Governor Romney’s decision.
President Bush was gracious enough to extend an invitation to deliver the speech at the presidential library.
The invitation to speak at the presidential library is not an endorsement of Governor Romney’s campaign.
-Kevin Madden, Romney for President campaign spokesman