Why is religion such an issue in the current political race?
|We’ve covered this issue several times now, but in his column on Friday, Charles Krauthammer raises some interesting points.
By Charles Krauthammer
Friday, December 7, 2007
WASHINGTON — When Mitt Romney’s father ran for the presidency 40 years ago, his Mormonism was not an issue. When Mo Udall was a major challenger for the Democratic nomination in 1976, his religion was so irrelevant that today most people don’t even remember that Udall was a Mormon. Five members of the Senate are Mormon. READ MORE…