Back in 2010, I wrote about how Mormons, Catholics, and evangelical Protestants had united - despite each teaching that the others are not true Christians - to work toward a common political goal: banning same-sex marriage.
With the pick of Catholic Paul Ryan, Mormon Mitt Romney has declared that there is a larger goal: taking over the political power structure of the country.
State Republicans and Ron Paul supporters seem to be getting more, not less, worked up about Saturday's "presidential preference" poll results, in which Mitt Romney was declared Maine's caucus winner by a small margin.
Following Saturday's announcement, the Paul campaign cried foul, claiming that support in Washington County - which had to postpone its caucus on the 11th due to weather - could have put Paul ahead of Romney.
Yes, you heard it here first - Mainers vote the way former Massachusetts governors ask them to. (Most of the people of Maine do really live in Northern Massachusetts anyway, you know...)
So we're very relieved that Mitt Romney, failed Republican presidential candidate, has made endorsements in major election races in Maine