Video: Romney speech on religious liberty

by Infidelesto on December 6, 2007 · 2 comments

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Hotair has posted part of the Romney speech from this morning. I haven’t had a chance to see the whole thing yet, but from what I’m hearing, the buzz is that it’s Romney’s first Reagan moment.

thank to AllahPundit for getting it up so fast.

I’ll post more video once it comes available…


here’s the whole speech:

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  • The Guy in the Next Cube

    A moving and eloquent expression of his position, to be sure, and well spoken. I do not agree, however, with his interpretation of our Founding Fathers intent, and have written about that elsewhere. The intended and absolute wall between religion and politics — to that end, I approve of his refusal to “defend” his faith. However, I fear that, by limiting himself to the faiths of the children of Abraham — the Judeo-Christian-Muslim traditions, he excludes a significant minority of the nation who are Buddhist, Shinto, Native American, Pagan, and other “minor” faiths.

    I disagree that “Under God” should remain in the Pledge of Allegiance. It was inserted in 1954 by a well-meaning if misguided Congress intending to differentiate our nation from the “Godless Communists”. The originator of the Pledge would NOT have approved.

    Gov. Romney’s willingness to address the issue earns him some points in my view, but not quite enough to make me vote for him. I still wish we had “none of the above” as a choice.

  • harryparker410

    Thanks for putting the whole speech up, Infidelesto. It’s a great speech–to be remembered as inspirational. Very courageous, knowing how the non-believers in this country will react to it.