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Does Obama like to play with Mitt Romney's magic underwear?

 
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04/21/2012 02:17 PM
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Does Obama like to play with Mitt Romney's magic underwear?
I think he does

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Re: Does Obama like to play with Mitt Romney's magic underwear?
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"Let’s talk about Mitt Romney’s underwear.
A caller to the radio mentioned them yesterday. He was a sick-sounding man, with an odd cackle, and he over and over asked, “What about Mitt Romney’s magic underwear?”
He clearly felt he was making some sort of a point.
And he was.
That he was an idiot and a bigot.
But let’s answer his question.
What about Mitt Romney’s magic underwear?
Mitt Romney is a Mormon. That is a Christian religion founded in 1830 in upstate New York. Some Mormons do wear a religious garment under their outer clothes. Presumably, Mitt Romney is one of those Mormons.
What is a religious garment?
Well, it depends on the religion. Several faiths have unique bits of clothing that mostly seem to have the same purpose – to remind believers of who they are and what they have promised to God.
Thus the headwear of the Sikh, and the beads, prayer feathers, medicine pouches and shamanic robes of various Indian tribes.
As well as the yarmulke of some Jewish men and the head coverings of some Jewish women, and the aprons, trailing strings and hats of yet more followers of Judaism.
Or the phylacteries and other garments and devices described in particular detail in the Bible.
In that regard, it’s quite possible that Jesus, following the Old Testament Law of Moses and being an observant jewish, wore religiously prescribed garments..."

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