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One Mighty and Strong: Mormon Prophecy and Mitt Romney

 
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One Mighty and Strong: Mormon Prophecy and Mitt Romney
One Mighty and Strong: Mormon Prophecy and Mitt Romney
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In 1844, Joseph Smith (founder of the Mormon religion) launched his bid for President of the United States. His goal was to overthrow the U.S. Constitution and bring a Mormon theocracy to the Nation. His candidacy was a long shot with opponents Democrat James Polk and Whig Henry Clay receiving the bulk of the attention. But that didn’t stop Smith from fervently petitioning his people to form a giant voting block to help further his mission to be an independent commander in chief of an “army of God”.

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Prior to his death, Smith had written a prophecy declaring that there would one day come a man “mighty and strong” who would bring order to the “house of God”. Many (probably Joseph included) thought this mighty and strong man would be Smith himself. With the loss of their Prophet, Mormons struggled to understand who would fill those mighty shoes.

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It is not shocking that former associates were a bit miffed when old Mitt denied that he’d had any political ambitions in his early life. It is further surprising that Mitt denies his interest in the “mighty and strong” and “white horse” prophecies, as both were reportedly integral points of interest to many members of the Cougar Club. Said Romney, ”I haven’t heard my name associated with it or anything of that nature,” in an interview to the Salt Lake Tribune.

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In fact, his own father faced such allegations during his run for the presidency. So Romney certainly had “heard” his name mentioned in such a manner. Some even say that he was named the “one mighty and strong” during a meeting of the Cougar Club.

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Could Romney be intending to run the United States as a Mormon theocratic state? All Mormons are beholden to their hierarchy. Were a “revelation” about his presidency to come from the current LDS president (or Prophet), or the sacred Quorum of the Twelve Apostles, would he be compelled to carry out their commands even if it went against the will of the people of the U.S.? Even Mormon apologists would say yes. Do you still feel comfortable with a Mormon president?
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