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Dinner Table Politics


May 1, 2019

Jim and Abby discuss Nancy French's article in the Washington Post titled "Romney was never Christian enough for some Republicans. Somehow, Trump is." Jim recalls the 2012 presidential campaign, in which Mitt Romney's personal faith went largely undiscussed, and how his cousin Grant Bennett spoke about Mitt's church service at the 2012 convention. How much does a president's personal morality matter? Is it acceptable to vote for a bad man who does what you think are good things?  Also, what's the best definition of a "cult?" (According to Abby, most anthills qualify.)