Tuesday, June 29, 2010


Tribune columnist Paul Rolly recently wrote a column about  Mormon doctrine and how its relationship to political ideology wafted heavily over the Senate Republican primary race with seemingly coded messages to the LDS faithful.
"Mormons believe the U.S. Constitution was divinely inspired, that it eventually will hang by a thread and then be saved by a righteous messenger. So Lee’s message that he is needed in Washington to save the Constitution from the direction the Supreme Court and Congress supposedly have taken it since the 1930s has invited both passionate support and derision."
After reading Paul's article I remembered the car that U.S. Senate Candidate Sam Granato utilized at last year's Glendale Night Out Against Crime parade.

Sorry Connor, but you deserve to know the truth. 

Read the rest of Paul Rolly's column, Mormon lore played big role in Senate race, here.


Tori said...

Connor can be listed as one of the main reasons I am considering a vote for Granato. His self-righteous tone really pushed me away from Lee during the campaigns. That the Lee campaign would hire such a person speaks volumes.

Brian Spittler said...

haha, Well played...