In Mitt Romney's rambling, scary speech announcing he's dropping out of the Republican presidential campaign, the flip-flopper uttered this curious line:
Americans love God, and those who don’t have faith, typically believe in something greater than themselves—a “Purpose Driven Life.”
Wait a minute, Mitt: your deliberate use of the term "Purpose Driven Life" is a specific reference to Saddleback Church's money cow, the multi-million-selling book of head pastor Rick Warren. Last I checked, Rick Warren was Christian, and "those who don't have faith" aren't Christian--hell, they're not even Mormon. Thank God this man won't be your next president, Orange County--thank God and Moroni.
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