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.
Meanwhile, click here to read Hugh Hewitt's hagiography.