Friday, March 16, 2007

Top 11 Revelations in Hugh Hewitt's New Book, "A Mormon in the White House?"

11) Mormons can no longer practice polygamy, but are allowed to bring 11 items through the 10 items or less line.

10) First ten songs on Mitt Romney's i-Pod shuffle are by the Osmond Brothers

9) Mormons are good at basketball, so be sure to pick BYU in your NCAA pool

8) Friday nights at the Romney house are kind of dull

7) Mitt was rooting for the dad in "Footloose"

6) In order to become more electable, Mitt considered changing his name to Matt Cougar

5) Mitt likes being photographed with Tom Cruise because it makes his beliefs appear mainstream by comparison

4) The fact that Mitt refused to let Hugh drive his snowmobile demonstrates good judgment

3) You can disprove any charges of being a biased, self-promoter by putting a question mark after your main thesis

2) Hugh Hewitt's next book is to be called "A Syndicated Radio Show Host from Southern California as Presidential Press Secretary?"

1) Free copies of "A Mormon in the White House?" will only be distributed to really lame bloggers who need help finding material


Blogger Steve said...

So did Hugh give you a copy or make you buy one?

1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen on Hugh!

He's a shill for Mitt Romney and a defender of the (Mormon) faith.

Both links are from

Like Mormonism, the blog isn't what it seems.

(Funny photos too, as you'll see from the two first links.)

9:54 PM  
Anonymous john f not kerry said...

Anonymous, oh brave soul, thank you for defending America and the world against Mormomism. I will sleep much better tonight knowing you are out there!

A couple of items for you to ponder:

Bill Clinton was(is) a Southern Baptist - hell of a lot of good that did us!

The Bush family, I think, are Presbyterians. Don't they have some doctrinal problems?

As much as I think Mormonism is a cult, which I do, we would still be far better off with Romney in the White House than anyone named Clinton. GW Bush is born again, yet he hasn't preached any sermons. Romney, as president, would lead politically, not religiously, and if God is able to handle Clinton, He can handle Romney.

And please remember that this site is meant for humor. Reread the top 11 lists if you are confused.

11:49 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Let me clarify that I was commenting on Hugh's endless and shameless pushing of his books on the public.

I have no dog in any fight as far as if Mitt Romney runs or not.

1:23 PM  

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