Why Does Mitt Romney Want To Be President?

Why Does Mitt Romney Want To Be President?

Why Does Mitt Romney Want To Be President?"Why does Mitt Romney want to be president?"

Others as rich as Mitt Romney have wanted to be president. Examples include Ross Perot in 1992 and 1996, and Steve Forbes in 1996 and 2000. They wanted to be president to return America to the principles and values they espoused for our country.

To try to become president, Mitt Romney, on the other hand, has changed his claimed values and principles 180 degrees, from very liberal (see Mitt Romney platform) until just a few years ago to conservative today.

To the others, becoming president was the means to return America to the principles and values they cherished. To Mitt Romney, principles and values are the expendable means to becoming president, which leads to the question: why then does Mitt Romney want to be president?

A proximate answer may relate to his father, George Romney, who ran for president in 1968 and lost the GOP nomination to Richard Nixon; Mitt Romney may want to win what his father couldn't.

But the ultimate reason is rooted in the long-held presidential ambitions of Mitt and George Romney's Mormon cult, whose founder Joseph Smith espoused our government being run according to Mormon beliefs and ran for president himself in 1844.

Ever since Joseph Smith was killed during his 1844 campaign and the Mormons were identified as a cult and pushed out to Utah, generations of Mormons have been trying to vindicate their founder and bring his presidential dream to reality.

As a result, there have been a disproportionate number of Mormon congressmen, senators and governors over the years. Even today, while Mormons make up only 2% of our population, 6% of current US senators, including Harry Reid, the majority leader, are Mormons, and two (Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman) of the original eight (25%) major 2012 GOP presidential candidates are Mormons.

Mitt Romney, who is a Presiding High Priest (see Mitt Romney religion) in Mormonism, has been willing to publicly throw his liberal values and principles to the wind, at least for now, because he is tantalizingly close to realizing the long-held dream of Mormonism, which is a Satanic cult (see Mormon Jesus and Satan are brothers).