Throughout the entire Republican primary process there has been one aspect of former Governor Mitt Romney’s life that has kept a majority of conservative voters away from choosing him on election day. That one aspect is the fact that Mitt Romney is a devout Mormon.
Seeing that this part of his life has become a major blow to his campaign, and knowing his flip-flopping history as a candidate, his decision to convert to Christianity to boost his poll numbers should really come as no surprise to anyone.
I see the way all the Christian conservative voters look at me. It’s as though I have horns on the top of my head. I can’t let my faith become a deterrent at the polls any longer. I have spoken with my wife, and we have decided that the decision to become Christian is one of crucial importance to our lives and to our campaign. Furthermore, I will become a Southern Baptist Evangelical to make certain I lock up all the votes I need to capture the remaining delegates needed to become the Republican nominee for President of the United States. I feel the American people will embrace my decision, and it will be a breath of fresh air to this campaign. I look forward to meeting all my fellow Christians on the campaign trail in the coming months.