Don't Fear Romney's Religion 

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Mitt Romney isn’t about to bring to office “what you are so afraid of,” Ms. Summer [“Think Before Voting ‘Vanilla,’ ” Oct. 25, Letters, City Weekly]. Unless you feel that you could run this country any better, I will leave the “secret vote” to each of us. And, since all presidents have a CIA affiliation, who would be better than someone who goes to church every Sunday?

Believe as you want to believe.

I stand proud and am glad to be LDS. Religion—just like being African-American—has nothing to do with how this race will be won.

KATHEY MCMASTER-FOTES
Salt Lake City

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