Sick… Lib NY Times Reporter Goes to Romney’s Church to Dig Up Dirt on Mitt

Lib New York Times reporter went to Mitt Romney’s church recently to try to dig up some good Mormon dirt on Mitt. Jodi Kantor talked about her recent hit piece on MSNBC this morning.

** Here’s the video.

Real Clear Politics reported:

New York Times correspondent Jodi Kantor appeared on MSNBC this morning to discuss an investigative report she did on Mitt Romney’s Mormon church, his values and what his fellow worshipers say about him.

“What we were really looking at is the biographical influence of faith on Mitt Romney’s life,” Kantor explained.

While Kantor concedes “nobody thinks that as president he would sort of impose Mormon doctrine or rule with, you know, a Bible on his desk in the Oval Office and make decisions that way,” she investigated how he applies his religion to political and personal decisions.

Kantor says she found out that Romney like to pray “quite a lot” and “quite seriously” on both political and business decisions.

“We’re talking about much more subtle matters of world view, of morality, of values,” Kantor told MSNBC anchor Thomas Roberts. “And so some of things that we see he learned from the church is a real emphasis on persistence and resilience, a real emphasis on rules and another interesting thing I learned is that prayer plays a huge role in the way he sort of approaches the world and makes decisions. He prays quite a lot, quite seriously and he has prayed on both political and business decisions.”

Hat Tip Gini

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