Mitt Romney Glad-Hands with Ally who says there can be No Religious Coexistence
They’re making mutual appearances, slapping each other on the back and shaking hands. In his run for President, Mitt Romney stopped by Port St. Lucie and had Congressman Allen West personally introduce him. The pair are public political allies.
Who does Mitt Romney ally himself with? Someone who thinks that the idea of religious coexistence is deeply offensive:
As I was driving up here today, I saw that bumper sticker that absolutely incenses me. It’s not the Obama bumper sticker. But it’s the bumper sticker that says, ‘CoExist,’ and it has all the little religious symbols on it. And the reason why I get upset, and every time I see one of those bumper stickers, I look at the person inside that is driving. Because that person represents something that would give away our country. Would give away who we are, our rights and freedoms and liberties because they are afraid to stand up and confront that which is the antithesis, anathema of who we are.
Allen West’s declaration of opposition to coexistence between religions is a matter of public record. Mitt Romney stands with, shakes hands with, and allies with Allen West.
Don’t say you weren’t warned.