In an open letter to Mitt Romney, Michael D. Moody, a former BYU classmate and Cougar Club brother of the 2008 and 2012 presidential contender, expounds on the hypocrisies of Mormonism and delivers an insider's look at politics and the Church. In biting, humorous style, Moody reveals the challenge in determining where Mormon hyperbole ends and hypocrisy begins. These hypocrisies relate directly to the conniving mind of Joseph Smith and the non-Christian evils, like polygamy, that he incorporated into his cult.
Moody States: "Either you see it or you don't, and since you still don't see it, I can't quietly stand aside and watch you march into the American Presidency with your ankle chained to Joseph Smith. The White House must not be controlled by a man who believes in a phantom ancient culture, believes the fictitious Book of Mormon the most correct book on earth and who reveres Joseph Smith as a Christian prophet. Your political success would advance the Mormon cult kingdom, and that's unacceptable. Not on my watch!"
Millions of Mormon pioneer descendants, including most of Moody's immediate family, are psychologically trapped in a multi-generational compound dating back to the very founding of Mormonism. As a contemporary war rages between those who know the "New Mormon History" and those who live in a programmed state of denial, Moody contends that Mitt should accept the truth and use his respected position in the Church to lead an exodus out of what he calls the Great American Cult.
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