I don't make any secrete about how I feel toward the mormon church. But... The story is, is that McCain and crew sent this poll around. You ask me, this thing looks pretty sleazy Excerpts from controversial NH primary poll http://www.kgw.com/politics/stories/kgw_011408_news_controversial_poll.21dd0265.html 05:13 PM PST on Monday, January 14, 2008 A survey of New Hamshire voters in November 2007 has prompted controversy over the nature of some of the questions. KGW obtained a copy of the poll script used. Here are excerpts, including some of the most controversial questions posed to voters. Excerpts from Moore Information survey of New Hamshire voters: Here are some statements about Mitt Romney. After hearing each, please tell me if you are more liekly or less liely to vote for Romney for President. IF MORE/LESS LIKELY: Is that much more/less likely or somewhat more/less likely? Q30: Romney is a member of the Mormom Church. The Church did not allow African Americans to be priests before 1978. Q31: According to a 2007 Boston Globe story, Romney has not served in the U.S. Military. Instead, while many people his age went to Vietnam, the Mormon Church got him a deferment so he could be a Mormon missionary in France. After returning from France he got a student deferment so he avoided military service all together. Q32: Romney's five sons have never served in the military. During a recent campaign event, Romney was quoted as saying that working in his presidential campaign is the same as serving in the military. Q35: Romney is a member of the Mormon Church. Mormons believe the Book of Mormon is more correct than the Bible. Q44: Opponents of Mitt Romney say that Romney not only does not have the courage of his convictions, but changes his positions to suit whatever office he is currently running for. In a time when America needs a strong, courageous leader to fight global terror, Romney's lack of real convictions and political opportunism means he is the wrong choice for President and someone we can't trust as Commander in Chief. Q45: Opponents of Mitt Romney say he lacks real American values and a true commitment to America. He got the Mormon Church to use their influence to avoid military service during Vietnam. When asked why none of his five sons were willing to serve in the military like John McCain's sons, Romney said with a straight face that they were serving the country by trying to get him elected President. Anyone who would tell us that working on a political campaign is the equal to service their country in a uniform and risking their lives does not understand what this country is about. Romney is the wrong choice to be Commander in Chief.