Tuesday, November 01, 2005

Janneke House Campaign Hits Religion Button Again

The House campaign has made Councilman Eric Jergensen's religion a key issue in its campaign. House campaign manager Cliff Lyon posted this amazing comment to the campaign website: "outside of the ward house, most are very well aware that Bush betrayed them. But that conversation is too risky directly after sacrament meeting."

10 Comments:

Anonymous Michael said...

Yes, That's true, has been for years. Your point is?

11/01/2005 07:40:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

IT SHOULD BE AND ISSUE. JERGENSEN DOESN'T SEEM TO BE ABLE TO MAKE A DECISION WITHOUT CONSULTING HIS BISHOP OR JIMMY EVANS.

11/01/2005 07:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eric Jergensen is a conservative Republican and has close ties to the LDS church. That's just a fact in what influences him.

11/01/2005 07:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is Jimmy Evans? You mean the County Chair? Give me a break. House is a Mormon! A Mormon! A Mormon! Everyone should run for the hills! She's a Mormon!

11/02/2005 03:00:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How is Cliff's ward-house-observation about "Eric Jergensen' religion?"

Its about Mormon democrats and independents disgusted with Bush and beginning to come out of the closet on their true feelings.

It is only a matter of time before the democratic party in this state is revived by "members", and they can talk about it after sacrament.

Do you really think that just because no one mentions how our christian president killed 100,000 innocent Iraqis for a lie (or "because Saddam did it first"), at church because no one is thinking that?

Please! I have more mormon friends than most mormons. I know what they think, and where they say it, and where they don't. Many good mormons never hear the "un-untterables" from other good mormons.

Its got nothing to do with Eric. He agreed that same-sex domestic partners would be covered under his "broadened" benefits plan which we won't see for a few months.

He's maturing socially, and politically. I applaud him for that. He's no Rocky yet, but there's reason to hope.

11/05/2005 12:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is way late, the election is over. Why do you people keep making Mormonism such an issue? I am an active committed Mormon. I voted Rocky, Clinton (the first time), Carter, Reagan (both times), George H.W. (first time), George W., Matheson (Scott Sr., Jim), Orrin, Bennett, etc. etc.

My point? We don't consult the Bishop, the Stake Pres., or the Prophet; and they don't offer any recommendations. Of course I and other Mormons vote for life, normal families where kids have a father and mother, honesty, hard work and typical Judaeo-Christian morals. The war is another thing.

Do you think Boston doesn't reflect Catholic influences or Atlanta Southern Baptist beliefs? There are Blue Laws (no stores open on Sunday, no beer sold on Sunday) all over New England, Texas, Northern and Southern Europe. Etc.

Give us a break!

11/10/2005 02:17:00 PM  
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