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In Defense of Mitt Romney; Deseret Apparently Supports Bannon

It should be noted that I submitted the following to the Deseret newspaper in Salt Lake City, which purports to support their native son Mitt Romney, and they have refused to print it, claiming it violates their publication policies!  Considering the vile, contumacious language they printed rregarding Bannon's attack on Mitt, the clear inference from their refusal to print this accurate and comparatively tepid comment in support of Mitt is that they support Bannon, without stating it expressly. Wow, vileness is as vileness does; Deseret now rates lower than "The Globe" in my book!


Far worse than being "merely" a bigot, he [Bannon] is flatly evil. I have rarely seen anyone who can clothe himself in patriotic self-righteousness and yet be so patently mean to all who do not subscribe to his perverse notion of Americanism.

Whether one agrees with Mitt's politics or not, he is a decent, conscientious, unhateful man who thoughtfully considers how his words and actions affect others. For the supporter of a vile draft dodger [Captain Heel-Spurs who can't recall which heel bothered him!] to attack Mitt for serving his religious teaching of peace and forgiveness instead of brandishing an M-16 in 'Nam, is so unspeakably absurd that it would not be worth commenting on, except for the unfair broadside he has uttered at Mitt.

We really have lost our way in this Republic, and it is not clear that there is an easy return route. I trust none of your readers have given any credence to Bannon's coarse attack - no thoughtful person would.

"Let all the poisons that lurk in the mud . . . hatch out." Claudius Caesar. "And let their destination be Bannon's palate." Captain Motion

Michael Kennedy

Admitted to Bar, State of California, 1981 Education: Widener University, Chester, Pennsylvania (B.A., 1970) Southwestern University School of Law, Los Angeles, California (J.D., Scale, 1981) Harvard Law School, Program of Instruction for Lawyers, Cambridge, 1987


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