(CNN) - How key is Jon Huntsman's Mormonism to understanding him and his rise as a politician?
His grandfather was an apostle in the Mormon church, his father is a lay leader in the church, and Huntsman himself was a Mormon missionary to Taiwan, which gave him the language skills that helped land his last job, as President Barack Obama's ambassador to China.
Listen: Is Huntsman Too Mild-mannered for the GOP faithful? The News Networks? CNN's Wolf Blitzer and Bob Costantini discuss:
What is the hangup with other people's religion?
I grew up Catholic but as the years progressed I found myself identifying with various other religions. I think a lot of us do that as we mature and come into contact with the peoples of the world. Yet our core remains.
For a country that was founded on religious freedom we've done an awful lot of persecuting in this area to those that do not form part of our chosen majority.
I know some wonderful agnostics, and some two-faced-evil-hearted-so-called Chrishuns.
Move on people.
Now here's something else I don't understand, why do all of these wealthy people go ABROAD to adopt?
Is the adoption process in the States so archaic that it makes adopting our own children prohibitive?
I'm sorry...there's just no understanding Mormonism. Just look that nonsense up. If you thought the big three were nuts...and then got floored when someone started telling you what Scientologists believe, thinking "omg, what next?"...well, here's "next."
All this country needs is a Mormon in the front office. 10 wives for each man!
Who cares if he has a asain daughter forreal were all humans and plus when you get to heaven you can date two girls or twenty because everything in heaven in socialism