Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Fact of the Day: Marco Mormon

Marco Rubio's family was Catholic but when he was young they switched to the Mormon church. Rubio was baptized in the Church of Latter-Day Saints as well. Though he left Mormonism and now considers himself Catholic. He's also known to attend Southern Baptist churches as well. 


Margaret D said...

Well he doesn't know what side of the fence he's on then.

Kay said...

Gracious! He must have a hard time making up his mind.

Huggybear said...

What an idiot - but he is a flip-flopping Republican.
God help the USA with a Trump win.
The thought makes me want to vomit and if Trump gets in
we, in the Civilised World, will be all vomiting before he in his ego-maniacial World, blows us all up.
Forget about GOD BLESS AMERICA - it is now GOD HELP AMERICA.
Sorry to the Evangelical mob of the Bible voters of the USA, the Billionaire Lover group, those who faint at the word - "Socialist".
Check the payments of workers employed by Donald Trump.
Check the pays of workers in some states - I dare not mention ( the States) for fear of crucifixion and even that with dirty nails!
This circus for the next President is the greatest show that the World has ever witnessed.
B J Hunnicut aka Colin

Huggybear said...
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Huggybear said...

Young Rubio has certainly loaded his religious bases.
However he seems to have forgotten the Jewish vote.
Catholicism mixed with Mormons and then Southern Baptists. I think that is stretching the imagination and church unity to the limit.
Doesn't young Rubio have Muslim adherents to consider, or did he forget???

Christine said...


Martha said...

A little undecided

Pat Hatt said...

A bit of a flip flopper indeed

bj said...

There's nothing wrong with any of his choices....we all have the right to change if we want to...he is a remarkable young man and I like him very much.

stephen Hayes said...

Didn't know about this. Personally, I don't want to know the religion of candidates and believe separation of church and state one of our best ideas, but it does hint at his penchant for not sticking with anything.