Not now. I have to be honest with you; it’s not about your faith, even if the church itself in its structure is perfect, the people in it are not. That’s not to say he’s not a good person, don’t get me wrong. But I would not vote for him just because he is Mormon. I want to know what he is going to do for the people. I want to see the compassion. I want to talk about something else besides the money. I know how hard it is to send two kids to college when you ain’t got nothing. I know people may not think of me in that way, but this business gives you ups and downs. I had two kids in college at the same time—don’t tell me you are not thinking about them. Don’t tell me you’re not thinking about the people down here struggling trying to get a meal, just being good parents, keeping a roof over their heads—that one statement alone is enough to lose me. Not that I was there anyway! I am a Barack Obama fan, from head-to-toe, always have been. He’s not perfect; nobody is going to be that way. Until you sit in that office, at that desk, don’t tell me what you’re going to do because you are going to come in and have some of the same problems as he did.
in response to:
You’ve been Mormon since the late ’90s. Mitt Romney is the most famous Mormon in the world right now. Would you like to see him become president?