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Submitted by Anne Julienne (Australia), Nov 5, 2012 at 18:23

There is a chance that Romney will win with a landslide. Such things happen when weighty things are on a knife edge. If he does get in like that, it will be a miracle of sorts, a historic moment comparable to the election of the first black president. I'd say that Mormons are generally viewed (by the WASP stereotype) as much more weird than blacks. I'm an ex-RC female of French origin and I certainly see Mormons as way more weird than any black person. So, if Romney can pull off this miracle, why not another?

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