The biography of Ann Romney is very interesting. The love story between her and Mitt is beautiful too.
But there is a quote on there, "She appreciated them treating her as an equal." Scratch that I am reading too much into that.
But what is very interesting is that her father couldn't stand organized religion. She seems to have become a Mormon to gain a commonality with Mitt.
I would like to know what her father said about religion and if she respected him for his beliefs.
But her opinion would likely be that religion served as a social group that allowed her to marry a man that she new since elementary school?
I have commented on the Mormon religion before, no need to rewrite it.
I wonder if she feels that tobacco smoke in any way contributed to her breast cancer.
What is that song, "When a man loves a woman" about? More-money? No.
Thomas Paul Murphy
Copyright 2012 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 08 16 2012 at: www.themilwaukeeandwisconsinnews.blogspot.com