Anti-Mormon Advertiser Running Romney Ads on Google

Does Mitt Romney want to be our nation’s high priest? Ex-Mormon Ed Decker and author of “My Kingdom Come, The Mormon Quest for Godhood,” thinks so. And he’s pushing his book and beliefs using AdWords ads that show up in Google results for searches on Mormon presidential hopeful, “Mitt Romney.”

Decker is founder of Saints Alive, a “Christian nonprofit corporation founded upon the call of God to witness Jesus to those lost in Mormonism and other cults,” according to the group’s Web site.


From the book’s promo site: The very ethos of the Mormon faith is built around the anticipated return of Jesus to Independence, Missouri, for his thousand-year millennial reign. It is here that he will assign godhood to the worthy.

However, it cannot take place until the U.S. Constitution falters and is saved by the LDS church. The nation will become a Mormon theocracy. Mitt Romney has raised Mormon speculation that this may be the time and that he may be the one to lead the way as both U.S. President and LDS high priest.

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