Mitt Romney is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ and the Latter Day Saints. (The LDS). The LDS has a sophisticated form of government that includes a President, a senate of sorts and a constitution fashioned after the United States Constitution.
Within this Church government is a Council of Fifty, to which Mitt Romney belongs. This Council is viewed, within the church, as the seed of a new political order that would rule under Christ following prophesied cataclysmic events of the last days and the future theocratic kingdom of God. The LDS believes that existing governments will collapse before the return of Christ.
A theocratic government is a government ruled by the Church officials.
Mitt Romney is bound by a Masonry oath to serve the Church first, and if and when he becomes President to serve country second in the sense that the Church will govern him not the country.
The LDS and its high-ranking members hold positions of power in the political, judicial and corporate world and they are worth billions. They have vowed to create a world that follows Mormon Laws and Mormon doctrine.
This will include educational curriculum, corporate financial spending, civil liberties and laws that will follow church laws on marriage, birth control and abortion, medical care, women’s rights in society and within the home and business, baptism of everybody, gay rights, and even dress code.
If Mitt Romney wins this election we will be catapulted back to the dark ages when the Church reigned absolute and supreme.