Sistas in Zion Radio! – Gay & Mormon + Ann Romney

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The “It Get’s Better at BYU” video from the LGBT students and members of the LDS faith at Brigham Young University.

Special Guest: Brandon Román
He’s a BYU graduate, former LDS missionary, current law student, 2028 potential presidential candidate and openly gay. Learn more about Brandon here.

Recent comments by Hilary Rosen regarding Ann Romney’s “work history,” sparking the debate of what does a stay-at-home mother bring to the table as a potential First Lady.

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  • http://grannysuesnews.blogspot.com/ Sue

    You guys are too funny, and I cracked up at the wonderful “counsel” you gave to that San Diego State student. I’m sure your FB invite to the wedding will be along any day now.

    ;)

  • http://grannysuesnews.blogspot.com/ Sue

    I was bothered by the woman who devalued Ann Romney on the basis of “not having done enough.” That is crazy. Her online bio says this: “She has been involved in a number of children’s charities, including being director of the inner city-oriented Best Friends. She worked extensively with the Ten Point Coalition in Boston and with other groups that promoted better safety and opportunities for urban youth. She was given the 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award from Salt Lake City-based Operation Kids. She has also served as a board member for the United Way of America and helped found United Way Faith and Action.” But putting whatever Ms. Romney has done outside the home aside, her (or anyone else’s) “worthiness” to be first lady has to do with her personal gifts and attributes, whatever those may be. Working outside the home is not a measure of competency. JMHO of course.

  • http://grannysuesnews.blogspot.com/ Sue

    Sorry for three comments, but I keep on listening to your broadcast and end up wanted to reply to each caller. Anyway, all I wanted to say this time is that Ms. Romney has said her platform would be at-risk youth.

    =)

  • http://lgwilliams.blogspot.com/ LeAnn Williams

    A wonderful post as usual! Blessings to you both and keep on sharing.