Romney's Faith and the Presidency

Acton Director of Programs Michael Miller joins host John Watson on WILM in New Castle, Delaware to discuss Mitt Romney's upcoming speech about religion and politics in America. Romney faces obstacles in his run for the presidency because of his Mormon faith, and has been dropping in the polls against competitor Mike Huckabee, an ordained Baptist minister. The Constitution prohibits any religious test for holding public office, but does it prohibit any expression of religion in the public sphere, or prohibit the use of religious belief in making personal judgments about a candidate's qualification? Miller and Watson discuss these issues in some depth throughout this 14 minute interview.

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