If Romney is elected as the Republican presidential candidate, it will be the first time in American history that two not-exactly-Christian candidates reach the final stage.
Romney openly belongs to a sect. Even if accepting Obama’s claims regarding his beliefs, then he was a member of a church with Calvinist theology.
These churches were defined as having erred from their beginning in the 16th Century, due to their unacceptable interpretation on the issue of free-will and other topics. I doubt very much if Mr. Obama has the foggiest idea of what I am referring to; he has already proved he is not Christian at all. This is important because non-Christian leaders are more likely to declare war. In this odd scenario, Israel supports Romney.
This is true to the extent that the Hebrew media is already worried about possible actions by President Romney in 2015 (see picture below). If Romney wins, he probably will submit to Jerusalem on the issue of Iran. “Mr. Romney has suggested that he would not make any significant policy decisions about Israel without consulting Mr. Netanyahu.” This was said in “A Friendship Dating to 1976 Resonates in 2012,” an article by Michael Barbaro published on the front page of the New York Times on April 8. His analysis is based on the personal friendship between Netanyahu and Romney. If Romney is elected, he may decide to attack Iran on behalf of Israel. Read more......