Presidential candidate Mitt Romney will deliver a speech this morning on his Mormon faith and confront many of his critics who believe his faith is a detriment to his presidential aspirations.
Romney's speech will take place at the George H.W. Bush presidential library in Texas. Romney will say that no candidate should be rejected because of his religion and that, "Given our grand tradition of religious tolerance and liberty, some wonder whether there are any questions regarding an aspiring candidate’s religion that are appropriate. “I believe there are. And I will answer them today.’’
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