Romney on Religion
Romney took an opportunity to do a bit of insulation on his Mormon faith when asked about whether Roman Catholic priests should prohibit pro-abortion rights politicians to receive communion.
"We have a separation of church and state," Romney said. "It's served us well."
Without directly referring to himself, he added: "This country wants a person of faith but we don't choose our leader based on the church they go to."
Former Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-Ark.) refused to take a shot at Romney, simply insisting that his faith explained him. "A person's faith should not qualify or disqualify for public office," said Huckabee.
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