Mitt Romney Believes That Recent Criticism Of President Trump Will Get Him Into Heaven
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Former Presidential Candidate and Massachusetts Governor, Mitt Romney, admits in Deseret Times interview that his repeated public breaks with President Trump and his administration will result in his personal salvation based on Mormon teachings. Governor Romney points out the Mormon or Church of Latter Day Saints belief that God will spare those that not only profess faith but also perform good works here on earth. In the extensive interview, Romney says "that we Mormons have to do more than talk about our love for God and Jesus. It is essential that we do good things in the here and now. That includes opposing those that seek to demean and bully others." When asked if this includes President Trump, Romney offered up a variation of the old saying that "if the shoe fits, then you have to wear it." He also did not rule out a run for the Presidency in 2020 and said that Mormon Republicans are more likely to oppose the President because of their experiences with religious bias against Latter Day Saints.
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Iceland will pay you 4,500 euros/month to marry an Icelander Make money by marrying an Icelander! This is the golden job opportunity that Iceland has just set up to boost its demographics. The number of single people is rising, while the number of children is dwindling in this small northern state. The government is desperately looking to match-up its women, to the point of paying men who would be willing to marry them. The sum is designed to allow somebody to live comfortably in this country because, yes, the only condition to receive this salary is to live in Iceland.
New York City Woman Loses Her Temper, Causes Black Hole To Swallow Her Entire Town Anna, 26, of New York City, DC was in the middle of an argument with a colleague when her temper got so out of control, it formed a small black hole, which demolished the vast majority of her neighborhood. "I just couldn't take it anymore, and unleashed my forces at the person who was irritating me. I had no idea the energy of my rage could cause such destruction," says Anna. Despite the ruination her anger has caused, Anna says she has no regrets. "I actually wish I knew I had this ability sooner!" Anna laughs. "There are a lot of people and things I could have eradicated from my life in this way."
Donald Trump: "Anchor babies" aren't American citizens Donald Trump doesn't believe babies born in the United States to undocumented immigrant parents are American citizens. "I don't think they have American citizenship and if you speak to some very, very good lawyers -- and I know some will disagree, but many of them agree with me -- and you're going to find they do not have American citizenship," Trump said Tuesday in an interview with Fox News' Bill O'Reilly. "We have to start a process where we take back our country. Our country is going to hell." Trump claims that those born on U.S. soil to illegal immigrants don't have full citizens' rights. "What happens is they're in Mexico, they're going to have a baby, they move over here for a couple of days, they have the baby," he told O'Reilly. Trump asserted, "Many lawyers are saying that's not the way it is in terms of this," and went on to say, "They are saying it is not going to hold up in court. It will have to be tested but they say it will not hold up in court." The GOP presidential hopeful does not, however, support amending the Constitution to repeal birthright citizenship, saying it would be a "long process." "I think it would take too long," he told Fox News. "I'd much rather find out whether or not anchor babies are citizens because a lot of people don't think they are. We're going to test it out." Trump will begin the process to locate and deport illegal immigrants along with "Anchor Babies" as early as next week. Any immigrant who has illegally overstayed a visa or entered the country illegally, along with any children of illegal immigrants, no matter what age or how long they have resided in the United States, will be deported beginning as early as mid-February.
Two Great White Sharks found swimming in Mississippi River Near Saint Louis, Missouri. While it is not entirely impossible, it is incredibly uncommon for salt water dwelling creatures to stay for lengthy periods of time in fresh water. However, two Great White Sharks have managed to survive the trip and make their way up the Mississippi River somehow. Believed to have started as a mating couple, the two are assumed to have swam the 920 mile journey from the mouth of the Mississippi River that is connected to the Gulf Of Mexico. Officials in Saint Louis have contacted the Missouri Conservation Department and will likely have a team in the river soon to capture the two lost sharks.