I go to a Mormon college, having decided to study some more again, and I understand why some truly believe their version of Christianity is the only version, though I don't agree with those assertions. I further agree that faith drives a lot of decisions of a lot of Mormons (but not all), and some may not hold the same weight of separation of church and state that non-Mormons and the unreligious have. To me, separation of church and state keeps us forever strong and we can't compromise on this, ever. So listening to all the commentary and debate right now with the world who no longer trusts us, wouldn't it be more appropriate, with non-Christian allies, to have a Secretary of State guided by our laws and our Constitution, and not the Gospels? At one point in his life, he was dedicated to spreading the Gospel in his world view, but the Secretary of State job is just the opposite by design. There are plenty of important allies who don't believe in Jesus and what if Mitt goes missionary on us? You can't force religion on anybody and his understanding of law versus theocracy is out of step with most Americans, and certainly the world. Thoughts? PS- I think a more open-minded, secular Rudy Giuliani would be a better fit. Rudy presided over the largest and most religiously diverse city in the United States and knew how to listen to many different world views.