OK. I was just wondering -- I won't argue the point.
Paul Osborne wrote:
> >Now this is an interesting thought. Do you really think this follows?
> (that the
> >prophet's personal vote should, if it were known, be the example for the
> rest of
> >us?) And how do you handle the fact that in any case this *can* only
> apply to a
> >minority of LDS, since most LDS are not US?
> First, I only care about the US and me and the prophet are both US
> citizens. Second, I have to assume that the prophet carefully and
> prayerfully selects his candidate because that is what the First
> Presidency tells us to do and I know that they are not hypocrites but
> practice what they preach. And, since I'm lazy, if I knew who the prophet
> voted for I figure the thinking has been done and would vote the same.
> Sure, you betcha, I'd ride the prophet's inspired coattails.
> he he
> Paul O
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