The Washington Times - September 5, 2007, 08:36AM
Religion reporter Julia Duin reports in today’s editions of The Washington Times:
Observers of presidential hopeful Mitt Romney have been awaiting “the speech” — the one that’s going to settle once and for all his intent that his Mormon beliefs would not interfere with his leading the country.

The situation has been compared with that of John F. Kennedy, the first Catholic president, who on Sept. 12, 1960, wowed the Greater Houston Ministerial Association with an assurance that Rome would not dictate his actions. won’t — Carleton Bryant, assistant managing editor, The Washington Times