Revelation Press Publishes Blockbuster Expose: Mitt -- Set Our People Free!

Mon Jan 7, 2008 1:30pm EST

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A Former TV Business Editor/Reporter and Decorated War Hero 'Swift Boats'
Presidential Hopeful Mitt Romney -- With Well-Documented Facts

WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In 2004, John Kerry faced
opposition from an unexpected quarter -- his fellow Swift Boat veterans from
Vietnam.  In 2008, it's Mitt Romney's turn to be "Swift-Boated" -- but this
time, instead of unsubstantiated innuendo, Romney is "Swift Boated" with a
comprehensively-researched, solidly fact-based book -- Mitt, Set Our People
Free!   Like Toto in Oz, this book tears away the curtain and reveals the
truth behind the Mormon Church and its beliefs about the U.S. Presidency --
and what that will mean to "President" Mitt Romney.

This exciting new book -- Mitt, Set Our People Free! -- published by
Revelation Press, reveals just how Mitt Romney's sacred oath to the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, known as the Mormons or the LDS --
including a vow of obedience to the "Living Prophet," the President of the LDS
Church -- will impact his ability to govern as President of the United States.

Jesus said that man cannot serve two masters -- but if Romney is elected
President, he will have to serve two conflicting oaths.  American Presidents
swear an oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United
States.  However, this Presidential Oath is in direct conflict with Romney's
sacred oath to his Mormon Church -- a blood oath which puts Romney's life,
fortune and obedience at the unrestricted service of his Church. This
obedience is defined by the Church's Living Prophet, the President of the
Mormon Church and -- as they believe -- the literal Voice of God on earth.

According to author Mike Moody, "One of the LDS Church's basic tenets is a
prophecy from founder and First Prophet Joseph Smith that in the latter days,
the U.S. Constitution will 'hang by a thread as fine as silk fiber' until a
Mormon leader rides in on his White Horse to save the U.S. and the
Constitution -- then use his control of the United States to set up a
world-wide theocracy, one based on the clearly unorthodox beliefs of the
Church of Latter Day Saints."

Author Mike Moody, himself a 7th Generation Mormon from a family of
Church-founding patriarchs - men who served Joseph Smith and Brigham Young as
they created this remarkable "church" -- uses his both insider knowledge of
the LDS Church and his long-time personal ties to his one-time college
fraternity brother, Mitt Romney, to point out the essential conflict between
Romney's sacred Oath to the Church and the oath he seeks to take as President.

Moody also details -- chapter and verse -- the many compromises and
less-than-candid and frequently inconsistent positions Romney has taken to
bring himself from successful venture capitalist to one of the leading
contenders for the Republican nomination for Presidency.

Mitt -- Set Our People Free! includes a glossary of "insider" terms that
define the Mormon experience, as well as ten full pages of insightful,
fully-sourced end-notes.  Each bold assertion in Moody's book is validated by
credible third-party sources, many of them official -- though essentially
secret -- LDS church documents.  This book, published by Revelation Press and
available through, rips away the veil of secrecy to expose the
Mormon Church and Mitt Romney for what they really are -- and what they really
could become if they take control of the American government.

Mitt -- Set Our People Free! is a controversial book by a controversial
author, written for those who support Romney -- and those who fear him. 
Author Mike Moody, a twice-decorated US Army war hero and ten-year veteran TV
business news editor and reporter, is also a maverick Republican who, four
years ago, was the Nevada Coordinator of Republicans for Kerry.

SOURCE  Revelation Press

Daryl Toor, +1-770-777-9489,, for Revelation Press
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