A Romney Surrogate Who Actually Delivers

From Tagg Romney’s Twitter feed (tip o’ the pixel to Politico Playbook):

 

 

 

A surrogate? Is that kosher (or whatever they call it) for Mormons?

Via Politico:

Tagg Romney, Mitt and Ann Romney’s oldest son, announced the birth of twin boys Friday — born through a surrogate.

It’s not a rare practice for much of the country, but it could raise some eyebrows with parts of the anti-abortion movement — and some in the Mormon church.

Not surprising, Grandpa used a surrogate to comment on the blessed event:

 

 

 

 

Whatever. We’ll just say . . . mazel tov!

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5 Responses to A Romney Surrogate Who Actually Delivers

  1. Laurence Glavin says:

    These are people who don’t drink coffee, but a surrogate delivery is perfectly fine? I don’t subscribe to HBO, so Saturday is my day to watch Bill Maher clips on mediaite.com, and on last night’s episode he skewered the LDS to a fare-the-well EVEN BEFORE THIS HAPPENED. And I don’t think Lawrence O’Donnell should have apologized for the truth he told about that charlatan Joseph Smith. Oh, and another thing: besides a Gail Collins column that mentions Seamus the Dog again, the NY Times today (Saturday) has a story about the wretched excesses of the Trinity Broadcasting Network. When I read stories like this, or a recent CNBC doc about free-range chicanery in an Arizona fundamentalist church, I have no sympathy for the suckers who were taken in. They should have known better.

  2. Al says:

    When you belong to a family with a faith that demandsr big families, you have to do something to get results. I guess that Mrs Tagg couldn’t carry a pregnancy to term herself, so this was the alternative. Adoption was out.

  3. They don’t drink coffee?

  4. And yes, “A Romney Surrogate Who Actually Delivers” is very, very funny.

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