SALT LAKE CITY - A splinter group of the Mormon religion, which goes by the name of The Benevolent Old-Fashioned Mormons, has expressed dismay, disappointment, and anger at Romney's choice of vice-presidential running mate.
BOFM director, Loxley Ethan McGillenberry, III, told Sinclair Petaluma with The Political Salad Bar Magazine, that his organization, which numbers over 1,300 individuals, is madder than a milk cow that has not been milked in eight days.
He was quick to note that he has received emails, text messages, tweets, and phone calls from 1,298 of the groups members and all are so upset that they can hardly count from 1 to 10 without screaming, yelling, or hollering at the top of their furious lungs.
McGillenberry was asked by Petaluma, which Mormon politician his group would have liked to have seen picked by Mitt Romney.
He thought for a moment and said, "There are lots of good Mormon possibilities such as Brigham Bluff, (Utah) Mayor Axton Baxton Sheftonfix, Provo City Council Member Benteen LaFoy, and Mormon Tabernacle Choir Assistant Director Dartanella Effie Durfee."
SIDENOTE: McGillenberry has disclosed that he has sent Mitt Romney a certified letter asking that he reconsider his selection of Paul Ryan on the second spot of the GOP ticket or else every member of The Benevolent Old-Fashioned Mormons will cast his or her vote for President Obama.