Mitt and Mormonism
Mitt Romney has complained that his Mormon religion has received far too much attention from the media, with good reason. A Google search shows that the word "mormon" appears in over twenty percent of the web pages featuring his name. Every single article or news story, it seems, refers to his religion prominently. He had a 60 Minutes interview during which Mike Wallace asked him whether he had had sex before marriage. Has any other candidate ever been asked a question like that?
The Reverend Al Sharpton implied that Mitt Romney didn't really believe in God during a debate with Christopher Hitchens (I couldn't decide who I wanted to win that debate). Although Al Sharpton could be called the Teflon Preacher, it is hard to imagine him getting away with such a slur about Rudy Giuliani of Sam Brownback's Catholicism.
The media has focused on every deviation of Mitt Romney's record form the teachings of the Mormon Church. But it ignored the that Rudy Giuliani, who calls himself a Catholic, completely and inexcusably ignores the Catholic Church's teachings on abortion, homosexuality, divorce, and birth control. Rudy Giuliani is a very unfaithful Catholic, but has been criticized for it very rarely. Romney deserves the same treatment.