All devout Mormons are to be similarly rewarded with their own planets over which they will serve as gods.
It is therefore interesting to speculate on just exactly what planet that might be. The clues are there if you choose to see them!
Mitt Romney's earthly philosophy most closely matches that of Star Trek's Ferengi.
How do we know this? Because he lives by the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition!
The examples are everywhere.
First, see the rules here: http://www.sjtrek.com/trek/rules/
Then google the web to see what statements he has made that fit to rules. Here are a number of all to obvious examples.
#1. Once you have their money never give it back!
#6 A Man is only worth the sum of his possessions.
"Contending that he is a self-made millionaire who earned his own fortune"
#10 Greed is eternal.
The reward for being a devout Mormon is godhood over your own planet.
#13 Anything worth doing is worth doing for profit!
#16 A deal is a deal - until a better one comes along.
Romney said he wanted to eliminate the government agency, but now he's having second thoughts
#23 There is nothing more important than your health - except for your money!
Romney said: “By the way, number one I get rid of is “Obamacare.” There are a number of things that sound good but, frankly, we just can’t afford them. And that one doesn’t sound good, and it’s not affordable, so I get rid of that one from day one; to the extent humanly possible, we get that out. We take program after program that we don’t absolutely have to have and we get rid of them.”
#34 War is good for business.
#125 You can't make a deal if you're dead!
#144 There is nothing wrong with charity as long as it winds up in your pocket.
Bloomberg News: Romney ‘rented’ Mormon church’s exemption to defer taxes for 15 years
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney used a loophole to “rent” the Mormon church’s tax exemption status and defer paying taxes for 15 years, according to a new report.
#221 Employees are rungs on the ladder of success. Don't hesitate to step on them!
How many more can you find?