Romney is certainly right that those anti-Mormon phone calls are unAmerican, but where was he in the 1970s when the Mormon Church did not admit black people into their ranks? The answer is he was out proselytizing (white people, of course) and left it to other Mormons to fight the racist doctrine. His indignance about these phone calls exposes not only his hypocrisy, but his selfishness as well. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2007/11/16/romney-camp-anti-mormon-calls-repulsive/ WASHINGTON (CNN) â€” Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney called reports of anti-Mormon phone calls made to voters in New Hampshire "un-American" Friday, shortly after his campaign said it has formally asked the state's attorney general to investigate the matter. "I've seen over the last few weeks more and more reports of e-mails, of literature being passed out, and now push polls which attack me on the basis of religion and I think that's very, very disappointing and un-American," Romney said while campaigning in Nevada. According to the Associated Press, potential voters in both New Hampshire and Iowa have received anonymous phone calls designed to spread a negative image of the former Massachusetts governor. Specifically, the calls raise questions about his Mormon faith, and the deferments he received from the Vietnam War because he was doing missionary work in France.