TUCKER CARLSON: Evan McMullin is a fraud — Utah voters should know what they’re voting for.
WITH AN INFAMOUS PREDICTION, THE SENATE SITS IN A DEADLOCK FOR THE FIFTY-EIGHTH TIME — THE UTAH SENATE NOMINATION FIGHT IS STILL STAGNANT, WITH NO INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF VOTERS.
MRS. FRANK: I don’t even know.
ELIZABETH BROWNING: My first husband was a conservative, and he thought that President Clinton would be a fine president. And then, for the first time, we actually started to talk about it. And — he was sort of an atheist, I guess. And we realized that we actually kind of had a common language. But the fact is that President Obama was very clearly the one that we loved more and more as he went on. But I can’t imagine voting for Mitt Romney.
PASTOR JOHN: It’s not that I don’t believe in evolution — this is a real debate. But you know how I feel.
MRS. BRODY: Pastor John, have you ever been around Mormons? Have you ever talked to them?
PASTOR JOHN: No. Not really. I don’t have a whole lot of contact. My wife and I have been Mormon missionaries for a couple of years. But I’ve never had a conversation. I’ve never had a conversation with them, you know? I just — you know how I feel about people that have never spoken to me.
And you — you can’t judge someone’s politics based on the fact that they haven’t spoken to you.
ELIZABETH BROWNING: We have nothing in common.
PASTOR JOHN: I’ve been around you for eight years.
ELIZABETH BROWNING: You have nothing in common.