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Near the end of Thursday night's debate each of the four candidates got to discuss the role their religious beliefs would play in White House.

Santorum, a Catholic, said, "Faith has everything to do with it." Gingrich, also Catholic, argued, "Anyone who is president is faced with decisions so enormous that they should go to God." Romney, a Mormon, said he would "seek the guidance of providence in making critical decisions." Paul, who said his religious beliefs "affect my character and the way I treat people and how I live," asserted that his actions as president would be based on "the oath of office and promises I've made to people."

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Edward Lee Pitts
Edward Lee Pitts

Lee is WORLD's Washington Bureau chief. As a reporter for the Chattanooga Times Free Press, he was embedded with a National Guard unit in Iraq. He also once worked in the press office of Sen. Lamar Alexander.


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