Mitt Romney, a Mormon, looked yesterday to set aside lingering concerns about his religion in a highly publicized speech. Immediately, the speech revived memories of John F. Kennedy's attempt, during the 1960 campaign, to ease concerns about his Catholicism. We've posted both speeches below. The similarities are there. But the differences are more profound. I'll resist the temptation to point them out. You can watch the clips and draw your own conclusions.
John F. Kennedy - 1960
Mitt Romney - 2007