There has been a slew of articles in The Tribune or on its website (some reprinted national features) about Mormonism and Mitt Romney:
• "Black Mormons face historic presidential choice" (June 1)
• "Romney bid an opportunity, challenge for Mormon church" (June 10)
• "The unexpected evangelical silence on Mitt's Mormonism" (June 12)
• "For Mitt and other Mormons, missions are like a 'refiner's fire'" (June 13)
Now that Romney's the presumptive Republican nominee, and to fill the summer news void, the media's again probing Romney's faith. Frankly, I've had enough.
After the GOP National Convention at summer's end, I don't want to hear any more about Romney and Mormonism. I want to, instead, read in-depth features on Romney's understanding of macroeconomics.
I hope I'm not naÃ¯ve in assuming that this issue will recede. Right now, I prefer another story about Mitt's dog on the car roof that's how tired I am of stories about Romney's Mormonism!