This is why the Mormons give me the creeps. They are sneaky like this.
Newly uncovered stock contributions made during Romney's Bain days suggest there is another dimension to Romney's support for the church -- one that could involve millions more than has been previously disclosed.
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As part of just one Bain transaction in 2008, involving its investment in Burger King Holdings, filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission reveal that an unnamed Bain partner donated 65,326 shares of Burger King stock to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, holdings then worth nearly $1.9 million. And there were numerous others, giving the church a stake in other Bain properties, such as Domino's Pizza, the electronics manufacturer DDi, the phosphates company Innophos Holdings, and Marquee Holdings, the parent to AMC Theaters.
So, not only do they skirt around paying federal taxes, because the Church is 503C, or non profit, like the Freemasons, and they don't pay any taxes.
Also, it gives the LDS church a say on the board of directors. This is how the Mormons are infiltrating all parts of politics and large corporations with their cult members.