Alternet’s  Nancy L. Cohen:

 “One winter day, far along into her pregnancy with her second child, 21-year-old Peggy Hayes received a phone call from Willard Mitt Romney. He wanted to talk to her, he said. Could he come over?

Hayes, the divorced, unmarried mother of a 3-year-old daughter, was struggling as a nurse’s aide in a working-class suburb of Boston. She had little in common with the successful Bain executive, but the request wasn’t as odd as it might seem. Hayes was a Mormon. Romney was her bishop. Romney walked into her small apartment, made small talk and then commanded her to give her baby up for adoption after it was born. He was her bishop, and as she knew, Mormonism disapproved of single motherhood. Hayes said no.

“Well, this is what the church wants you to do, and if you don’t then you could be excommunicated for failing to follow the leadership of the church,” Romney said, according to Hayes in an interview with Boston Globe journalists Michael Kranish and Scott Helman .

Romney denied he made that threat, although he did not dispute the incident.

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This interpretOr would like to add that broadsheet Boston Globe not given to flights of fancy or sensationalism…a Romney presidency would be a catastrophe for humanity…it would be like Dubbya on steroids…another sheer bloody nightmare…WAKE UP, AMERICA…