Romney says Mormon social restrictions are ‘liberating’

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says his faith’s prohibitions on premarital sex, alcohol consumption, and caffeine use have had a “liberating” effect on his life rather than an inhibiting one.

In a companion interview, his wife reveals his vice: chocolate milk. And when he needs to kickstart his day, he resorts to hot chocolate, she says.

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