Just the mention of the name Cher to some people and it upsets them. Well, Cher has definitely stirred up a bit of upset for some Mormons. Yesterday Cher  used a nasty term in a  Twitter attack on presidential hopeful Mitt Romney.

According to the BlackBook.com Cher, who is a Democrat, sent out a tweet on Friday, urging President Obama and his aides to get organized or risk losing November's election to Republican Romney, who is a Mormon.

Cher wrote, "I Feel if he (Obama) doesn't get all his DUCKS IN A ROW we'll b forced 2 listen 2Uncaring Richy Rich! The whitest man in MAGIC UNDERWEAR in the WH (White House)."

Her remarks have upset prominent members of the Mormon church, who wear formal garments known as "celestial underwear."  The comment is a reference, of course, to temple garments, a type of underwear worn by Mormons inside their temples to serve as a symbolic reminder of their faith. "Temple garments," "garments," "celestial underwear," or "Mormon underwear" are all phrases used to describe the underclothes, but the phrase "magic underwear" is considered a derogatory.

I'm surprised that Cher would be that mean especially because she has been treated really ugly throughout the years. Sure we can speak our mind and we can give our opinions, but when you are out-right mean, I can't go with that.

Like Granny used to say "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything!"