Debbie Wasserman-Schultz: No, we won't attack Romney's faith

“That is just preposterous,” the Florida Democrat, who chairs the Democratic National Committee, told MSNBC’s Chris Jansing when asked about Hatch’s comments at a campaign stop in Utah.

“That suggestion is utter nonsense. Let’s remember that President Obama has had so many things hurled at him – birth certificate questions, whether he is or is not a Christian,” Wasserman said. “For them to suggest that religion will be injected [into the election] by President Obama and the Democratic Party, I mean, I think they need to take a look inward at the accusations that their party and their supporters have hurled before they take that step.”