The Statesman has an article about Rex Rammell and his apparent effort to improve his political position by courting fellow members of the LDS church. The church has been trying to maintain its distance from this effort.
Rammell has focused on a couple of quotes of obscure origin that say, essentially, some day the US Constitution will be in big trouble and elders of the church will have to step in and save it.
I don't know much about that, but it's interesting to me because it depends on "Elders." I get 19 year old kids in white shirts and suits occasionally knocking on my door to talk to me about Mormonism, and every one has a name tag identifying him as "Elder Smith," or whoever. I just find the idea of a 19 year old "Elder" to be a bit amusing.