It looks like Mitt Romney heard President Obama's religiousness being attacked and figured he should join in the fun. The presidential hopeful criticized Obama's "secular agenda" at a town hall meeting in Shelby, Mich., on Tuesday. Romney, who rarely hits on social issues, took questions on such topics as abortion and religious freedom. He promised that, as president, he would "secure our religious freedom," unlike someone else he knows. "You expect the president of the United States to be sensitive to that freedom and protect it," he said. "And unfortunately, perhaps because of the people the president hangs around with and their agenda, their secular agenda, they have fought against religion."