That's wrong. The 10% figure is from the old testament where it's instructed jews tithe 10% to their synagogue. The New Testament does not instruct Christians to tithe 10%, it talks about the importance of giving and says you should give as you are able. That is a far cry from "You must pay the Church of Mormon or go to hell."
If you'd like to know anything else about your religion there are plenty of atheists here to tell you.
So your thinking is that the Jews are the only ones that are supposed to tithe? You and the rest of the atheists please weigh in. I like hearing more insights into scripture from those who do not believe.
It is true that the New Testament does no longer quote "tithe" which means "a tenth" but most biblical scholars think there is actually a greater calling on the church now than in thte Old Testament. Most scholars will tell you that a tenth is a minimum and that the greater your gains, the greater your offering should be.
I am just amused that you are a letter of the law type guy when it comes to scripture, proclaiming, "that's wrong" when the subject is much more complex than just right or wrong.
Mitt Romney gives to his church, minimum of 10%, more sometimes to other charities. I have no issue, he has the money, he should give.
I really do not know what Obama gave to his church, (whichever church he belongs to), but it would be interesting to have a critique of his giving. Can you get the details for us? While you are at it, I would like ot see Bidens, and everyone now wants to see Harry Reids.