Mommy. Homeschooler. Objectivist. Occasionally Amusing.
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You guys' [*] governor is whacko. But then I remember that Huckabee (who just jumped up in the Iowa polls - scary!) was governor of Arkansas, and Bush (G.W.) was governor of Texas and realize that State government is teeming with religious whackjobs. Or maybe it's just the South?~Q[*] Should be pronounced "guyses" for best humorous effect.
Really? None, eh? I'm so shocked that the Prayer Fest didn't produce a single drop of rain.In the immortal words of Chief Wiggum "Where's your Messiah now, Flanders?"Karen
I disagree -- the prayers did bring rain -- they just missed the spot by a couple thousand miles...rained on Idaho instead. Thanks for praying! We really needed it! ;)
It's raining fine in New York and I am holding all the people who prayed for that responsible.
I'm also blaming globular warming.
Well, I'm glad that so many of you guyseses got rain yesterday. It warms the heart, really.Believe it or not, the rain gods are taking pity upon us and will shower us with their blessings tonight. Unless we anger them again.In case you were wondering, here are some of the words of our governor's prayer:“We acknowledge our wastefulness. We acknowledge that we haven’t done the things we need to do. Father, forgive us and lead us to honor you as you honor us with the showers of blessing.”Nice, huh?
If it does happen to rain tonight, what are the chances that it will be taken as incontrovertible evidence of the power of prayer?Sort of like when the solar maximum wanes and we start seeing cooler global temperature averages in a few years, it will be taken as incontrovertible evidence of the power of environmental regulation?Jesus rents a flat in Kyoto?~Q
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