Alabama Agency Prays About Abortion, Gay Marriage

The Alabama Public Service Commission deals with things like electricity rates. So naturally, they opened up a recent meeting by introducing a minister and Promise Keepers member to deliver a prayer about taking God out of schools, abortion and gay marriage.

I can’t imagine why think this is appropriate at all, other than that they always think it’s appropriate to force others to sit through their proselytizing.

10 comments on this post.
  1. Aliasalpha:

    Think it through, if god is forced out of schools, married gay couples will have heaps of abortions which will use a lot of power thus driving electricity rates up!

  2. Chiroptera:

    Well, with our modern busy schedules, you gotta fit the Five Minutes Hate in where ever you can.

  3. grumpyoldfart:

    They don’t really care about the issues. They are just trying to guarantee their place in heaven.

    “Look at me Jesus. See how much I love you…”

  4. matty1:

    If only Jesus had said something about those who “love to pray … to be seen by others” and “think they will be heard because of their many words”.

  5. Gregory in Seattle:

    Because God (specifically, the one that this person worships) should remain fully entrenched in schools, abortion and gay marriage.

  6. ShowMetheData:

    Unconstitutional Pastor in vtdeo says, “Jesus lives in the water”

    PZ’s gonna come down hard on this aquatic ape theory

  7. kantalope:

    If jesus is in the water, adding Fluoride (POISON) would kill jesus. Think about your precious bodily fluids first people!

  8. exdrone:

    The most disappointing quote is the chair saying, “As is customary” prior to introducing the person leading the prayer.
    So now that they had a show of hands for those who believe god answers prayer, is the pastor going to return in a few months after there is no change on school prayer, abortion and same-sex marriage so he can ask, “How’s that prayer answering goin’ for ya?”

  9. Red-Green in Blue:

    Chair of the APSC said:

    Most of the time, the person saying the prayer is from the church or a friend of one of the commissioners…

    Translated into Secular:

    Here’s some cronyism to go with your unconstitutional prayer!

  10. democommie:

    Is there already a T-shirt out there with “Matthew 6:5″ printed on it? If not, what a great fundraiser AND a way to flummox the KKKristianist dickheads who don’t actually READ their Big Book Of Fakeshit.

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