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Oct 29 2012

Who’ll be the first?

Hurricane Sandy is bearing down on the East Coast of the US. Apart from Virginia (which is a toss-up), all the other states in its path vote reliably Democratic.

If Sandy does wreak a large amount of damage, I wonder who will be the first crazy preacher to suggest that this is god’s punishment for the liberal leanings of the people in that region, their support for same-sex marriage, and their pro-choice views.

UPDATE: It looks like we may already have a winner!

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  1. 1
    Doug Little

    Pat Robinson would have to be the favorite.

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    kraut

    I second that emotion…

  4. 4
    Crommunist

    We have a “winner”

  5. 5
    Anon123

    You think god would have at least have sent a category 5, you know, for all these unforgivable transgressions. Guess hes just not feelin it today.

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    Anon123

    Wait according to some of these guys Mittens is pro gay? since when? Jeeze you blink and the guy flips his stance.

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    wholething

    The Friendly Atheist has What’s Causing Hurricane Sandy? Let’s Ask Some Christians Who Know Nothing About Science… which has the same preacher as Crommunist’s link talking about the first Bush president dividing Israel 21 years ago, which is 3 x 7 which are God’s lucky numbers. There’s also a Margie Phelps rant.

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    composer99

    It’s not exactly on topic, but this link has someone postulating that somehow Hurricane Sandy is a deliberate effort to influence the election in Obama’s favour.

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    Skip White

    Which makes no sense whatsoever (not that Infowars does), since the states that have been most affected – NY, NJ, CT, PA, MD, and WV – all tend to be blue states who would likely go for Obama in the election.

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