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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

The Power of Prayer

D.C. prayer rally to seek lower gas prices

In a release, the Pray Live group said many people are "overlooking the power of prayer when it comes to resolving this energy crisis."

And of course, their real agenda:

"It is our hope that seeing and hearing some of the nation's most powerful preachers gathered around a gas station and the United States capital as a backdrop, will remind everyone who is really in charge of our world -- God"

Bush: Let’s pray there’s no hurricanes

“The lessons of Katrina are important,” Bush said. “We’ve learned a lot here at the federal level. We’re much more ready this time than we were the last time.”

And of course, our first level of response is:

“Let’s, first of all, pray there’s no hurricanes,” Bush said. “That would be, like, step one.”

Some jokes just write themselves.


Blogger Elle said...

It's so ironic. Their statement is that God is the one in charge of the world, but according to their own religion he put mankind in charge of it.

I love when people don't know their own holy books ;o)

Thu May 04, 06:57:00 AM 2006  

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