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Saturday, October 11, 2008

JESUS FOR McCAIN?

Posted By on Sat, Oct 11, 2008 at 6:28 PM

 

 

It’s impossible to know how much sway Pastor Conrad of Davenport, Iowa’s Evangelical Free Church has over Jesus. But it’s a sure bet, racetrack casino fans, we’re about to find out.

 

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Below is the pastor’s invocation at a McCain event in Davenport. He threatens the Son of God’s reputation if Obama wins. Like, you know, people are going to start dissing the Big Guy, stop tithing and bend over for Xenu.

 

That's not a candid capture (above) of a wingnut at a McCain rally. It’s JC. But again it’s impossible to know if He’s angry at Obama, McCain, or Pastor Conrad for threatening His rep.

 

“I would also pray, Lord, that your reputation is involved in all that happens between now and November, because there are millions of people around this world praying to their god — whether it’s Hindu, Buddha, Allah — that his opponent wins, for a variety of reasons. And Lord, I pray that you will guard your own reputation, because they’re going to think that their god is bigger than you, if that happens. So I pray that you will step forward and honor your own name with all that happens between now and election day. In Jesus’ name.”

 

Whatever else, Pastor Conrad’s got humongous cojones.

 

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