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Sunday, August 28, 2011

Hurricane: Divine message, Glenn Beck says

Posted By on Sun, Aug 28, 2011 at 7:55 AM

BLESSED: Glenn Beck.
  • BLESSED: Glenn Beck.
Somehow I'd missed this:

Not willing to be outdone by Pat Robertson, Glenn Beck recently weighed in on God’s communication by way of natural disasters, telling his listeners that this week’s East Coast earthquake and hurricane are a “blessing” and a message from God to “be prepared.”

Perhaps what's needed here is a cage match between Beck and Mike Huckabee, who famously refused to approve legislation that referred to weather disasters (for purposes of protecting storm victims) as "acts of God."

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