Isaac bears down on the RNC: Reverend Robertson? Paging Reverend Pat Robertson…

It seems like every time some place gets waxed by a natural disaster, our friends on the right – you know, the ones God phones daily – pipe up to explain that said disaster is The Lord’s Judgment against [insert locale here] because of [insert abomination in the eyes of The Lord here]. Katrina was god’s wrath over legalized abortion (although why it took God over 30 years to notice Roe vs. Wade is unclear, as is His decision to wax a Southern state, which would surely outlaw abortion in a heartbeat if it could). Or homosexuality. Or not doing enough to prepare for terrorist attacks. There is some confusion on the matter. Still, The Lord works in mysterious ways.

This year’s droughts are God’s Judgment against the US for, best I can tell, sodomites and just wickedness in general. Last year’s little earthquakes? A sure warning sign. And God gets really torqued off when you ask Israel to give some of that land back to the Arabs.

You get the idea.

So my question is this. As would-be Hurricane Isaac draws a bead on the Republican National Convention, what conclusions are we to draw about The Lord’s state of mind vis a vis the Grand Old Party?

Just asking….

Image Credit: WTNH.com, sorta

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6 thoughts on “Isaac bears down on the RNC: Reverend Robertson? Paging Reverend Pat Robertson…”

  1. All the important reptards are safely ensconced in Tampa by Sunday evening …. Isaac (at the behest of Gaia) comes rolling into town with particular power early Monday …. no more reptards :-)!

    **Forget God, the GODDESS is the one you have to worry about — She’s mad as hell at the reptards and She’s not gonna take it any longer! 🙂

    Pwr 2 the witchy wiccan peons! RESPECT GAIA!

  2. Cute, but shortly after your post it made a wide westerly sweep, missed Tampa and the GOP, and now is headed directly to NOLA – within a day of the 7th anniversary of Katrina.

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