A ubiquitous “trick of the trade” for politicians is to use personal references. They make them seem more tangible and… you know, real.

Well, lately, John McCain has become a cartoon of himself thanks to the company he keeps. First, it was a couple of controversial TV preachers. Then, a vociferous and prosletyzing hottie he believes would make a spiffy Veep.

Now, we have this pastor. Scratch that… this tool who got his 15 minutes invoking the power of God while introducing John McCain. So, what’s the problem? He believes a vote for McCain is a vote for McJesus!

“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,” [Pastor] Conrad said.

“And Lord, I pray that you would 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.”

Anyone remember all those conversations about “church and state”? What about that pesky word… um, oh, ISSUES?! Ladies and gentlemen of the brainwashed church, synagogue, mosque and coven, this is a Presidential election. One in which we typically have to choose the lesser of two evils in favor of running our country up a flagpole and not our economy into the ground. Although the President has authority to elect federal (and Supreme) judges, we also vote in the nitwits that have more power collectively than the guy living at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. – the dunderheads working at Capitol Hill!

If you TRULY want change, do not vote for the incumbent! Do your research and decide who would best be suited to vote for you on the issues that concern you… but please leave omnipotence out of this. God gave us the ability to reason, right? The power to choose, yes? Then consider this – those nimrods collecting a check in their wallets and dust on their desks have a SEVEN PERCENT APPROVAL rating! 7! That’s three times as low as President Bush, yet statistics show more than 85 percent of those tools will be voted back into office. Why?

Because people are just as doltish as the dorks being voted in office. No research, no study, just a memory of whose name is on the most signs outside the polling place.

So, you wanna ask me why Pastor Conrad asked for God to do something again? Yeah, I didn’t think so. Unfortunately.


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