Tar Nation

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It’s worse than you think. “The witches, warlocks and those involved in satanism and the occult get up daily at 3 a.m. to release curses against McCain and Palin so B. Hussein Obama is elected.” Getting up at 3 a.m.? That does sound hellacious. “Obama’s grandmother sacrificed a black and a white chicken to the ‘goddess of the river’ so both whites and blacks will vote for Obama. All Islam loves and worships Obama.” Muslims praying to the Goddess? These are witches with a devilish sense of humor! “Dick Morris of Fox News was sent to Kenya to help Odinga run his campaign! I find that unbelievable.” You and me both, Sister. It’s almost as if they’re no longer fair and balanced. A sign of the endtimes, for sure.

The occultists are “weaving lazy 8’s around McCain’s mind to make him look confused and like an idiot”. Bree K. said we need to break these curses off of him that are being sent from Kenya.

I read a portion of “Obama Nation” book and looked at several websites and found most of this information to be true, all except the curses part, of course….

Um, not to be rude, but I think those damnable occultists might be weaving a far wider web of confusion than you realize.

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6 Replies to “Tar Nation”

  1. Well, I suppose we could allow those without boas to substitute a hand-knit scarf.

    If heaven is full of Pentecostalists, I think I’ll take my chances in the other place.

  2. I’ve been saying for a while that Bush was looking more like the Anti-Christ than most of the Religious Wrong’s proposals — he’s already got at least three of the Horsemen, though he still hasn’t managed a proper pestilence (but not for want of trying!).

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