MN tea party group asks members to pray for George Soros's conversion to Christianity

May 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: City Pages

Will the power of prayer turn George Soros into a God-fearing Christian? Some Minnesota tea partiers sure hope so! Well, this is weird.

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Yes, please do, just sit there and pray, so the rest of us can do all the work to actually fix things in this country while you waste the time talking to your imaginary friend. Win-win.

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What church wouldn't want that 10% tithe from George Soros'$Billions? His 'soul' is just secondary.
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What church wouldn't want that 10% tithe from George Soros'$Billions? His 'soul' is just secondary.
That might motivate some, but we shouldn't under-estimate some religionists in the Tea Party (and elsewhere)- they really are as crazy as they sound.
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<quoted text>That might motivate some, but we shouldn't under-estimate some religionists in the Tea Party (and elsewhere)- they really are as crazy as they sound.
Major funder of the Democratic Party and thorn in the side of the Right Wing. Soros is subjected to right wing attacks but keeps the funds flowing to the good guys.

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Major funder of the Democratic Party and thorn in the side of the Right Wing. Soros is subjected to right wing attacks but keeps the funds flowing to the good guys.
Immoral creationist piece of sh*t troll with no morals or opinions of worth.
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The Christian Broadcasting Network regrets the misunderstanding. Again, and again and again :-)

Pat Robertson, the network's 83-year-old founder, was not condoning adultery when he answered a viewer's quesion on "The 700 Club" this week, the network said.

The viewer said she was having difficulty forgiving her husband for cheating. Robertson said the “secret” was to “stop talking about the cheating. He cheated on you. Well, he’s a man. OK.”

Robertson went on to suggest the woman focus on why she had married her husband and whether he provided for her needs and those of their children, adding,“Is he handsome? Start focusing on these things and essentially fall in love all over again.”

“Males have a tendency to wander a little bit. And what you want to do is make a home so wonderful he doesn’t want to wander.”

CBN spokesman Chris Roslan wrote in a statement that Robertson’s “intent was not to condone infidelity or to cast blame. We regret any misunderstanding."

Robertson off-the-cuff comments over the years have perplexed and angered other Christian leaders. One Christian pastor said his New Year’s resolution was to not comment on Robertson’s gaffes for an entire year.
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<quoted text>That might motivate some, but we shouldn't under-estimate some religionists in the Tea Party (and elsewhere)- they really are as crazy as they sound.
teabaggers are organized politically and untroubled by thought!
Their goal is to prevent health care reaching the poor in the US!
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Yes, please do, just sit there and pray, so the rest of us can do all the work to actually fix things in this country while you waste the time talking to your imaginary friend. Win-win.
Didn't you post that you do not vote?

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The Christian Broadcasting Network regrets the misunderstanding. Again, and again and again :-)
Pat Robertson, the network's 83-year-old founder, was not condoning adultery when he answered a viewer's quesion on "The 700 Club" this week, the network said.
The viewer said she was having difficulty forgiving her husband for cheating. Robertson said the “secret” was to “stop talking about the cheating. He cheated on you. Well, he’s a man. OK.”
Robertson went on to suggest the woman focus on why she had married her husband and whether he provided for her needs and those of their children, adding,“Is he handsome? Start focusing on these things and essentially fall in love all over again.”
“Males have a tendency to wander a little bit. And what you want to do is make a home so wonderful he doesn’t want to wander.”
CBN spokesman Chris Roslan wrote in a statement that Robertson’s “intent was not to condone infidelity or to cast blame. We regret any misunderstanding."
Robertson off-the-cuff comments over the years have perplexed and angered other Christian leaders. One Christian pastor said his New Year’s resolution was to not comment on Robertson’s gaffes for an entire year.
Creationist troll who's opinions can be safely accepted as lies.

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Didn't you post that you do not vote?
... for president. Big difference, you should learn how politics in the US actually works.
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... for president. Big difference, you should learn how politics in the US actually works.
will follow your posts on elections

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will follow your posts on elections
You would need to follow the local election news for my state. That's how changes are made, you don't have power over who becomes president by personal votes, it's your local politicians who vote for you, really. Your local politicians are the real power, choose the right ones, and you can change the federal laws in ways you prefer, choose the wrong ones and ... well, you get Bush again, and again, and again ....

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Major funder of the Democratic Party and thorn in the side of the Right Wing. Soros is subjected to right wing attacks but keeps the funds flowing to the good guys.
The "good guys"?

Soros wants to eliminate the sovereign United States.

He wants us ruled by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.

He hates America.

I see why you would like him.

One prime minister referred to him as an "economic war criminal".

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The "good guys"?
Soros wants to eliminate the sovereign United States.
He wants us ruled by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
He hates America.
I see why you would like him.
One prime minister referred to him as an "economic war criminal".
Do you think that conversion to Christianity would change any of that?

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Do you think that conversion to Christianity would change any of that?
Probably make it worse.

Then we would have to listen to him tell us how it was God's will.

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The "good guys"?
Soros wants to eliminate the sovereign United States.
He wants us ruled by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund.
He hates America.
I see why you would like him.
One prime minister referred to him as an "economic war criminal".
Opinions of creationist trolls about the real world are worthless.

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