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From a blog I used to regularly read: Dog Bless Us One And All:
Rick Perry turns me on, to prayer that is�
I�ve said many times that all prayers are answered, but sometimes the answer is no..

Now, in spite of being a lifelong atheist I�ve been convinced by Texas governor and lately presidential candidate Rick Perry that prayers may be the only way to get things done, so here I go.

I�m starting off small, with a prayer for something the size of your average walnut. To cut to the chase and eliminate any trace of ambiguity, let�s call it a tumor.

I�m thinking it into existence inside the head of the above mentioned governor, and ask my friends (yeah, both of you) to join in and focus on this since there�s a chance that if indeed prayers are answered, more requests might be like buying more lottery tickets, it sort of ups the ante.

Attention law enforcement and legal types. Please note that there is not a photo or drawing in this post showing Governor Perry with crosshairs on his head, Sarah Palin has the original claim to that technique and besides, anyone that thinks this could actually work is, to quote Lewis Black, DELUSIONAL.

O.K., it�s now mid-August at the, uh, onset of this project, with no idea of what the timeframe is going to be, but hopefully it�s not going to go down too quickly as we don�t want to leave that door open to Michele Bachmann for too long.

However, if it does work perhaps we�ll have a chance to scientifically test it on multiple subjects, politicians along with certain ex-wives come to mind.
Seriously, WTF? And if the author scrubs this post, I have the screen-cap. Μολὼν λαβέ fscking a_hole. Talk about calling for civility and a new tone in the dialogue -- for thee but not for me...

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