Monday, September 26, 2011

If by "Rejoice," you mean "catch fire" then, sure!

This is the same nutbag that claimed birds were dying because of Don't Ask Don't Tell being repealed:

Okay, if you're going to accuse Native Americans of cannibalism, you really need to have some sort of evidence for that. My degree is in American History and granted, I didn't exactly go to an Ivy League school, but I have never heard anything about native Americans practicing cannibalism. But even if that were true, a curse on the land? How would that even work? Instead of punishing the people who committed the offense of cannibalism, God punished the acreage on which the crime took place? So that totally different people living there many years later have to live under a curse for someone else's crimes? Is that what you're saying?

"we found some areas that were very, very violent because the former culture was a murderous, violent area, like in Texas here and all of the coast around Houston. . ." 

So, if I'm understanding this, the violent criminals of Houston are not really to blame for their crimes. Their crimes are due to the previous inhabitants having been a violent culture? So, I guess, open the jails and let everyone out, 'cuz it's not their fault?

"So there’s been a lot of prayer over that in Houston, Texas, they’ve done a lot of intercession over that and broke the curses on the land."

Um, have you been to Houston lately? I don't think any curses have been broken. 

Houston: Curse-free since 2011!

We just had a prayer meeting in Houston a little a week ago, the governor of Texas, really as an individual instigated this, and 35,000 people showed up to pray and it was only a prayer meeting called within three months, three month period of time. So what happened? The land is starting to rejoice, you see, because of that prayer.

You do know that Texas is on fire, right? 

Pictured: Rejoicing!