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Prayers at the pump

While Dear Leader’s logistics plan for hurricane season is to pray that there aren’t any, we have his sheeple working the magical thinking at the pump with praylive.com. (UPI):

A U.S. Christian group has grown tired of escalating gasoline prices and is set to stage a national prayer rally to lower the numbers at the pumps.

Various Christian clergy from around the country will convene around a Washington, D.C., gas station Thursday at noon to pray.

…In a release, the Pray Live group said many people are “overlooking the power of prayer when it comes to resolving this energy crisis.”

…”It is our hope that seeing and hearing some of the nation’s most powerful preachers gathered around a gas station and the United States capital as a backdrop, will remind everyone who is really in charge of our world — God,” [group founder Wenda] Royster said.

BTW, this event happened last Thursday; I wonder where Don Wildmon was then? Oh that’s right, he was probably tanking up down in Mississippi at $50/pop and crying.

Hat tip to Blender Patrick, who has a DKos diary up on this one.

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