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A terrible “Frankenstorm” has struck the Northeast. There is some debate as to what caused it. Everyone has a strong opinion — voice yours!
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Of course, there are lots of theories out there.
“Defend and Proclaim the Faith Ministries” Founder and Pastor John McTernan has blamed the “Frankenstorm” Sandy on homosexuals and President Obama, reports Gay Star News. McTernan reportedly wrote in his blog: “If you add the area of the drought and now the hurricane together, it would be about 80 percent of the country! As I said, the Holy God of Israel is systematically destroying America right before our eyes.”
Sure, Rev, whatever you say!
In Saudi Arabia, some of the country’s extreme conservatives are hoping for the worst. Hamad Ahariqi, who helps run the Islamist site LifeIslam.net, boasted on Twitter, “Hurricane Sandy, one of God’s soldiers, is getting closer to America now … May God destroy all the infidels there.”
Then there are those really far out types who blame the Frankenstorm on global warming!
“Yes, global warming systemically caused Hurricane Sandy — and the Midwest droughts and the fires in Colorado and Texas, as well as other extreme weather disasters around the world. Let’s say it out loud, it was causation, systemic causation,” says George Lakoff on huffingtonpost.com.
Oh, silly Mr. Lakoff! Relying on science to solve the problem!
We’re confident that you, our enlightened readers, can help us solve this mystery. Don’t wait! Answer the poll now, and share it widely, using the share buttons on the left! Thank you very much.
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