Bipartisan conclusion: God doesn’t like Mitt Romney

Jesus with a rifle

One thing we can all agree on: Mitt Romney makes conservative Jesus cry

So I was joking around yesterday:

Dear Pat Robertson, why is your god punishing your party? Is it the hateful anti-gay, anti-woman, or anti-working class stuff?
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Thing is, Pat Robertson’s friends had the same idea, but for different reasons:

“Heaven sent a hurricane to hold off Gov. Romney’s coronation, so today we’re urging pro-life GOP delegates to abstain from any voting on Romney’s nomination until all GOP financial support for Todd Akin is reinstated and details of Romney’s income tax returns in connection with Bain’s Stericycle investment have been made public,” Operation Rescue President Troy Newman said.

So hey, I say tomahto, they say tomatoe. I think their god is punishing them because they are hateful bigots, they think their god is punishing them because Romney won’t release his tax returns containing information about his investment in a fetus disposal company.

What’s important is that we all agree—Romney is a horrible person that no god could possibly ever like—theirs or anyone else’s. Hence, hurricanes and tornadoes.

Who said America was too divided to come together over politics and religion?

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