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Stop Praying For Rain

By Liberalchik

I’m getting damn tired of hearing people say “Pray for rain, or Thank God for the rain we got today”. Here Imagewe are in the 21st century and there are people who are still attributing weather to a god in the sky.

People,  that stuff worked back in the days of Roman and Greek mythology because even though they were more advanced in their thinking than we are now, they still did not have scientific reasoning. Climate is a scientific matter. It is complicated. It is not dictated by a sky god with an iPad manually manipulating storm clouds for those who prayed the most or the best.

Never mind that Texas Governor Rick Perry held a big ol’ Texas size event last year with all the power prayin’ people in attendance to pray for rain for Texas. Guess what? It didn’t rain. I guess God just wasn’t listening that day.

You can pray all you want for rain, but the GLOBAL jet stream has been affected by climate change, also known as global warming, you know that fake scary hoax Al Gore perpetrated on all of us just to make money on new green technology.

If you feel you really must pray for something, pray for HUMANS to wise up and listen to the scientists before it’s too late, if it isn’t already.

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  2. August 17, 2012 at 10:11 pm | #2

    How weather works in the world we live in is what it is and we track it using science. Religious people can give their input on what a supreme being, usually referred to as “God”, thinks. But the bottom line is that it is total speculation. The bottom line is that it still happens no matter what anyone’s religious position is or who they blame it on.

  3. August 17, 2012 at 11:23 am | #3

    I’m definitely not against religion, I just have my own set of beliefs. That being said, praying for rain to the same god that allows roughly one third of the planet to starve, die of preventable diseases and live in a constant state of terror due to warfare or their own countrys neglectful policies seems a bit more than futile. I know most of these problems could be solved through world wide efforts to allieviate them, so why then wouldn’t this all powerful, benevolent being see to it that the world leaders would have it in their hearts to do something to help all these people? Yah, yah I know. It’s that damn self determination thing again. God wants us to see to these things ourselves, right? Well, we seem to be screwing everything else up royally, why would we worry about something as irrelevant as poor people. I mean, it’s not our fault their countries are screwed up right? Just keep on thinking that way you self forgiving pricks, because that is exactly where this country is heading. Everything and more for the wealthy elite and nothing for the cowering masses. All that needs to be done is to keep the majority of the population undereducated, under fed,under employed and under insured. Only then will they have a labor pool consisting of sick, hungry stupid people who will be willing to do whatever job they throw to us for whatever wage they determine we’re worth. If you don’t see that this is allready starting, you’re either dense or in denial. They are trying to limit the ability of the under priviledged to vote, aquire a higher education, have health insurance, and recieve a decent wage for their work. They are also cutting basic needs for the disadvantaged, such as a monthly stipend for food. What the hell is next? Camps for the chronically poor? Don’t laugh, it’s not that crazy. We allready force the poor to live in economically depressed areas because they can’t afford to live any where else. If you happen to be a republican, you have been conned in the worst way. Your party has you believing that it is in your best interest to vote against your own best interests. Both parties have their share of payed for politicians, but the republicans have proven again and again that they are only interested in pushing the values of their million an billionaire backers. Believe me when I tell you that these folks have absolutely zero interst in how well the avaerage american is holding up. The only thing that matters to them is their bank accounts. They will do whatever it takes to keep on making more money, even when they allready have so much it would be virtually impossible for them(or their offspring for decades to come) to ever spend it all.
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  4. August 17, 2012 at 10:43 am | #4

    With the morons in Texas praying en-masse, I’m suprised they didn’t get nailed with a tornado, right there and then.

  5. @Marmel on Twitter
    August 17, 2012 at 10:41 am | #5

    Remember when Rick Perry ran for President? He left Texas in God’s hands and it exploded in fire.

    Hottest summer on record, fires everywhere.

    Maybe it’s time to stop denying climate change and work toward reversing it. It doesn’t have to butt with your faith to try to make the planet a better, healthier place.

    Unless your God is a Koch, and your religion is mo

    • @Marmel on Twitter
      August 17, 2012 at 10:42 am | #6

      That was supposed to say “Religion is money”

      Rrr!

  6. August 16, 2012 at 9:21 pm | #7

    EXCELLENT! Thank GOD FOR YOU TWO.

  7. August 16, 2012 at 6:27 pm | #8

    Reblogged this on Outspoken and Freckled.

  8. August 16, 2012 at 6:25 pm | #9

    AMEN!!! (Ha! I know you can appreciate the irony of that word choice.) Seriously though, I completely agree. We continue to hang on to old ways, despite science proving otherwise or there never being any valid proof of an old belief anyways. Sadly there are indeed folks, like your Rick Perry example, that would rather we not only continue old sayings based on old beliefs but actually regress into TRULY archaic belief systems. I hope the sheep that follow such idiots wake up before they’re convinced the world’s flat again.

  9. August 16, 2012 at 3:42 pm | #10

    Will beating TomToms help?

  10. August 16, 2012 at 3:29 pm | #12

    Oh yeah, i forgot – First! I think I was supposed to say that.

  11. August 16, 2012 at 3:27 pm | #13

    In a (scientific) study of intercessory prayer, hospital patients that were prayed for (on?) had statistically insignificant worse outcomes than those patients no one was praying for.

  1. February 8, 2013 at 4:15 pm | #1

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