Palin is a Christian, so she ought to get elected president. Here's the "plan":
1. Vote Constitution Party. (I vote my conscience and cannot support McCain even with Palin.)
2. Hope and pray for McCain/Palin to win. (I am an idealist, but also a realist!)
3. Pray for John McCain's salvation and pray specific imprecatory prayers if he fails to pro-actively defend the sanctity of human life. (Google The Forerunner's articles on Impecatory Prayer if you don't understand this.)
You can't make this stuff up, folks. Some people are totally batshit crazy. Even if you believe in the existence of a god or gods, explain to me how it's even remotely moral to pray for someone's death so that you can get the president you want? Aren't these the same people who are always saying that the ends don't justify the means (which is why abortion is terrible, even if it's to save a woman's life)?
I just don't get it.
FYI, for anyone who's going to come along and say, "no one is praying for McCain's death!" I did as the writer suggests and looked up "impecatory prayer," which is actually spelled "imprecatory prayer," but you will get a billion google results for the former because everyone is reposting this story.
Anyway, imprecatory prayer is when you pray for God to help you hurt somebody else or defeat some enemy (because supposedly you are praying for a "righteous" reason, otherwise God won't help you and you're a dirty, dirty sinner. What is "righteous" is presumably up to the individual to decide by reedin' his Biiiiible).