“Washington, D.C., you’d think by now they’d get the message. An earthquake, a hurricane. Are you listening?
For Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, Hurricane Irene and last week’s earthquake in the eastern United States were a message from God that Washington needs to change its policies.
Even as Irene was beginning its raking course up the East Coast over the weekend, which killed 21 people and caused widespread flooding and power outages, Bachmann told senior citizens in Poinciana, Florida, on Saturday that the hurricane was an “act of God” that Washington should heed.
The Minnesota congresswoman, who has gained media prominence for her fiery attacks on Democratic President Barack Obama and against big government, recalled Washington and the east had already felt a 5.8 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday.
“Washington, D.C., you’d think by now they’d get the message. An earthquake, a hurricane. Are you listening? The American people have done everything they can, and now it’s time for an act of God and we’re getting it,” she said, drawing some laughs from her audience.
Bachmann is a favorite of the fiscally conservative Tea Party movement and of religious social conservatives, but recent Republican presidential contender polls have shown her lagging behind Texas Governor Rick Perry and moderate Mitt Romney, who appeals to the party’s business wing.
I am in principle in agreement with Michele Bachmann. God can use nature to rebuke and punish men, whenever He wants.
See, the storm of the LORD will burst out in wrath, a whirlwind swirling down on the heads of the wicked.
Then the LORD sent a great wind on the sea, and such a violent storm arose that the ship threatened to break up.
I am thankful that Evangelical Christian Bachmann has the guts to take the name of God, and warn the Americans about divine punishment. Just be more cleaver to take the name of Jesus, when God is on the political agenda.
But let me remind my readers about Kenneth Copeland , who told that Cyclone Kathrina was a divine punishment of New Orleans. When Copeland spoke on God.tv, is sounded like the state of Texas were populated by saints and angles.
I guess when the next storm hits Houston, or the Copeland Mansion, the World of faith teacher would be puzzled with what kind of prosperity that have come to Texas?
The Apostle Paul was also caught in a storm, and almost died. He was shipwrecked more than once. Not because of divine judgment.
I wish Michele Bachmann would be more specific about what kind of politics Washington have to abolish, as a part of repentance.
Obama is the worst anti-Zionist who have entered the White House.
Because of the evil He represent in regards to Israel, he brings curses down on his own head, and the head of all Americans who elected him. Both good and bad alike.
This is the truth.
Written by Ivar