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Israeli Candidate Mccain Picks Religious Whacko As VP
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Sarah Palin is one of those Rapture Righties

Seems like she is a little nutso :

And the Righties were complaining about
Reverend Wright! The pastor at Sarah Palin's
church makes Wright look like a lightweight.
Palin's pastor is a SCARRRRY rapture Rightie,
and apparently so is Sarah Palin :

Speaking before the Pentecostal church, Palin painted
the current war in Iraq as a messianic affair in which
the United States could act out the will of the Lord.
"Pray for our military men and women who are striving
to do what is right. Also, for this country, that our
leaders, our national leaders, are sending [U.S. soldiers]
out on a task that is from God," she exhorted the
congregants. "That's what we have to make sure that
we're praying for, that there is a plan and that
that plan is God's plan."

Religion, however, was not strictly a thread in
Palin's foreign policy. It was part of her energy
proposals as well. Just prior to discussing Iraq,
Alaska's governor asked the audience to pray for
another matter -- a $30 billion national gas
pipeline project that she wanted built in the state.
"I think God's will has to be done in unifying people
and companies to get that gas line built, so pray
for that," she said.

And here is the info about the pastor:
The church runs a number of ministries
providing help to poor neighborhoods,
care for children in need, and general
community services.
But Pastor Kalnins has also preached
that critics of President Bush will
be banished to hell; questioned whether
people who voted for Sen. John Kerry in
2004 would be accepted to heaven;
charged that the 9/11 terrorist attacks
and war in Iraq were part of a war
"contending for your faith;" and said
that Jesus "operated from that position
of war mode."
During the 2004 election season,
he praised President Bush's performance
during a debate with Sen. John Kerry,
then offered a not-so-subtle message about
his personal candidate preferences.
"I'm not going tell you who to vote for,
but if you vote for this particular person,
I question your salvation. I'm sorry."
Kalnins added: "If every Christian will
vote righteously, it would be a landslide
every time."
Months after hinting at possible damnation
for Kerry supporters, Kalnins bristled at
the treatment President Bush was receiving
over the federal government's handling of
Hurricane Katrina. "I hate criticisms towards
the President," he said, "because it's
like criticisms towards the pastor -- it's
almost like, it's not going to get you
anywhere, you know, except for hell.
That's what it'll get you."
Much of his support for the current
administration has come in the realm of
foreign affairs. Kalnins has preached that
the 9/11 attacks and the invasion of Iraq
were part of a "world war" over the Christian
faith, one in which Jesus Christ had called
upon believers to be willing to sacrifice
their lives.

What you see in a terrorist -- that's called
the invisible enemy. There has always been
an invisible enemy. What you see in Iraq,
basically, is a manifestation of what's going
on in this unseen world called the spirit world. ...
We need to think like Jesus thinks. We are in
a time and a season of war, and we need to think
like that. We need to develop that instinct.
We need to develop as believers the instinct
that we are at war, and that war is contending
for your faith. ...
Jesus called us to die. You're worried about
getting hurt? He's called us to die.
Listen, you know we can't even follow him
unless you are willing to give up your life. ...
I believe that Jesus himself operated from that
position of war mode. Everyone say "war mode."
Now you say, wait a minute Ed, he's like the
good shepherd, he's loving all the time and
he's kind all the time. Oh yes he is -- but I
also believe that he had a part of his thoughts
that knew that he was in a war.
As for his former congregant and current
vice presidential candidate, Kalnins has
asserted that Palin's election as governor
was the result of a "prophetic call" by another
pastor at the church who prayed for her victory.
"[He made] a prophetic declaration and then
unfolds the kingdom of God, you know."


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