November 2, 2012

U.S. Faces Hatred, Division & Political Collapse

Max Hastings, Daily Mail

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Before it hit land, one of America’s innumerable southern evangelical TV preachers proclaimed Superstorm Sandy as "a divine commentary upon our sinful country". Next Tuesday, with the Almighty having spoken in a violent voice of wind and waves, we shall discover which of the nation's presidential candidates He passed judgment on. An astonishing number of Americans, almost all living in the vast middle of the country, really do believe God takes a hand in their politics, just as they are sure He frowns on Muslims, gays, socialists, gun control supporters and most folks on the east and west coasts (foremost among them the citizens of that sink of liberal iniquity, New York City).

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