VIdeo: Keith rains on Stuart's anti-Obama parade
Do you remember that video we first showed you back on 7/31, wherein Focus on the Family's Stuart Shepard encouraged his followers to pray for rain on the day of Barack Obama's convention speech? Well that very video caught the attention of Keith Olbermann, who last night voted Shepard his "worst person in the world":
**NOTE: Interestingly/humorously, FOF has now pulled Stuart's video! However, we think we might have a backup copy. If so, we'll post it right here.
**UPDATE: FOUND IT! See the video that Focus on the Family doesn't want you to see:
Would it be so wrong to pray that someone plants their fist in Shepards face?
Posted by: Tony P | Aug 12, 2008 10:23:45 AM
Looks like FOTF was having a Fred-Phelps-moment with that video. FOTF is usually better at applying deceptive veneers onto their activities.
Posted by: Richard Rush | Aug 12, 2008 12:14:55 PM
As I said the last time you posted on this subject - this is nothing more than Satanic work.
If somebody in the Obama camp done the same exact thing, these nutballs would be screaming "witchcraft".
And that's exactly what Focus on the Family is all about - witchcraft, and doing Satan's work.
Posted by: Scott | Aug 12, 2008 12:25:08 PM
Love what he had to say but can't help but add: Droughts in New Zealand!? First I've heard. It rains TO MUCH here if anything!
Still. I'm glad the mainstream media over there is willing to call up nutty bigots like Mr. Sheperd.
I'm sorry but did he REALLY say "humble"?!?
Posted by: Paul Stevens | Aug 13, 2008 6:35:37 PM
Hey, it sort of worked. They just got the time and date wrong. They forgot that God still uses the Hebrew calendar. By his reckoning, it is 2020 and the Democratic convention will be in New Orleans that year.
Posted by: Fred Phelpstone | Aug 31, 2008 10:35:14 PM
Wow! I guess God must have been creating another earth somewhere because he was 7 days late with the biblical flooding.
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