Prayer saved Gabriel Gifford…according to Fox Viewers

21 Jan

A new poll conducted by Fox “news” found that 8 in 10 Americans (aka conservatives who take Fox Polls) believe that god saved Gabriel Gifford’s life. Meanwhile another poll conducted by Reality News found that 8 in 10 people who responded to the Fox “news” poll are morons.

We can all let out a collective groan because here we go again. Just as with the Chilean mine collapse, or the plane crash on the Hudson river, people always find a way to praise their invisibly sky daddy and never blame him. That is just how the game is rigged. There is no possible scenario where they will blame god. Period.

Did gay intern Daniel Hernandez, who held his hands tight on Gifford’s head to control the bleeding and to keep her brains from oozing out, save Gifford’s life? What about the person who jumped the gunman to keep him from shooting more people? What about the emergency responders who rushed to the scene? What about the expert surgeons who spent years studying the advances of science and who spent hours fighting to keep Gifford alive?

Nope. God did it…. but do you know what that means if you want to be logically consistent? It means god had a nine year old girl gunned down… And if you’re not going to admit that then you have to admit you don’t give a fuck about reality, logical coherence, or will ever admit your god did something disgusting.

6 Responses to “Prayer saved Gabriel Gifford…according to Fox Viewers”

  1. humanitarikim January 21, 2011 at 7:15 pm #

    If it were prayer that saved her, no one should of bothered taking her to the hospital.

  2. greengeekgirl January 24, 2011 at 6:26 pm #

    But it’s all part of God’s special plan for each and every one of us…

    and He loves you….

    and He needs money.

    • Captian Obvious June 9, 2014 at 8:27 am #

      I am sure it was a magical elf named Twiterbaun. I mean you can’t prove I’m wrong any more than it being “your God”, so therefore I am right. Send me money and I will show you the way and the light of Twiterbaun. Oh and by the way…. Twiterbaun was alive long before your “god” and he was more powerful. He created the universe and all things in it with a sneeze. Which is the idea behind the big bang.

      We all live on a giant booger.

      This is no more provable than any other supernatural delusion and therefore should not be in any way questioned or ridiculed. We should open up churches and make them exempt from tax, give them subsidies, and ask people to constantly give money to it. We should brainwash our children to believe in this fictional human made ridiculousness and tell them that if they act in any way which might upset Twiterbaun they will burn in a fire pit underground and be tortured for eternity. We need to stifle any forward advances in science which may in someway prove that Twiterbaun is not real. We need to punish, shame, and in some cases kill, anyone who does not agree with our belief in Twiterbaun.

      Praise the great Twiterbaun lord of all that is great and powerful.

  3. vanessa April 18, 2011 at 10:59 am #

    some of us do not believe there is a God, that is our choice. but when ever bad things start happening we call on god , whom we do not believe he exist. God gives us a choice in life, and he loves us and even when we reject him and make a choice to do bad things he forgives us. you have to remember that satan is running rapid in this world. there is good and there is evil. if we just sat down and said well God will do everything, then why are we here. we have to consider what we say to people and how we treat them, because one negative thing you can say to a person could turn him or her actions. it is not fair when innocence people die. i do belive in the power of prayer, if more of us would pray together and stop blamming God for evil people in the world and take a look at ourselves and say what can i do when i see some one not treating people right, or some, one who is depress, or mad, a kind word sometimes turn away raft. as i said we in life have a choice, and we can choose to be part of the problem or help change and get rid of the problem. no one can force you to do anything or believe anything, when good things happen we want to look at ourseleves as the cooperate, but if it goes bad, we take ourselves out of the picture and blame God, or anyone. i just hope we can realize that we also have a part in this world to do something to help turn a person around. i pray for every family that has lost someone, or who feels alone, but i get involve in doing something. God bless!!!!

    • Ben July 9, 2013 at 5:22 pm #

      Ask and you shall recieve. (But if God told you, “don’t judge,” “love thy neighbor as thyself,” and “humble yourself as a child” and you did precisely the opposite… then asked for something that would fill your selfishness or pride or self love or even self pity, like (any earthly thing to put your power above another human being for example, then what CAN you expect? I wouldn’t want your prayer to be answered either… yet.) If I may, here’s a tip from a child, asking for tears of repentance and asking for a -new- heart, not even a healed heart, then do everything with love… every time you screw up… ask again. It helps. 😉 God bless.

      • Captian Obvious June 9, 2014 at 8:36 am #

        I have a magic teapot which will answer all prayers.
        It will always give you a yes, no, or wait answer.

        I asked it if I would win the lottery…
        I didn’t win the lottery so the answer must be NO…
        or wait (if I keep trying.)
        Eventually I do win the lottery… OH WOW the teapot said yes.
        Thank you oh gracious teapot!

        There is no way for this not to be true since the teapots answer is always yes, no, wait. and I am willing to interpret it as needed with whatever happens.

        Magic teapot can you please save Gabriel Gifford!!!

        NO. Gabriel Dies… The teapot must of had a better plan for Gabriel.
        WAIT. Gabriel hangs on to life.
        YES. Gabriel lives… The teapot has saved Gabriel. Thank you Teapot.

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