Gays may have caused Hurricane Isaac, right-wing preacher claims

To paraphrase a popular joke going around Facebook: If we can control the weather, then you’d better f’g listen to us.  From nutty anti-gay right wing preacher:

The hurricane is scheduled to hit the New Orleans area on Wednesday, August 29 which is the beginning of an annual homosexual event in New Orleans called “Southern Decadence.” (I do not recommend going to this website.)

Isaac, of course, is a biblical name meaning laughter.

Isaac is projected to make landfall as a category 3, which would be the same power as Hurricane Katrina. The amazing thing about Katrina was it also hit on August 29, during the week of Southern Decadence in 2005! Katrina was the greatest natural disaster ever to hit America. Now seven years later, to the day, another hurricane is heading towards this city.

The fact the events are seven years apart is very significant as this number is biblically important. It is the number of completion: God created the universe in seven days. The church, city and nation have not repented and the homosexual agenda is far worse than it was in 2005. New Orleans is still hosting Southern Decadence with open homosexuality manifesting in the streets of the city. It could be that God is putting an end to this city and its wickedness. The timing of Hurricane Isaac with Southern Decadence is a sign that God’s patience with America’s sin is coming to an end.

Oh, this just in: Isaac might also be evidence that God is upset with Mitt Romney over Israel.

It is also significant that Isaac is affecting the Republican convention. There are postings from Israel stating at the convention that Romney is going to place a two-state solution into the platform. Let’s also watch this very closely.

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