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Saturday, September 25, 2004

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 Proof that god favors Kerry

You think it is only coincidence that a state with questionable presidential election results would be pummeled by hurricanes just before the next election? Check out this electoral map from 2000, overlaid wit this season's hurricanes. Blue counties supported Gore; pink supported Bush.

Notice how all the hurricanes spared Miami, which voted for Gore, and after leaving Florida socked Georgia and South Carolina, which voted for Bush

This is no longer an interesting coincidence. It is an unmistakable message from God. I hope everyone is listening.

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