Wednesday, November 14, 2007

US governor's plea to above brings no rain - No S#!t!

Reposted from AFP Google
MIAMI (AFP) — Torrential rains that would ease Georgia's historic drought failed to materialize Wednesday, one day after the southern US state's governor prayed up a storm.

Governor Sonny Perdue's prayer gathering stirred up controversy, but on the weather front it was followed by little more than thin drizzles in parts of Georgia.

"We respectfully pray up a storm," Perdue told a crowd that gathered on Tuesday outside the Capitol, which houses the state legislature.

"It is time to appeal to Him who can and will make a difference."

Local media received calls and mail from residents who felt the prayer ceremony violated the principle of separation of church and state, and insisted the governor should focus on better planning rather than hope for divine intervention.

Governor seeks divine intervention to get some rain

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