Did God Kill 38 People With Hurricane Irene To Send A Message To Crazy Michele And Congress ? She Seems To Think So

Bachmann: Irene is God’s message for Washington

(Reuters) – For Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann, Hurricane Irene and last week’s earthquake in the eastern United States were a message from God that Washington needs to change its policies.

Even as Irene was beginning its raking course up the East Coast over the weekend, which killed 21 people and caused widespread flooding and power outages, Bachmann told senior citizens in Poinciana, Florida, on Saturday that the hurricane was an “act of God” that Washington should heed.

The Minnesota congresswoman, who has gained media prominence for her fiery attacks on Democratic President Barack Obama and against big government, recalled Washington and the east had already felt a 5.8 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday.

“Washington, D.C., you’d think by now they’d get the message. An earthquake, a hurricane. Are you listening? The American people have done everything they can, and now it’s time for an act of God and we’re getting it,” she said, drawing some laughs from her audience.


Apparently God has been warning Candada about Washington also too:

Thousands in Quebec without power after Irene

One man missing in Yamaska after road washes out

MONTREAL - There were 165,909 Quebec households without electricity at 10 a.m. Monday, as Hydro-Québec crews worked to repair power lines downed by fallen trees in the wake of Tropical Storm Irene.

On the island of Montreal, the total number of customers without power was 7,053, Hydro-Québec spokesperson Marie Maujin told The Gazette just after 7 a.m.

Most of the households without power were in the Montérégie, with 53,489 homes without power, Maujin said. In the Quebec City area, the total was 29,101 homes without power.

 Did God Kill 26 38 People With Hurricane Irene To Send A Message To Crazy Michele And Congress ? She Seems To Think So

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