A plea for help?

Seen on a shiny new black Cadillac 300S as I was driving into work this morning:

PRAY4ME

And all I could think to myself was: What? Got a guilty conscious?

5 thoughts on “A plea for help?

  1. Maybe the ‘R’ got stuck in there on accident.  Hmm… Nah, that would just go back to that whole ‘usher training’ issue.

    (submit word = could)

  2. Gee, it’s all about them, isn’t it?  Me, me, me.  Gimme a Cadillac AND God’s special grace.  If I were going to pray, it would certainly be for someone who COULDN’T afford a car.  Asshats.

    (Submission word:  drive.  I kid you not.)

  3. “It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.”

    Apparently, this person with their fancy car knows where they are likely to end up going after they die and they’re hoping somebody else’s prayers will help them change their fate.

    Submit word: game

  4. DO YOU HAVE A PRAYER?

    Ever since Ronald Reagan and the Religious Right came to a suspiciously mutual agreement over access to government I have watched a resurgence of religiosity in the media, and particularly in government circles. Incessant proclamations concerning prayer and other intrusive Christian expressions of devotion to Christian dogma are found everywhere in every media. Fundamentalist organizations, en masse, have repaid Republicans by generously giving their votes, their work, their cash, and overwhelming support. And Republicans, in quid pro quo have responded generously by allowing fundamentalist pretensions to religious dominance to take place.

    Governors and Presidents seem to feel a need to declare a day or a year of prayer. It is apparent that they mean “Christian Prayer.

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