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Katrina and God VIII

by @ 1:01 pm on September 29, 2005. Filed under Hurricane Katrina, Moonbats, Religion

Its been a month since Katrina hit, but the moonbats are still coming out.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) ? A state senator in Alabama says Hurricane Katrina was God’s punishment on a sinful part of America.

State Sen. Hank Erwin, R-Montevallo, wrote in a weekly column for news outlets: “New Orleans and the Mississippi Gulf Coast have always been known for gambling, sin and wickedness. It is the kind of behavior that ultimately brings the judgment of God.”

Erwin, a former conservative talk-radio host and now a media consultant, wrote the column after a tour of hurricane-wrecked Gulfport and Biloxi, Miss., and Bayou La Batre on the Alabama coast.

“Warnings year after year by godly evangelists and preachers went unheeded. So why were we surprised when finally the hand of judgment fell?” Erwin wrote. “Sadly, innocents suffered along with the guilty. Sin always brings suffering to good people as well as the bad.”

Sadly, there are people out there who think this makes sense.

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