Keith Olbermann: Video Of Sarah Palin Credits African Witch Hunting Pastor For Governor Race Victory

Sarah Palin states in this video from June 2008 that she believes an actual witch hunting pastor from Africa helped her win the Governor’s race after he laid hands on her and prayed.   Really.  I am not joking.   I am serious.  Palin is certifiable.

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8 thoughts on “Keith Olbermann: Video Of Sarah Palin Credits African Witch Hunting Pastor For Governor Race Victory

  1. Keith Olbermann is a “Journalist” like Britney Spears is a “Singer” and Indiana Jones is an “Archaeologist.”

    You really sunk low with this one dude….

    At least use someone like Laura Ingraham or Michael Medved as a source.

  2. Cristina

    People are so ridiculous. If you listen to what Sarah Palin was saying in June she was not giving the African Pastor any credit for electing her to office. She was sharing how he was praying along the lines of and in effect confirming what she was already planning for. He was asking the Lord to make it so which means he was praying it be God’s will that Sarah Palin pursue the course.

    It’s so interesting how the association of Sarah Palin’s faith to her politics is considered dangerous and bizarre. Our founding fathers never ceased to ascribe the foundation of this country to God. Look at the great founding documents, i.e. the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Gettysburg Address, along with our National Anthem, and our Pledge. They also looked to God for guidance and pointed out the dangers of straying from godly principles.

    I’m sure many won’t understand this but we are in a spiritual warfare. What do you think propels Bin Laden and all the other extremists?

    And just for everyone’s information the intent behind the separation of Church and State was not to keep the Church out of the State but to keep the State out of the Church.

    Keith Olbermann & Shannyn Moore – Pay attention & learn a little!

  3. Cristina, James Madison sure wasn’t a fan of religion in government, and the last time I checked, he was a founding father:

    “What influence, in fact, have ecclesiastical establishments had on society? In some instances they have been seen to erect a spiritual tyranny on the ruins of the civil authority; on many instances they have been seen upholding the thrones of political tyranny; in no instance have they been the guardians of the liberties of the people. Rulers who wish to subvert the public liberty may have found an established clergy convenient auxiliaries. A just government, instituted to secure and perpetuate it, needs them not.” — James Madison, “A Memorial and Remonstrance”, 1785

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