Tuesday, June 5, 2007

Lightning zaps Giuliani's remarks on abortion, Catholics

" Manchester, New Hampshire - Was it a sign from above?
Lightning zapped remarks by Republican presidential contender and former New York mayor Rudolph Giuliani during a debate Tuesday night, just as he began defending his pro-choice stand on abortion rights against criticism by a Roman Catholic bishop.
'I guess I'm here by myself,' Giuliani quipped after a loud buzz momentarily interrupted the sound system. He turned around, then looked skyward as the audience broke out laughing.
'For someone who went to parochial schools all his life, this is a very frightening thing that's happening right now,' he said.
Debate host Wolf Blitzer of Cable News Network (CNN) reassured Giuliani, an Italian-American, that the disturbance was caused by lightning from a thunderstorm near St Anselm's College, a Catholic university that hosted the debate in the northeastern state of New Hampshire.
Giuliani, on stage with nine other hopefuls for the centre-right nomination, went on to defend his position that abortion should be a woman's choice - a controversial stand in his mostly conservative party.
'My view on abortion is that it's wrong,' he said, 'but that ultimately government should not be enforcing that decision on a woman.' "

I don't think God likes that yapping, ambulance chasing, crossdressing, scum Giuliani.
Lightning censoring your speech on live TV is God's way of saying

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