As recently as this summer, Sarah Palin has been involved in a program run by her home town Assemblies of God church to teach teenagers to proclaim prophecies directly from God, like Nostradamus. That’s an approach to planning for the future that’s a bit out of date, but it would be merely a personal eccentricity, except that Palin doesn’t keep it personal.
Sarah Palin makes her Assemblies of God prophecy political. She mixes it into her her government work. She says that the prophecies made at the Wasilla Assemblies of God church by those teenagers are revealing a plan by God that she will implement in her work as Governor.
Sarah Palin also suggests that she thinks that God’s plan, as revealed to the teenage prophets of Wasilla, should direct the military of the USA as it fights in foreign wars. Sarah Palin revealed, as she spoke to the Wasilla Assemblies of God church earlier this summer, that she believes that the wars being fought in Afghanistan and Iraq are being fought in order to bring about the prophecies discovered by the teenage prophets in the Wasilla Masters Commission program. She talked about, “our military men and women who are striving to do what is right also for this country, that our leaders, our national leaders, are sending out on a task that is from God. That’s what we have to make sure that we’re praying for, that there is a plan and that that plan is God’s plan.”
If John McCain is elected President, it’s quite possible that he will not survive to the end of his first term in office, and Sarah Palin will become President of the United States – Commander in Chief. As you consider who to vote for, remember that Sarah Palin believes that prophecies discovered by teenagers in her church in a village of a few thousand people are the divine source of America’s foreign policy and the force guiding the wars fought by the American military.
If Sarah Palin ever becomes President, what wars will she send American soldiers to fight in next? That’s up to the teenage prophets of Wasilla.