Sunday, December 14, 2008

Palin Apologizes to Pastor for Fire at Her Church

The LIBERAL ATHEIST movement is responsible for this fire. The hate speech that they spew against Christianity is relentless and evil. The media is not reporting this ENOUGH.

If someone burnt down Obama's Marxist Church, there would be riots and 24 hour a day coverage on the socialist media.

LIBERAL FASCISM...They want to silence free speech, the right to bear arms and freedom of religion. The only religion that is allowed is environmentalism and MARXISM.

Gov. Sarah Palin apologized to a pastor at her home church in Wasilla after a suspected arsonist set it on fire -- possibly as a result of "undeserved negative attention" caused by her vice presidential campaign, her spokesman said.

The Wasilla Bible Church suffered an estimated $1 million worth of damages after a fire burned through it Friday night.

"Whatever the motives of the arsonist, the governor has faith in the scriptural passage that what was intended for evil will in some way be used for good," Palin spokesman Bill McAllister told local television station KTUU in a statement Saturday.

No one was injured in the fire, which was intentionally set while people -- including two children -- were inside.

Pastor Larry Kroon said by the time he got to the church, smoke was pouring out of the building. Sprinklers kept the fire from spreading beyond offices and classrooms, he said.

On Saturday, the local fire chief said the fire "is definitely suspicious."

Kroon declined to say if the blaze was politically motivated or directed at Palin, the failed Republican vice presidential candidate. He also declined to say whether the church has received any recent threats.

"I've had a lot worst calls at night," Pastor Larry Kroon told KTUU TV. "When one of your parishioners dies or loses a child, it's a whole different thing than the building's on fire."

1 comment:

  1. There was a fire Friday at Wasilla Bible Church, where GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family are members. The fire did $1 million in damage. The photo at the right is among three that are in a slide show at Wasilla's local paper, the Mat-Su Valley Frontiersman, whose story is here.

    The Washington Post has a short AP story at Page A02 (more on that shortly). The New York Times has nothing about it on its home page. A Times search on "Palin Church" (without quotes) leads to the same AP story; a review of today's print edition shows that the story appears on Page A41.

    Does anyone think a similar fire at Chicago's Trinity United Church of Christ, which Barack Obama attended for almost two decades until earlier this year, would have been as quietly covered -- even if Obama had lost?

    Maybe it's just as well that the AP's coverage isn't too prominent yet, because Rachel D'Oro's story added an agenda-driven undercurrent in the last excerpted paragraph:


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