September 06, 2008

Cult Church Takes Down Sermons - Hrrrmmm.


Web Site With Speeches and Sermons From Palin's Former Church Shuts Down as Religious Views of Candidate Face Scrutiny

September 03, 2008 12:38 PM

Officials of Gov. Sarah Palin's former church, Wasilla Assembly of God, in Alaska, shut down part of their Web site Wednesday, stating that their server could not handle the higher-than-normal traffic.

The part of the Web site no longer functioning appears to be the section where the sermons of senior Pastor Ed Kalnins were available, including one from 2004 -- after Palin left the church -- where he suggested heaven wasn't necessarilyin the cards for anyone who voted for Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass.

Also no longer available is the video of a speech Palin delivered in June at the graduation service for the church's School of Ministry.

" was never intended to handle the traffic it has received in the last few days," says a message on the church Web site. "Due to technical limitations, will be unavailable for the immediate future."

I WONDER WHY? Gee did Obama's former church take down IT'S sermon videos?

Wonder what the neocon fundies are so afraid of??

I know I'm afraid.


Doug said...

They even appear on a quick search to be gone from Google's cache. I wonder why

Tom Matrullo said...

feckless Times reportage