September 06, 2008

Cult Church Takes Down Sermons - Hrrrmmm.

omfg


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.

"WasillaAG.net 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, WasillaAG.net 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.

2 comments:

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