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As Hurricane expert, and former GOP presidential hopeful, Pat Robertson would say (you'll recall that Robertson said God caused Hurricane Katrina to punish us for abortion): God really doesn't want Mitt Romney to win the election.

For the second time in four years, God has sent a hurricane to disrupt the GOP convention.  Last time, it was Hurricane Gustav during the GOP convention in St. Paul in 2008:
With one eye on Hurricane Gustav and their plans still in flux, Republicans opened their convention here on Monday, conducting an abbreviated business session and appealing to delegates to help victims of the storm.
 And this time, it's possible Hurricane Isaac during the 2012 GOP convention in Tampa:
For three straight simulations, NOAA’s Global Forecast System (GFS) model has tracked a tropical system right over the Florida peninsula through or close to Tampa just as the Republican National Convention is ramping up. Assuming this system - presently a little swirl in the open Atlantic - strengthens some, it will be named Isaac.
Two conventions in a row.  God must be seriously annoyed with the GOP.

Just fyi, but Robertson is also an expert on earthquakes.
Pat Robertson, natural disaster interpreter extraordinaire, said on Wednesday’s 700 Club that the earthquake that struck the Washington region Tuesday “means that we’re closer to the coming of the Lord.”
As the t-shirt says, time to look busy.

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