Thursday, August 4, 2011

Not Going well, that's only 2 out of 50.

Wonder if Gov. Good Hair will even show up?

AP: Texas Gov. Perry's day of prayer shadows 2012 bid:
"'Given the trials that beset our nation and world, from the global economic downturn to natural disasters, the lingering danger of terrorism and continued debasement of our culture, I believe it is time to convene the leaders from each of our United States in a day of prayer and fasting,' Perry wrote in the invitation he sent to all of the other governors in the United States, members of Congress, the Obama administration and the Texas Legislature, among others.

But only one of those politicians, Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback, has said he will attend. Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, who is running for Senate, and state House Speaker Joe Straus, who is Jewish, have declined. About 8,000 people have registered for the free event, leaving the prospect of 64,000 empty seats in the stadium. By comparison, nearby Lakewood Church — the nation's largest megachurch, headlined by the Rev. Joel Osteen — averages 30,000 worshippers a week."

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