There’s A Mega Prayer For Mitt Romney Tonight

Real plea for victory, or parody of religious right? The answer may lie in a busty avatar.

It’s totally unclear who’s behind romneymegaprayer.com — the domain’s owner has blocked his or her identity. Also unclear: whether its claims of “hundreds of scientific studies proving the effects of group prayer” are earnest. As of Monday night, 12,870 liked the site on Facebook. But dozens on Twitter were skeptical of its seriousness.

The site uses this anecdote as proof group prayer works, then ends with a plea to pray for Mitt Romney:

Twitter has come to at least one consensus, though. The website’s mascot is a little distracting…

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