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…
Jay-Z and Obama vs. http://t.co/sGUnFk3m. All black, all the time vs. praying with big boobs.— gretchen anderson
I love that their spokestoon is wearing body paint, as evidence by her boobs. @stephaniedrury Oh. My. G-d. http://t.co/UjdpjJS6— Laura Onstot
Pray Romney into the White House: http://t.co/ztLCwEYg. Because god decides his vote based on an online form with a bosomy cartoon mascot.— Josh Prasad
Let’s all get together & pray for boobs like this cartoon Christian lady. http://t.co/C9n7dALa— Kari
I couldnâ€™t get past the big cartoon boobs. RT @felixsalmon: Pray for Mittens! http://t.co/gmbmUXIi #RomneyMegaPrayer— Man Bartlett
â€œThere have been 100s of scientific studies proving the effects of group prayer.â€ http://t.co/a6JtGijI Bonus: avatar has jutting breasts.— Glenn Fleishman
I totally wanna bang the Christian librarian on Romney Mega Prayer! http://t.co/ldd42mJT— Mike Monteiro
http://t.co/IL5FkMoh <-will definitely pray for #Romney. Cartoon lady tried to show me her boobs. The least I could do is return the favor.— áˆ¸áˆáˆ± á‰¢áˆ¨á‹³
I find it weird that the cartoon woman is drawn so shapely: http://t.co/T7XTm8Fh— Brendan Mahoney
The lady in the blue looks really nice http://t.co/0ZFVADTX— ankur
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