#Isaac,a miracle child:God’s promise to Abraham,to make descendants a great nation. Abraham: father/Israel. Think about it. #GOP— Rowdy
after Isaac is bound to an altar, an angel stops and tells Abraham “now I know you fear God” hope this storm has the same effect on the GOP— Felipe C
Ok Romney,God is sending Isaac as a sacrifice, and the RAM in the bush is Obama— Sharon d Johnson
Hurricane headed to tampa. Just more proof that God hates Romney. Run for cover.— Ken Williamson
Did GOP, Obama actions prompt Hurricane Isaac? Could Hurricane Isaac’s disrupting of the Republican convention… http://t.co/POrNjVt3— WND News
Hebrew Bible says Isaac is the only Son. Abraham and Sara had. Now he is planning to attend. GOP convention in Tampa— slumdogram
If this hurricane hits tampa during the RNC, it will be proof positive that God didn’t want Florida’s delegates slashed #sayfie @DeanCannon— Matt Gaetz
God asked Abraham to sacrifice Isaac as a test of faith. Now He is sending Isaac to Tampa to sacrifice GOP to renew my faith. Sold #GOP2012— Logan Rappaport
Possible hurricane headed to Tampa Bay during Republican convention. Proof that God hates closeted homosexuals.— MichÎ±eâ„“
I hope a hurricane directly strikes Tampa during the #RNC, as proof of God’s displeasure with racism, misogyny, homophobia and naked greed.— Mobutu Sese Seko
Woops! Isaac is a tropical storm, not a hurricane. Proof god loves the RNC and it’s gay-hating, misogynistic, anti-environment/science ways!— mike dalena
So,if hurricane Isaac tears the mofo roof off the #RNC,will the #GOP sacrifice Paul Ryan to appease their angry god? #science,notcreationism— Brion J. Shreffler
Isnâ€™t strange that the God of Abraham sent TS Isaac to Tampa to warn the GOP not to confirm Romney, a Mormon, as their nominee for president— Jeff
@HuffingtonPost why isn’t Isaac a clear message from god to republicans? Seems they pick and choose just like their bible thumping!— Draigh Lunara
Storm named Isaac (son of Abraham) stopped RNC and support for Obama from GOP Crist (Greek for Christos, i.e. Christ) Hmmm— aPhDStudent
Isaac coming to Florida is God’s way of punishing the republicans and proof that god loves obamacare and Obama is doing what Jesus would do.— Armond Scavo
NEWS ANALYSIS: Potential hurricane Isaac may hit Tampa. Son of Abraham asking GOP to do the political equivalent of killing one’s son? What?— rich masio
Also, now Isaac’s remnants look like they’re going to hit MO or IL. I guess Jesus hates either Todd Akin or Barack Obama.— socratic
We predict that Hurricane’s ABRAHAM and JACOB will be coming to the RNC CONVENTION SOON! The god of ABRAHAM ISAAC and JACOB is on our SIDE!— Booyah Boyz
Tropical storm Isaac is going to hit Florida during the republican national convention. Looks like Jesus is voting for Obama. Shoot!— Lo Shelton
gotta appreciate the irony: god used #isaac to test Abraham’s faith. now it’s the GOP’s turn.— Joshua Stern
Then again, there are always different viewpoints.
Obviously, Isaac is proof that God hates the secularist, elitist liberal academics scheduled to attend APSA in New Orleans next week.— Megan McArdle
@asymmetricinfo Just as obviously, Isaac is proof God owns substantial economic positions in siding, roofing, and umbrella manufacturers.— Epicurean Dealmaker
The New York Times’s Nick Kristoff also weighed in:
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