Oh, Gordon Klingenschmitt. You’re just so transparent. In a post on his website about the Supreme Court ruling — really just a disguised article to get you to send him money — he tells his followers that he and they actually helped win the case!
Hallelujah! Today YOU helped score a VICTORY at the U.S. Supreme Court, reaching the pinnacle of seven years of work and prayer with The Pray In Jesus Name Project.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that it’s OK for pastors to pray “in Jesus’ name” at city council meetings. Five opinions were written in Greece v. Galloway, with three supporting opinions and two opposing.
Gee Gordon, how exactly did you or they help score that victory? I don’t recall you being involved in arguing the case before the court. Oh, you mean that you helped because you acted as a cheerleader? Good for you. But this is really just a way to get people to send him money on the premise that it’s actually doing something effective. There are four — four
— links in the text of that single post to a page
where you can sign an “urgent petition” to tell Congress to pass a bill to “let military chaplains pray their conscience.” And Klingenschmitt will graciously fax it to “all 536 Senators and Congressmen AND PRESIDENT OBAMA for just $129.” What a deal!