In an interview with Jame Dobson, Sarah Palin said that her (and McCain’s) sagging poll numbers:
strengthens my faith because I know at the end of the day putting this in God’s hands, the right thing for America will be done, at the end of the day on Nov. 4.
Now I wonder what you all think, and this is an honest question, if Obama wins, will she say that the right thing was for her to lose? Will she assert, “God has done the right thing”?
Do you think her faith will make her believe, after losing, that her winning would have been bad (or in any case worse) for America than Obama winning?
Seriously, what does this kind of faith make you think after you put all your trust in it? After you say, “God will do the right thing,” but you’re prayers are declined — does one then have the strength of one’s own faith and convictions? Will Sarah Palin stand up and say, “I guess I was wrong — God has chosen Barack Obama, he is what is right for America!”
And even if she can’t say it, could she possibly believe it? Is her faith that strong?