James Hartline Knows The REAL REASON Chicago Lost The Olympics

Jim Burroway

October 5th, 2009

James HartlineYou won’t read this in the mainstream media because its being held captive by the homosexual agenda. But the real reason Chicago lost the 2016 Summer Olympics — and James Hartline is the only one who knows this — is because he and others prayed away the games:

Because former homosexual James Hartline and the other Christians were willing to risk their lives for the Gospel while the world was glorifying homosexuality in Chicago, the Spirit of the Lord was released upon Chicago’s demonic gay agenda in 2006.

The Spirit of the Lord began contending with the anti-christ spirit inside the City of Chicago from that day forward. Thus, when President Barack Obama, Chicago Mayor Richard Daley and their armies of gay activist supporters in Boys Town attempt to square the reasons for their failure to garner an Olympic Bid for the Windy City, they had better recount the day that the Wind of the Holy Spirit was emparted into Chicago in 2006.

Rio!There he goes again, writing about himself in the third person. But given the choice between Rio de Janeiro and Chicago, I think Rio’s way gayer.

Lindoro Almaviva

October 5th, 2009

Rio is so gay, it might as well change its name to Rio gay Janeiro.

I do not doubt the power of prayer, I have experienced it myself; but come on. this is ridiculous.

Candace

October 5th, 2009

While Mister Former Homosexual Hartline was asking god to banish The Gay from Chicago forever and ever, he should have put in a word or two about the crime and gang violence and poverty and sickness, too. Not that any of those are as important as Getting The Gay out of Chicago, of course.

I’d say the demons he’s trying so hard to banish are still his own.

elaygee

October 5th, 2009

Thats’s the funniest part, Rio is a thousand times gayer than Chicago. Maybe the Windy City wasn;t Gay enough?

Johnson

October 5th, 2009

Ya think Candace??? Always be most careful of those who rant the loudest about someone else’s “Sin”. They are virtually 100% guilty of same.

Timothy Kincaid

October 5th, 2009

Poor James. The guy suffers from mental illness, so as much as he annoys me, I pity him.

Burr

October 5th, 2009

Chicago was just a bad host city. I’m tired of people using it to score political points. It was eliminated in the first round. No prayer was needed, and no message was being sent to Obama or the U.S. except “pick a better city next time” or “look it’s about time we had an Olympics in South America.”

Eddie89

October 5th, 2009

LOL!

If “God was in the mix” for saving Chicago from hosting the Olympics in 2016, you would think that “God” would have just made a guest appearance in Copenhagen and told the entire planet to obey his commandments.

Some of these people are simply and dangerously delusional.

AdrianT

October 6th, 2009

James Hartline’s crazed, hate-fuelled screeds attract a healthy flow of mockery and derision on his blog – all of which he thoroughly deserves. The man is, after all, a nutcase. I guess the masochistic desire to fulfull the prophecy of Matthew 5:11 drives him to accept these comments. That is more than can be said for the equally nutty Peter LaBarbera.

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