posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 11:27 AM
I am a wisconsin native, this area is fairly well known, and most people that live here at any rate know that its nothing special, just one of those
places people talk about en masse until people with problems hear about it and think "yay magic"
Look, I think it's great your son lived (I have had much more than my fair share of family difficulties, near death, and deaths) but I don't see
that as any reason give credit to a fairy tale. If this god is so great and wonderful and saved your son; What exactly is so difficult about
correcting the other issues in the world? Oh. A plan, a divine plan, which is a cop out. There are many logical problems with a god. Be glad those
chances were 11 million to 1 and not 11 million to 0. (No such ratio I realize, just a colloquialism) I realize the fervent zealots will make snide,
self up-lifting, and posturing remarks, and that's fine. You'll never agree with me, and I'll never agree with you.
All I'm saying is, be glad your son lived, but don't put credit where it doesn't belong.