#PrayforBoston trends, but some callous Twitters users say ‘Don’t pray for Boston’
As the nation reels from the Boston Marathon bombing aftermath and the hunt for suspects and answers continues, many Americans have put politics and differences aside to unite in prayer for the victims. #prayforboston is the top trending topic now on Twitter.
Unfortunately, some people stubbornly cling to asshattery. They need prayers, too.
Don’t pray for Boston. That won’t help.
— The Night Stalker (@_NightProwler_) April 15, 2013
Good, those running fucks needed to get blown the fuck up goddamn. Don’t pray for Boston, goddamn.
— lord nick mate (@tr6ple) April 15, 2013
I feel for the victims’ families, but seriously, save the crap. Pray for Syria, pray for Palestine, pray for Iraq, but don’t pray for Boston
— Ilúvë (@jihaneabouzeid) April 15, 2013
— Bobby Raham (@b_ram808) April 15, 2013
Fuck sakes, don’t pray for Boston. Either do something or don’t. Praying never helped anyone.
— AEON|Dante (@nzaeon) April 15, 2013
You can do more than one thing at a time, folks.
Don’t pray for Boston, act for Boston. Way more useful in my opinion #Boston
— LexiPerry (@LexiKPerry08) April 15, 2013
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