TEA Party Candidate Disappears References to Supernatural Schooling

References to TEA Party Republican candidate Sarah Laszloffy’s stint at the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry, have disappeared from her Facebook profile.  (pictured)

Laszloffy’s profile had previously included her attendance at the “school” where students of all ages come to learn how to live  ”a supernatural lifestyle” including how to cast out demons and bringing the dead back to life.  [Here’s the screenshot]

The reference was removed after the Cowgirl blog brought her background to light. Now, the page simply says Laszloffy “went to homeschool.”

Posted: May 10, 2012 at 7:20 pm

This post was written by Cowgirl

10 thoughts on “TEA Party Candidate Disappears References to Supernatural Schooling

  1. Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers

    IT’S THE PUBBIE HEALTH CARE PLAN! You see, if Dr. Annie Pukeacheck can’t PRAY them healthy again (and charge the hated gubmint BIG time for her services), and the poor patient expires, THEN we can call on the services of Joy Laffloopy, a professional TRAINED in the supernatural arts, and she can raise’em UP from the dead!

    Wow! I can’t WAIT for the gubmint to funnel even MORE money into faith based programs! In fact, I’M even thinkin’ that I might retrain as a faith healer myself! Hey, why not? I should be able to raise at LEAST as many from the dead as Ms. Laffloopy! And heck, I can pray over the sickos with the best of them, just like Annie Pukeacheck!

    Hated gubmint money, here I come! Amereeka, WHAT A COUNTRY!

    1. Larry Kralj, Environmental Rangers

      That’s called pray away THAT gay! And it worked! The dude died in 2004! Joy Laffloopy’s valiant efforts to raise him UP from the dead failed, so Mittens just baptized him as Mormon and gave him his own plane and a bunch of celestial wives! And everyone lived happily ever after!

    1. Tim

      That’s not the name of the college, it’s name is the “Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry” where she took international studies classes. The entire school is about supernatural ministry, so this means Laszloffy studies doing supernatural ministry internationally.

    2. Rob Kailey

      Tim appears to be correct, and the Billings Gazette (and you, RimRocks Gal) are not. The Billings Gazette reports that Laszloffy attended Bethel College in Indiana. The screen shot that Cowgirl has posted shows Laszloffy claiming clearly that she attended the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (that would be in Redding, California.) I can’t say that I’m terribly surprised that the Gazette got this wrong.

      1. Havre Voter

        I believe the Gazette just says “Bethel College” no mention to where and no mention of Indiana. It appears Laszloffy left off the end so as not to appear a weirdo in the Gazette.

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