Rocky Twyman is a community organizer, church choir director and public relations consultant from the D.C. suburbs who managed to draw some attention to himself for his profoundly moronic solution to surging gas prices in 2008: prayer. Now, I am sure he is not the only one who has tried that one, but Twyman even went on a tour, staging prayers asking God for cheaper gas in DC (with volunteers from a soup kitchen joining in), at a San Francisco Chevron station, in Oakland (church members) and probably elsewhere. He has also suggested that the economy would recover and everything be perfect in America if President Obama would just emulate Tim Tebow and get on his knees to pray more often; “the answer is simple,” according to Twyman: “Tebow gives God glory for his success and God in turn blesses him.” Twyman has yet had scantt success with getting his insightful economic models into peer-reviewed economy journals (or in lowering gas prices, for that matter). Perhaps it is because he doesn’t discuss the question of whether people may already be praying for wealth and a flourishing economy, with negligible success.
Diagnosis: He doesn’t really understand how it works, and is sufficiently brazen about it that he’s earned himself some media time for his ignorance and idiocy. Probably harmless.
As a Young Black American I feel Rocky Twyman Is a good inspiration to this society. Informing those that are uninformed about life ideology. He Encourage young adults by giving them an opportunity to let the voice be heard, leading them in politics views that embrace them to get involved in wanting to know how politics work and finally, having them teach others that are misinformed. Im Simply saying Having media is better then having No media at all . According to this blog Everyone is entitled to there own opinion - let your voice be heard........ReplyDelete
Who are you to speak if Rocky. Clearly you don't know him. Who is g.d?ReplyDelete
Given his lack of success in the NFL, I guess ole Tebow didn't pray hard enough to god to improve his lamentable passing accuracy.ReplyDelete