Liberty Counsel Unveils 'Adopt a Liberal' Cards

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WASHINGTON -- Twenty dollars for a deck of cards might seem a bit pricey. But what if -- what you did with that deck could change the destiny of your nation?

Matt Staver, founder and chairman of the religious rights group the Liberty Counsel, seems to believe such a phenomenon is possible.

Recently, the organization was unveiling a new product at the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington - the "Adopt a Liberal" deck of cards.

"We have a card deck of 51 cards," Staver explained. "That is one card short of a full deck."

Staver says the idea may be humorous, but it's also meant to really get people praying, like the Bible commands.

"It doesn't say to pray just for those you like or whom you agree with, but pray for our leaders," Staver said. "And we have a lot of liberal leaders who have anti-life, anti-family and anti-liberty policies."

Many high-profile Democrats can be found in the deck such as Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former DNC Chairman Howard Dean. The deck also contains Republicans like California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maine moderate Susan Collins.

And "of course Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Barney Frank," Staver added.

There are also media personalities like Michael Moore and Bill Maher as well. There's even an unknown liberal card so a person can pray for the liberal of their choosing.

"We're asking people to pray for them because we believe God is a God of miracles," Staver said. "And like the apostle Paul, we're looking for the Damascus road experience."

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