The Campaign For DA


Has He Done Anything?

If he has, I apologize. If he has not, he confirms he is a snake oil salesman.


Anonymous said...

My instinct tells me, he and his lovely wife and children flew out on a private jet last Thursday.

He of course ask for prayers, which you know replace a place to sleep and eat while your town is floating away.

Anonymous said...

What have you done?

Anonymous said...

Take heed that ye do not your righteousness before men, to be seen of them: else ye have no reward of your Father which is in heaven. When thou doest alms, sound not a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men.

Anonymous said...

As 10:05 said, he is gone on his private jet and probably sitting in his condo in Vail or Jackson Hole. But he will be sure and tweet out prayers to everyone left behind!

Anonymous said...

Remember Barry does NOTHING...He observes and judges...that's all

Anonymous said...

Barry offers no solutions...he does not provide balanced observations of what goes on around him...he just observes......

Richard Lowry said...


You just like to stir the pot.

Dear Houstonians! Lakewood Church is inaccessible due to severe flooding! We want to help make sure you are safe. Please see the list below for safe shelters around our city, and please share this with those in need!

National Guard Rescue Phone Line: 281-464-4851
Phone line to pick up a group to be taken to a shelter 713-426-9404
Shelters are beginning to open up around the Houston Area for those displaced by the storm.
George R. Brown Convention Center
Downtown Houston
1001 Avenida De Las Americas,
Houston, TX 77010
M.O. Campbell Education Center
1865 Aldine Bender Rd.
Houston, Texas 77032
Star of Hope (Houston Downtown)
1900 N. Downing. Residents must have identification in order to enter the shelter.
The Salvation Army (Houston Downtown)
Harbor Light Center for men at 2407 North Main, Sally's House for women at 1717 Congress Ave. and Family Residence at 1603 McGowen St. for those seeking refuge from the storm.
Star of Hope's Men's Development Center
(Houston's Downtown)
1811 Ruiz St. is offering immediate shelter to any men living on the street and seeking a safe, dry place to ride out the storm. The organization's women and families shelter is already at capacity.
Calvary Baptist Church shelter is open at 816 North Blair, Cleveland, Texas.
Red Cross has opened a shelter at Living Stones Church in Alvin, at 1407 Victory Lane.
The Salvation Army has opened Conroe's Red Shield Lodge at 304 Avenue E for those seeking refuge from the storm.
The City of Friendswood Emergency Operations Center has opened the city's Activity Building, located at 416 Morningside Dr. as an emergency shelter for people being picked up from their homes by the Friendswood Police Department.
Dobie High School
10220 Blackhawk Blvd, Houston, TX 77089
Has been set up as a Red Cross rescue location for families in need of refuge from Harvey. Assistance will be available on the gym side turn around.

wordkyle said...

Okay, it took about ten seconds to google the answer: "Although Lakewood Church has a history of providing shelter to those in need, the severe flooding has made the campus “inaccessible due to severe flooding,” according to another Facebook post.

In addition to hosting a benefit concert after 2016’s devastating floods, Lakewood Church sheltered about 5,000 displaced Texans when a 2001 tropical storm left Houston with more than 30 inches of rain."

Ten seconds of effort and you could have avoided a bunch of ignorant, bigoted comments. I don't care two whits about Osteen, but c'mon.

Anonymous said...

Osteen is a blood sucking snake that prays on the stupid poor people of the gullible world.

Anonymous said...

Lakewood Church should have Van Halen there, doing a benefit, since it was the former Summit arena

Anonymous said...

10:58 - That would be cool. I prefer Sammy to sing.

Anonymous said...

Osteen's facility may not be flooded after all.

-via Mac Engel's Twitter page

Anonymous said...

Joel Osteen himself and his family, did flee the state. He has not offered up one dollar of his own money.

Anyone can put out a list of other people to call.

He and TD Jakes, both pled for diligent prayer warriors to make it all better.

As my parishioners use food stamps and worry about rent, me and my 20,000 dollar watches, will plead for other poor people to give me more, that we will quickly use to buy more Rolls Royces (Jakes) and private jets.

Oh there are homeless people in my church? Somebody pray for them as you throw them the hell out. I will not sacrifice one moment of my time or money for any of you. I will ask for prayer over and over, because it don't cost a dime.

Send us 20 more dollars and I will ask for prayer again.

Anonymous said...

Are you going to see UNT play this year Barry? After your ignorant speculation, it would be appropriate.

Anonymous said...

World of difference having 10,000 people in a building for two hours for church services versus having them there for even just 24 hours. The building would not at all be designed for it things would fall apart almost immediately toilets will be overflowing etc etc etc. For that matter where would they sleep sitting up?
That guy is a creep and highly hateable but he shouldn't get any grief over this issue

Anonymous said...

Please send your financial donations to the us and we will double our effort!

Jodie Smith said...

You idiots need to come to Houston. Lakewood is completely accessible!

Anonymous said...

The hot sun called more preachers than the lord ever did.

Anonymous said...