Pastor Rick Warren got a call from Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) this week seeking help in dealing with the "unfair, unjust attacks" the GOP vice presidential candidate believes she has come under.
On a Los Angeles radio show, co-host Kathryn Milofsky asked Warren what one question he would direct at Palin if he was able to have her sit down for a forum like the one he hosted last month with John McCain and Barack Obama at his Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, California.
"Well actually she called me yesterday," Warren said. "The question I asked her was 'how can I pray for you?'"
If you read this carefully, it appears that Rick Warren is trying to lead us to believe that a beleagered Sarah Palin called him seeking spiritual guidance, when actually she was returning his call.
Palin's camp calls to say that the Alaska Gov. was returning Warren's call. According a Palin spokeswoman, Warren called her on Saturday September 6 and she returned his call on Monday September 8. The Monday phone call is when the above conversation described by Warren took place.
Governor Palin has her own pastor, one that will not be babbling about private conversations into the first microphone he gets in front of.
Pastor Warren, the first step in recovery is admitting the problem.