Check out this unbelievable, immature piece of crap. It's a video of Stuart Shepard, some kind of high muckity-muck in the Colorado-based religious organization Focus on the Family, praying for rain. Specifically, he asks people to pray for rain in a few weeks, on the night Barack Obama is scheduled to deliver a speech at Mile High Stadium, so as to ruin the event. Shepard asks, "would it be wrong" to pray for that?
There are drought conditions in parts of the world leaving many with insufficient drinking water for a reasonable level of survival. Is this man asking that people pray for rain to relieve some of that suffering? No. He wants rain to spoil a party for a political candidate he doesn't like.
It's one thing to say, "I don't like that guy, I hope it rains on him and his fans." But to pray to your particular Almighty Power that this happens? What is this, Ancient Greece? You're literally asking for God to hurl thunderbolts at your enemies!
Love your neighbor as yourself. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. I confess to being pretty fuzzy on the Bible, but I'm pretty sure those are some pretty key concepts found therein. Focus on the Family and the people leading it like Stuart Shepard should pay more attention to those parts of the Bible and not all that archaic garbage in Leviticus.
But then, if these people are right and their God is waiting for them in the afterlife, I'm sure he'll tell them what giant infantile douchebags they were in their time on Earth.