I pray to Jesus to intercede for them, as the Bible tells us to. No need to be obstinate and ridiculous. Or is there...?
If a friend of yours is sick, you intercede by praying for them, and this is a virtue and even a Christian duty. Okay, so far so good. But, if the Blessed Virgin prays for that same person that you did, her act is not a virtue. It has now become blasphemy which denies the work of Christ. How do you manage that kind of tortuous reasoning? Do you believe that the saints graduate from virtue and charity?
And you call my reasoning "tortured?" Wow.
In case you didn't know it, the "blessed virgin" is dead, and can't pray for anyone. Me praying to God in the Name of Jesus as my "intercessor" is what the Bible tells me to do. Doing so does not make me the intercessor. I'm just one of the faithful following Biblical encouragement.
That your need to so distort clear fact (i.e., asserting that the deceased Mary "prays" for someone because you errantly ask her to) isn't a hint to you about how far off-base you are is the surest sign that you're in the Enemy's wretched grasp, and doing his vile work.
I will pray that the scales be removed from your eyes, and that your hardened heart be quickened to His perfect Word. I will not continue to dialogue with you, thus encouraging your sinful deceitfulness in this manner.