ya know CP, I actually cursed someone once, after MONTHS of getting extreme mean-spirited verbal abuse from a co-worker. She had seniority over me and I had been just taking it and taking it and praying it to God. On this day it was so mean and I got so mad that I went in the bathroom and prayed to God to curse the ground she walked on. She was a writer, and I prayed she couldn't write for a whole day. Guess what happened. That whole day she sat in front of her computer and couldn't write. I heard her go into the boss and say she couldn't understand it, she had writer's block for the first time. When she finally did write something, I was on the proofing team and all the other proofers shook their heads and couldn't believe this person had written it, it was so bad.
I was shaking for days. I felt like a 2 year old (my Christian maturity) with a loaded gun. It really freaked me out. This woman was a Christian (hard to believe) and I think God spoke to her because the next day she apologized to me. It also took her a little more than a day to get back to normal.
Christians really can curse and if God is in agreement...wow. And it's Biblical, Paul did it to someone who was (I think the Bible said perverting the scriptures). Man went blind for a time.
I've been really careful not to curse anyone since. Heavy stuff. Can't do that lightly. Really shook me.
I'm not asking anyone to do that. I'm asking people to engage in normal political activity up to at least the legal limit. This includes truth-telling even of the most painful kind.
One does need to be cautious about expressing angry wishes to God against people, for drastic action. Remember Satan is in there too and if it is not a godly wish, Satan can ask God for permission to act and sometimes God grants that permission. It might not technically be "sorcery" but it comes close.