Friday, November 11, 2005

Pat Robertson's Witch Curse


Pat Robertson Has Gone Batshit. The town of Dover, PA rejected a motion to institute the teaching of "intelligent design" in its schools this week. And so, of course, neo-conservative, Christian nut jobs have begun to prophecy the Apocalypse.

Pat Robertson, the televangelist from Virginia Beach placed a good ole curse on the town of Dover on his show, "The 700 Club". He said,

"I'd like to say to the good citizens of Dover: if there is a disaster in your area, don't turn to God, you just rejected Him from your city," He went on to say, "And don't wonder why He hasn't helped you when problems begin, if they begin. I'm not saying they will, but if they do, just remember, you just voted God out of your city. And if that's the case, don't ask for His help because he might not be there,"

OK, I don't consider myself a devout Christian but I know the Anti-Christ when I see it. Pat Roberston has twisted Christianity into a whorish, perverted mess and has TOTALLY missed the point. Why are people still tuning in to watch his little circus show? I mean Jesus Christ forgave even the men who spit in his face and drove nails into his hands, but the people of Dover? Pat Robertson says God f##king hates them.

And now, a juxtaposed picture of poop:

10 comments:

LindseyD said...

Ha! That guy is a f'n nutjob to the 10th power. And all these new "intelligent designers" are trying to say this isn't a religious issue. *sigh* Can we just put him in a padded cell and get it over with? Sooner or later he's going to say that Chavez is popping little bin Laden's out his penis after having GAY sex with Lucifer.

The only reason these freaks want armageddon to come so badly is because instead of locusts, God is gonna send down masses of mini vibrators with cute, tiny anal tickling wings. LOL

The Silent Observer said...

This is fine example of liberal media bias. Nowhere does Robertson say that bad things will happen to the people there because they rejected God. In fact, he explicitly states, "I'm not saying they will."

Robertson's statement is akin to one I heard in an interview in the aftermath of 9/11. Some reporter asked Billy Graham's daughter where God was with all the bad things happening. She said something like "For years we've been telling God to get out of our schools, get out of our government, and to get out of our lives. Then when something bad happens, we ask 'Where's God?'"

But I can't turn on the radio without someone saying Pat Robertson is predicting natural disasters are going to turn Pennsylvania into a greasy spot on the map. It's simply not there. Chill out.

Anonymous said...

Actually, what Robertson said, essentially, was "God has abandoned your little town. He has forsaken you. You are sinners and he will not help you in time of need." If that doesn't make him the biggest blood belching vagina on earth, then I don't know what does.

Anonymous said...

agreed. Roberson's a vagina.

The Silent Observer said...

Actually, what Robertson said, essentially, was "God has abandoned your little town. He has forsaken you. You are sinners and he will not help you in time of need."

Again, I read Robertson's words and then your summary, and I see absolutely no correlation. It may help if you point out to me which of his statements bring you to those conclusions.

Anonymous said...

Silent,

I think the point is: Who is Pat Robertson to decide what God will abandon?

Perhaps you could offer an explanation?

We're listening, Silent...

The Silent Observer said...

Who is Pat Robertson to decide what God will abandon?

I, nor Pat Robertson, have said anything about what God will abandon. Those are your words, not his, and not mine. Robertson didn't say God was rejecting Dover, he said Dover rejected God.

Now that we're all on the same page, maybe we can have an intelligent discussion.

Anonymous said...

"God is tolerant and loving, but we can't keep sticking our finger in his eye forever," Robertson said. "If they have future problems in Dover, I recommend they call on Charles Darwin. Maybe he can help them."

That's very clever, but I don't remember God ever stopping natural disasters. But I have heard people accuse Him of starting them. Maybe God could be reached for comment.

btw, I hope one day we can live in a world where natural disasters won't be used for political and religious agendas. But, of course, that will never happen.

The Silent Observer said...

That's very clever, but I don't remember God ever stopping natural disasters.

Mark 4:39
Exodus 9:29
Ps. 89:9
etc...
etc... etc...

Anonymous said...

How 'bout a REAL one...