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Here’s some ridiculous rhetoric to start your week from a voice we thankfully haven’t heard much from recently, Pat Roberston.

Roberston was beside himself last week on the 700 Club after President Obama signed the Matthew Shephard Hate Crimes Prevention Act into law.

Apparently, any measure to protect gay people is a direct attack on Christians by the people who support such legislation. Robertson thinks more is coming of course.

We have voted into office a group of people who are opposed to many of the fundamental Christian beliefs of our nation. And they hold to radical ideology, and they are beginning put people sharing their points of view into high office.

Next thing you know, everybody might have access to health care. What is this world coming to?

2 Comments


  1. TT

    November 2, 2009 at 10:26 am

    Pat Robertson is another worn out and outdated homophobe
    of the Jesse Helms variety.
    He should pray and ask God what to do. Actually though,he
    prays and tells God what to do.

  2. Alex

    November 2, 2009 at 4:20 pm

    Pat Robertson has had only one goal and that is to make money. The scary thing is people buy into it. He is like the insurance companies taking as much from anyone he can even those who can not afford it. Mega churches like the health insurance companies should be for profit companies. My father was a minister in Virginia Beach and got angry because old ladies on fixed incomes were sending Robertson all their money.

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