Friday, November 11, 2005

Pat Robertson is a raving idiot!

Alright, let’s just say this upfront! Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson is an idiot, a schmuck in Yiddish and a total fool! If there IS a God, may HE strike this manic down with throat cancer to silence a voice that simply does NOT need to be heard in this nation, or any other jihadist assembly.
In the latest of what is becoming a traveling circus routine, Robertson, on Thursday night’s “700 Club” (which should equal the total number of viewers) said the following:
"I'd like to say to the good citizens of Dover (Pennsylvania): if there is a disaster in your area, don't turn to God, you just rejected Him from your city. 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.”
This came after the voters, all of whom are Americans at last check, voted their entire school out of office for supporting the creationism under cover concept known as "intelligent design." Eight school board members up for re-election lost their seats after trying to introduce a statement on "intelligent design" to high school biology students.
Proponents of intelligent design argue that certain forms in nature are too “complex” to have evolved through natural selection and must have been created by some sort of supernatural "designer." Opponents, also known as scientists, state that this is the latest attempt by conservatives to introduce religion into the school science curriculum.
The Dover case led to a trial in federal court that gained nationwide attention after the school board was sued by parents backed by the American Civil Liberties Union. The board had ordered its schools to read a short statement to students in biology classes telling them that the theory of evolution was not established fact and that gaps existed in it.
The statement then mentioned intelligent design as an “alternate theory” and recommended students read a book that explained the theory further. That book is actually the Bible, which holds no scientific basis to it; it’s all about religion and specifically ONE religion.
A decision in the case is expected before the end of this year.
The founder of the Christian Broadcasting Network and Christian Coalition has done this before and cannot hear the entire country laughing at him. Must be that any publicity is good publicity so long as you spell the name correctly.
This past summer, Robertson openly called for the assassination of leftist Venezuelan Present Hugo Chavez, one of President George W. Bush’s harshest international critics.
In 1998, Robertson warned Orlando, Fla. that it risked “hurricanes, earthquakes and terrorist bombs” after permitting homosexual organizations to place rainbow flags in support of sexual diversity.
As I said, a raving idiot. He needs to shut up and let the rest of us heathens live in peace from the sounds of his hot air escaping through his mouth.
As I said, a raving idiot. He needs to shut up and let the rest of us heathens live in peace from the sounds of his hot air escaping through his mouth.
Actually, the right Reverend PROVES the theory of evolution. Some humans haven’t evolved enough!


Danmarsh said...

Only one word: Amen.

Danmarsh said...

Another thought. Now that conservative Christians have successfully squashed homosexuals like a bug under their heels in Texas, and are touting their "majority rules" numbers in the Prop. 2 vote, how much longer until they push for legislation that will banish all homosexuals in this country to Russian gulags - or jail them? After all, God is behind them, and God backs the masses, doesn't He? I'm so happy to now live in a country where bullies and bigots can tell people what to do because now, hallelujah, it's all God's will
As for Pat Robertson, this country deserves everything it has coming to it, precisely because of hypocritical religious bigots like him. May God have mercy on all of us.

dan said...

To see how stupid bestselling author Rick Warren, a Christian pastor
who wrote "The Purpose-riven Life", is, look at what he said to Larry
King on CNN the other day. It shows how empty and dumb many evangelly Christian
pastors are, including this Rick Warren guy, a very stupid and dumb
person. It makes me feel sorry for what America has become, having
embraced a very stupid and dumb version of Christianity. Sad.

At first, Larry King, says: "In the past, Rick, you will admit the
evangelicals and a lot in
the church didn't look at AIDS."

WARREN: Oh, yes.

KING: Didn't deal with it and in fact called it God's revenge against gays.

WARREN: Yes, yes. Well, you know, they were wrong and we were wrong to
be quiet. I never called it that but we were wrong to not speak up.
The fact is AIDS is not a gay plague. AIDS is a human plague and it
involves -- actually more women have AIDS than men do.

Later, in the same interview, Larry King says:"Back to

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AIDS and the gay community, you know there are some gay activists who
are wary of this sudden evangelical interest in AIDS is the desire to
change their sexual preference.

WARREN: ...Now people ask me all the time what do you think about
homosexuality, OK? Well, I don't approach it -- I approach it like
this. When you look at a female body and you look at a male body it
seems that naturally certain parts go together.

KING: It seems that way, therefore how do you explain why someone is homosexual?

WARREN: I don't explain it. I don't explain it.

KING: Well, then that doesn't suffice.

WARREN: Well, and...

KING: Do you know why women, why you like women, just because the body
is shaped differently?

WARREN: Oh, no, I'm sure I know why I like women.

KING: You do?

WARREN: I think -- I think I was wired by God to like women. I think they...

KING: So, what did he do to the gay person, God?

WARREN: I don't know that God did that. I really don't.

KING: You mean he did it to you but he didn't do it to them?

WARREN: You know, Larry, we all have instincts and we all have urges
and we all have desires. That doesn't necessarily mean that I fulfill
all of them. In other words, as a heterosexual man I might desire to
have sex with 100 women. That doesn't mean I do it because that
wouldn't be the right thing.

KING: All right, but if you desire another man and you're a man and
you're an adult, who are you harming if the two of you agree and it's
your life?


KING: It's not Rick Warren's life or Larry King's life. It's their life.

Here's the kicker,which shows how stupid Rick Warren really is, when
he asks how can a person believe in Darwin's theory of evolution AND
homosexuality at the same time. What a stupid, bigoted man he is!

He tells Larry King: "Well, again, I would just say I think to me the issue is,

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is it natural? Is it the natural thing? I mean here's an interesting
thing I have to ask. How can you believe in Darwin's theory of
evolution and homosexuality at the same time? Now think about this. If
Darwin was right, which is survival of the fittest then homosexuality
would be a recessive gene because it doesn't reproduce and you would
think that over thousands of years that homosexuality would work
itself out of the gene pool.