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God to Robertson: ‘Say Something Crazy’

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Posted on Jan 3, 2007
Pat Robertson
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Pat Robertson is at it again, this time claiming God told him that a major terrorist attack in 2007—possibly nuclear—would result in “mass killing.” The preacher on Tuesday demanded partial credit for predicting a possible tsunami last year, citing spring rains that drenched New England, so don’t rush to judge this latest communique.


AP:

“I’m not necessarily saying it’s going to be nuclear,” he said during his news-and-talk television show “The 700 Club” on the Christian Broadcasting Network. “The Lord didn’t say nuclear. But I do believe it will be something like that.”

Robertson said God told him during a recent prayer retreat that major cities and possibly millions of people will be affected by the attack, which should take place sometime after September.

Robertson said God also told him that the U.S. only feigns friendship with Israel and that U.S. policies are pushing Israel toward “national suicide.”

Robertson suggested in January 2006 that God punished then-Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon with a stroke for ceding Israeli-controlled land to the Palestinians.

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By Skruff, January 12, 2007 at 7:41 am Link to this comment
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Comment #46948 by Sindy Peehand on 1/11 at 9:55 am

“....our government decided that after promising our soldiers that if they had served in Iraq or Afghanistan they would not have to go back for at least five years, now they do.”


It is amazing to me that ANYONE would believe a government (ours or any one else’s) History is replete with examples of purfidy and betrayal of the “troops” who are supposed to have “respect” from “patriotic” leaders.

The Founding fathers promised soldiers in the Revolutionary War land and money for their efforts, the land was in areas not secured as yet, and the money (called combat script) was worthless for anything other than paying taxes.  President Hoover (A Quaker by religion) ordered McArthur to fire on our WW I troops when they (as retired soldiers) came to Washington to ask for their “bonuses” promised by the government for “combat pay.  WW II soldiers were promised “health-care-for-life” by the Roosvelt administration a promise which lasted until they returned to US soil.

Everytime we fight a war, we talk a great and patriotic game, BUT as soon as wounded soldiers begin arriving home, the first thing the government does is begin to close veterans hospitals.  Did you know that fully 30% of our jail population, and 52% of our mental hospital population are veterans?

NEVER believe the government!!

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By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 11, 2007 at 5:03 pm Link to this comment
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“Do you suggest that the USA practice isolationism? To me that is heartless and cowardly”

If there is a choice between isolationism and nuking Iran—-I’ll stick with isolationism. 

Historically the raison d’etre for military intervention is not to create democracy or to “save” the world—economic expansionism or the protection of U.S. resources is the impetus for all military actions—-it’s surprising that, you didn’t become cognizant of this during your stay in the military.

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By Sindy Peehand, January 11, 2007 at 4:22 pm Link to this comment
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You’re a good man Harry! Congratulations on the 28 years. That takes strong determination. Glad I had the chance to talk to ya. Stay strong. We seem to agree on a lot of things.

It’s been good talking to you all and offending some. I think it’s time for me to move on. See ya on the next thread.

Ciao!

SP

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By Harry H Snyder III, January 11, 2007 at 2:08 pm Link to this comment
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Comment #46850 by Sindy Peehand on 1/10 at 10:51 pm says:

“I am glad I decided to make a change for the better. “

I sure-as-hell hear that!!!!

I won’t tell you a sad story, BUT in the early Seventies I found myself at the bottom of a liquor bottle, and on the verge of suicide, 

Tried Jesus, Buddha, and Allah…. Didn’t work…

Then I tried me… worked like a charm.

Got off my ass, looked around Worcester Mass (where I found myself when I peered through the daze) and saw lots of stuff that needed doing.

I’ve been a Foster parent to over 100 “street children” and haven’t had a drink in 28 years.


I don’t believe in charity, unless it is a “helping hand to someone (directly, never money)

I believe there is no such thing as “a job beneth me” unless it is slavery, and I believe if folks would give up thoughts of “the hereafter” they would realize this is the only shot we have and they would use their time to better advantage…. as you have.

Luck and give your children a good ruffle for me!!

Harry H. Snyder III AKA Skruff

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By Sindy Peehand, January 11, 2007 at 10:55 am Link to this comment
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Skruff~
I agree with you.

The Iraqis should have taken him out.

Did you guys hear this morning that our government decided that after promising our soldiers that if they had served in Iraq or Afghanistan they would not have to go back for at least five years, now they do.

That is total crap. Nice how politicians changes the rules to fit what ever agenda they are currently trying to push. Like I said, There are no good politicians!

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By Skruff, January 11, 2007 at 7:06 am Link to this comment
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Comment #46667 by Sindy Peehand on 1/10 at 9:25 am

“The problem with Iraq is that we should have taken out Saddam the first time we went there.”

Now we disagree.  We should never have gone there, first or ever.

Saddam’s people should have “taken him out” if that was their choice.

I have found in my limited experience that “democracy” like “communism” is best installed and removed by the people affected.  In fact, in all American history we have NEVER installed a successful government EXCEPT here in our own land…... and even that is still in process.

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By Sindy Peehand, January 10, 2007 at 11:51 pm Link to this comment
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Eleanore~

Do you suggest that the USA practice isolationism? To me that is heartless and cowardly.

If not then what do you suggest we do when we see genocide or regimes that use torture as a means of keeping it’s citizens in line? How many babies need to be chopped up before someone decides that it is time to do something about it?

If you get the chance rent “The Incident” on DVD staring Martin Sheen. It is really interesting what takes place when people think that as long as they don’t get involved they will be safe. But if they all made a stand together everyone would be safe.

It’s a good movie and worth watching.

Skruff~
I believe in being a father. The most important things in the world to me are my children. It pains me to see kids with parents that don’t care about them. Spend as much time with your kids, read to them, snuggle them, protect them.

I believe in personal responsibility.

I believe in being the best person you can be. Lend a helping hand to those that need it. Don’t just donate money to a good cause, donate your time and your labor.
Don’t blame your present situation on the past. Pick yourself up and make a change for the better.
I see to may people say that they can’t work or get a decent job because they have (Insert trendy affliction here)
I could have done that but I didn’t want to waste my life. I found out a long time ago that the only one that is going to change my life for the better is me so I better get up and do something about it. If you don’t like your present situation then do something about it.
I did and now I have a great family, wonderful job and a nice life. It could have been so much different if I had decided to sit on my ass and draw social security. I am glad I decided to make a change for the better.

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By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 10, 2007 at 7:14 pm Link to this comment
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“That was after Saddam’s people raped and murdered the cleric’s sister in front of him. I speak of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr. Look him up and read how your precious Saddam took care of him.”

Sindy,
The murder and torture of the cleric and his sister is certainly horrible, but is it worth the killing of more than 600,000 Iraqis, 3,000 U.S. troops; 20,0000 casualties, and billions of U.S. tax dollars stolen in corrupt war profiteering scams; I doubt it. 

There are dictators enthroned in every continent and genocide in third world countries is a way of life—should the U.S. invade the entire planet? 

Sindy, if you look carefully at why political uprising occur, you will understand why one mans “terrorist,” is another mans “freedom fighter.”

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By Sindy Peehand, January 10, 2007 at 10:25 am Link to this comment
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Eleanore~
Yes, it can be applied to any government. Even Iraq. Do you agree that what I said about the making of a terrorist is definitely a possibility?

I never said that Iraq had anything to do with the World Trade Center bombings. I only said that I am glad Saddam is dead.

You seem to think that I am defending Bush’s actions. I don’t believe I have written in any of my post that I am defending the Presidents decision to invade Iraq. In fact I said we went there for the wrong reasons.

However, I do believe we needed to take out Saddam and his Government. He was a cruel dictator. Haven’t you ever read about the torture and killings Saddam ordered and took part in? You should look in to the killing of a cleric where Saddam’s people killed him by hammering nails into the clerics head and then set him on fire. That was after Saddam’s people raped and murdered the clerics sister in front of him. I speak of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Baqir Al-Sadr. Look him up and read how your precious Saddam took care of him.

The problem with Iraq is that we should have taken out Saddam the first time we went there.

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By Skruff, January 10, 2007 at 7:12 am Link to this comment
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Sindy, you say:

I have yet to see a politician that lives what he or she preaches. They all seem to have skeletons in the closet. They all seem to have their own political agenda to further their careers. Maybe you can help me find a worthy politician.
....and I agree, BUT I didn’t ask you about politicials. I asked who you support or believe in. 

For me it is the concept of “true justice” handed down to us by our forefathers. 

“True” meaning for all.

I’m also a believer in George Fox’ “Walk in the light”
although Fos’s light and mine differ.

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By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 9, 2007 at 8:57 pm Link to this comment
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“You ask why I think Terrorism exist? It exists because a person with influence wants to further their religious, political or financial aspiration. In so doing they recruit people who are easily manipulated and tell them that another group of people are trying to take away their way of life. This creates resentment among this group, which allows the leader to feed more fuel to the fire. Once the fires are lit, the winds of violence fan the flames and the path to destruction is made clear.”

Sindy,
Your introspective response is interesting; because your analysis of what causes an act of terrorism could be applied to any form of government, or leader—-because, as you pointed out, successful use of propaganda, can manipulate any victimized group to become fearful enough to attack a sovereign country such as Iraq. 

One thing is certain, Saddam was not responsible for the collapse of the WTC—-Saudis were flying those planes—-isn’t interesting that we invaded Iraq and not Saudi Arabia?

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By Sindy Peehand, January 9, 2007 at 4:42 pm Link to this comment
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Well I might not be at the top off the list John, but at least I’m in the running. It’s good to always have goals. wink Just imagine what I am like when I have been drinking!

Nice photos by the way.

Here is a site you might be interested in. I thought it was interesting.

http://www.issaquahhistory.org/archives/bonser-casto/bonser.htm

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By Sindy Peehand, January 9, 2007 at 3:51 pm Link to this comment
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Eleanore~

I never said I was in Iraq.
I did not say we never should have invaded Iraq.

I’m glad Saddam is gone. I do however feel that we went into Iraq for the wrong reasons. That doesn’t mean we should never have gone there. Actually we should have taken him out the first time.

When I enlisted in the service I knew what was being asked of me. I had no problem with it. I loved the military. Still do. I was not drafted. If I had been killed while in the service I wouldn’t want anyone feeling like my life was wasted. I didn’t care if the mission was just or not. I would have been told to do a job and I would have done it.

Anyone who joins the service and thinks they get to pick their battles is a fool. If you are not prepared to kill or die then don’t join. End of story.

You ask why I think Terrorism exist? It exists because a person with influence wants to further their religious, political or financial aspiration. In so doing they recruit people who are easily manipulated and tell them that another group of people are trying to take away their way of life. This creates resentment among this group, which allows the leader to feed more fuel to the fire. Once the fires are lit, the winds of violence fan the flames and the path to destruction is made clear.

Terrorists are not always provoked by their victims, as many on this board would have you think. So many times I hear, “Well the reason the Trade Center was hit is because the USA provoked the terrorist.”

Nice try but wrong answer.

Skruff~

I was in the Army in the 80’s. I was a Helicopter Crew Chief and was stationed in Germany. At the time I didn’t really think about world affairs. Nightclub bombings, bomb threats to our barracks, and lockdowns after bombing Libya just seemed normal. I never went to the Wall. Now that it is torn down I wish I had made the trip. It was an interesting and exciting time.

You ask who I support, like, believe in. That is a great question. I really can’t answer that. I have yet to see a politician that lives what he or she preaches. They all seem to have skeletons in the closet. They all seem to have their own political agenda to further their careers. Maybe you can help me find a worthy politician.

Here is another dislike. I dislike Smokers. (Now I’ll have the smokers posting against me.)  =)

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By John C. Bonser, January 9, 2007 at 10:23 am Link to this comment
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Sindy - Thanks for the information on using quotation marks. I do apologize for that lack of consideration. I should have said “don’t flatter yourself.” While vulgar, offensive, and irritating you by no means reach the top when it comes to irritation.

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By Skruff, January 9, 2007 at 5:42 am Link to this comment
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Comment #46304 by Sindy Peehand on 1/08 at 4:32 pm

“Ay, there’s the rub! )


I agree with most of your politics. (Kerry,  Bush, the war) 

BUT

slapping people around isn’t gonna get them to come around.

This ain’t a James Cagney movie.

So now that you’ve told us who you dislike, who do you support, like, believe in?

....and when were you a soldier?

Where?

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By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 8, 2007 at 8:23 pm Link to this comment
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“You see my dear friends, I dislike both extremes. I feel the war in Iraq is being mishandled. And I feel that the people protesting it are foolish.”

Sindy,
You say you were in the military and lossed a loved one; so you know firsthand what a total failure and military debacle Bush created.  We should never have invaded Iraq, Saddam had nothing to do with 9/11—-but that’s beating an “old Bush.”

BTW, why do you think terrorism exists—-do you think it’s a genetic disease or someone wakes up in the morning with symptoms of terrorism,  similar to the flu?  You were in the military, make an educated guess, about why there might be uprisings in puppet regimes.  Why is there rage in the Middle East, Indonesia and Africa?

You say protesting is foolish, sitting back apathetically is foolish, protesting is patriotic—-everyone in a so-called democracy, as a right and an obligation to speak out and demonstrate—-in fact, you should participate in anti-war demonstrations, knowing what you do about Iraq. 

“You post some big hyped up crap on a forum and think you are doing your part. When was the last time you volunteered to go to Iraq and help in a hospital? How many of you have opened your doors or bought plane tickets for displaced Iraqis?”

It is not our obligation to go hospitals, or to take in displaced Iraqis—-the taxpayers have given billions to this war effort and much of the money has been stolen by war profiteers; nine billion dollars was stolen when we first invaded, and that was just the beginning—-there was more than enough money for reconstruction and for those who were displaced—-ask the crooks where all the cash went.

I agree with you, that Democrats and Republicans are equally corrupt, and that is why it’s so necessary to speak out and protest—-blogs and posting comments are important—-that is how you spread the word—-and if the cabal in the White House had their way, the Internet would cease to exist, and China would become the U.S. model of democracy.

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By Sindy Peehand, January 8, 2007 at 5:44 pm Link to this comment
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Oh, and BTW John, when you put something in quotes you are basically implying you are attributing a word or phrase to someone.

For the record, I never said “Ultimate”. You might want to read my post this time instead of skimming through it. What I said was that, and here is a good place to use quotes, “out of all these post, mine is the one that you are offended by?”

You must work for CBS.

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By Sindy Peehand, January 8, 2007 at 5:32 pm Link to this comment
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Ay, there’s the rub!

You see my dear friends, I dislike both extremes. I feel the war in Iraq is being mishandled. And I feel that the people protesting it are foolish.

Somewhere in the middle is where we need to be. Terrorist and barbaric governments need to be punished but I think the good ol’ USA is not equipped nor do they have the stomach for it. So we should stay out of it. Everyone loves a war until the second month rolls around. Then people begin to think we should get out of the police business.

I don’t like Cindy because she went to far. I have lost a loved one as well but you don’t see me traveling the world bash my own country.

I don’t like bush because he makes horrible decisions.

I don’t like Kerry because he will say what ever he thinks is popular at the time.

I could go on forever telling you what I hate about the Democrats and the Republicans. The funny thing is most of you think that one side is better than the other when in reality both sides are just as bad.

I mean really people, you stand on your little soap box and complain about how many Iraqis have been killed or displaced, or you bitch about how many soldiers have died when truth be told you really don’t care.

You post some big hyped up crap on a forum and think you are doing your part. When was the last time you volunteered to go to Iraq and help in a hospital. How many of you have opened your doors or bought plane tickets for displaced Iraqis?

And before you say that I hate our soldiers I was one so shut up.

You guys talk the big talk but you don’t act upon it. You all have such high morals. In secret you despise the homeless because they ask you for money when you pass them on the street. Or you try not to make eye contact with a black man because your afraid he might hurt you. Or you make fun of the people that can’t afford to shop anywhere else but Walmart.

But you tell everyone you really care about your fellow man because that is the “Christian” thing to do.

Well aren’t you the devout ones!

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By Polly Ester, January 6, 2007 at 9:02 pm Link to this comment
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“You think my pen name is an attack on your precious Cindy. I would say it is more like me making fun of the flash in the pan. She is pure emotion and no logic.”

Is it Peehand or is it Pea-brain,

Hmmmmmmm….You seem to be aghast by those who use “no” logic—-well, in that case you must be absolutely wild over the illogical mismanagement of the Iraq War and the MESS in Mesopotamia, as well as the irrational reasons cited for the initial invasion.  Oh, and I’m sure with your keen sense of logic, you must be utterly irate over the needless waste of 3,000 young lives. 

And do you find it logical that 1.8 million Iraqis have been displaced to neighboring countries, and 1.6 million were displaced internally, with nearly 100,000 Iraqis fleeing to Syria and Jordan each month or is there logic in the death of 750,301 Iraqis.

So Sindy Pea-brain, are you looking for logic in Bush’s policies; I think if that is the case, Cindy Sheehan’s views about Iraq are far more rational.

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By Boggs, January 5, 2007 at 9:15 pm Link to this comment
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Sindy Peehand and Pat share the same mental
problems. They are both lunatics.

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By Wayne Gallant, January 5, 2007 at 8:51 pm Link to this comment
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Thank God I’m an atheist.  ;>)

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By Skruff, January 5, 2007 at 4:53 pm Link to this comment
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Comment #45747 by Sindy Peehand on 1/05 at 11:38 am says:

“I would say it is more like me making fun of the flash in the pan. She is pure emotion and no logic.”

I do not agree with Cindy on some issues.  Her protest is not what I would have done had I lost a son.

BUT

A “gold-star-mother” deserves respect and compassion. Give her a pass on payment rendered, even if you do not agree.

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By John C. Bonser, January 5, 2007 at 2:45 pm Link to this comment
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Sindy - You flatter yourself that you are the “ultimate” offender. Yes I am offended by the small immature narrow mind you display with your vulgarisms and judgmental lack of logic.

Your reference to her visit to a third rate militant is to Chavez is worth discussing. I am no fan of Chavez who looks up to Castro. I remember the TV news showing the way Castro followers shot rows of men who then fell into ditches.

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By Sindy Peehand, January 5, 2007 at 12:38 pm Link to this comment
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John C. Bonser~
Hmmmmm. Lets think about this. You think my pen name is an attack on your precious Cindy. I would say it is more like me making fun of the flash in the pan. She is pure emotion and no logic.

Let’s talk about your view of the media’s lack of concern for the truth and thier solitary value of sensationalism. Is that why they can’t wait for Cindy’s next big trip to some third rate militant so she can bash the US and it’s policies?

Now about my theological “bigotry”.
If I impregnated some woman with my seed without her consent I would be doing time. But for some reason people have built a religion on this. I just call it like I see it. If you’re in need of a quick god there are quite a few in the State Pen.

And really, out of all these post, mine is the one that you are offended by? Pleasssssse.

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By Michael B, January 4, 2007 at 4:36 pm Link to this comment
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looks like he’s passing a kidney stone to me or is that just the usual right wing butt pucker as he pinches a loaf.
It should be obvious to all that if there was a god such as robertson describes he, robertson,  would have fried to a crisp years ago.

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By Jon B, January 4, 2007 at 3:43 pm Link to this comment
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Men with their feet on the ground, no levitation of minds, no wild claims, no nonsense, no…..........no cracks.


Benjamin Franklin (US President 1706-1790)

“Original sin was as ridiculous as imputed righteousness.”

“I wish it (Christianity) were more productive of good works ... I mean real good works ... not holy-day keeping, sermon-hearing ... or making long prayers, filled with flatteries and compliments despised by wise men, and much less capable of pleasing the Deity.”

“As to Jesus of Nazareth, my opinion of whom you particularly desire, I think the system of morals and his religion…has received various corrupting changes, and I have, with most of the present dissenters in England, some doubts as to his divinity; though it is a question I do not dogmatize upon, having never studied it, and think it needless to busy myself with it now, when I expect soon an opportunity of knowing the Truth with less trouble.”

Lighthouses are more helpful than churches.

He [the Rev. Mr. Whitefield] used, indeed, sometimes to pray for my conversion, but never had the satisfaction of believing that his prayers were heard.


John Adams (US president, 1735-1826)

“The government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian religion.” (Treaty of Tripoli, Article 11: Written during the Administration of George Washington and signed into law by John Adams.)

“The divinity of Jesus is made a convenient cover for absurdity.”

“As I understand the Christian religion, it was, and is, a revelation. But how has it happened that millions of fables, tales, legends, have been blended with both Jewish and Christian revelation that have made them the most bloody religion that ever existed?”

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By winterfire6, January 4, 2007 at 3:29 pm Link to this comment
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Funny, I was just speaking with the Almighty yesterday, and he told me that Pat Robertson is a total loon, whom Gabriel goofs on periodically, just for fun.

I guess the bigwigs in the heavenly realm need a laugh or two, just as we do, times being as bad as they are, and all.

As above, so below, and all that jazz.

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By yours truly, January 4, 2007 at 2:56 pm Link to this comment
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The answer to all this fundamentalist bullshit is to see to it that Congress cuts off all funding for the Iraq war, and to use the resultant peace dividend to improve our lives such that even the most rabid fundamentalists will say “To hell with the rapture, heaven can wait.”

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By John C. Bonser, January 4, 2007 at 2:16 pm Link to this comment
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Sindy Peehan - your vulgar pen name ranks with the rest of your post in terms being offensive. Your cowardly attack upon Cindy Sheehan is a disgrace. Your immature potty mouth theology is bigotry at best probably hateful prejudice at worst.

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By Robert, January 4, 2007 at 2:10 pm Link to this comment
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HOW MUCH WEALTH DOES THIS BAFFOON HAVE?

HOW MUCH MONEY DOES PAT ROBERTSON MAKE PER YEAR?

HOW MUCH TAXES DOES HE PAY OUT?

PAT ROBERTSON MOST LIKELY IS A MULTI-MILLIONAIRE AND LIVING THAT GOOG ELITE EASY LIFE.

HE IS MILKING $$$$ FROM THE POOR, HONEST & GOD FEARING PEOPLE.

PAT ROBERTSON IS THE SPOKESMAN FOR ISRAEL, AIPAC & ZIONISM. AIPAC & ISRAEL USE HIM TO PROMOTE ACCEPTANCE AND SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL’S BRUTAL POLICY IN THE MID-EAST. HE PREACHES AIPAC & ISRAEL’S AGENDAS TO HIS CONGREGATION.

PAT ROBERTSON NEEDS TO LET THE PEOPLE FROM HIS CONGREGATION(S) SEE HIS WEALTH NUMBERS & ALL HIS ASSETS!!!

PREACHERS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE HUMBLE & NOT ACQUIRE WEALTH!!!

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By Eyes Wide Open, January 4, 2007 at 1:02 pm Link to this comment
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Did God suggest burning Bush?

Now, I’d buy that for a dollar!

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By Eyes Wide Open, January 4, 2007 at 12:23 pm Link to this comment
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This is all part of Pat’s plan to disprove evolution.  After all how could someone as stupid as him have survived before there were television stations through which to collect money?  Therefore he must have been created.

Touche Chuck Darwin!

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By Sarah Ruth, January 4, 2007 at 12:17 pm Link to this comment
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There will always be good people doing good things.
There will always be evil people doing evil things.
But to get good people to do evil things… that takes religion.

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By jrGruff, January 4, 2007 at 11:52 am Link to this comment
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I’d also like to let everyone know that god told me he is predicting light rains early in the morning on Friday for Arizona, and for several hurricanes to hit the southeastern seaboard this summer.

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By jrGruff, January 4, 2007 at 11:43 am Link to this comment
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All I can say about this is: ROFLMAO.

Just like every time that silverbacked gorilla opens his big mouth.

Oh wait, calling him a gorilla would be an insult to gorillas everywhere.

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By lawlessone, January 4, 2007 at 11:30 am Link to this comment
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Why is anyone still listening to Pat Robertson, let alone write down what he says?  Why is anyone giving him money?  Why does anyone believe that he practices anything Christ actually said? 

[more irreverence at resistence-is-possible.blogspot.com]

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By Sindy Peehand, January 4, 2007 at 10:11 am Link to this comment
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Dear Mr. Lewis, Correct me if I’m wrong but….
It wasn’t Mary’s Bastard son that spoke to Pat, it was Mary’s white trash rapist that spoke to Pat.

Slugger~
Pat wasn’t shitting, he was taking it in the butt from his messenger. But he’s not gay!

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By Edward Shipwash, January 4, 2007 at 10:06 am Link to this comment
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Pat Robertson is actually pretty smart. His orgainzations took in over $450,000,000 in 2004. I heard he invested $150,000 in a race horse. He is just going after publicity and money. He is all about making money, and he is good at it. He has no real causes or beliefs. Wake up!

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By Rhonda, January 4, 2007 at 9:59 am Link to this comment
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Oops!  I meant to say “Iran” not Iraq.  GW has the hots for Iran and we don’t have enough people or stuff to invade it.  Gotta find a reason to nuke it.

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By Rhonda, January 4, 2007 at 8:29 am Link to this comment
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Well, GW does need an excuse to do what he wants, which is nuke Iraq.  And Pat Robertson is the mouthpiece for Bush’s most gullible and dependable constituency.  So I think this fits the general pattern.  Bush/Cheney manipulators who brought us 911 apparently now have a plan to “ignore some warnings” about a nuke threat.  This isn’t the first clue I’ve heard from neocons that another terrorist attack is in the works.  They realize that the “political capital” they got from 911 is virtually gone.

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By Bill Weitz, January 4, 2007 at 7:12 am Link to this comment
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Ever since Bush talked God into moving to the U.S. this is what we can expect!

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By aceface, January 4, 2007 at 6:55 am Link to this comment
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Well if rains in New England were what he predicted when he predicted a tsunami in the Pacific NW for 2006, I guess a car crash in Ohio will satisfy the terrorist attack warning for 2007.

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By Druthers, January 4, 2007 at 6:40 am Link to this comment
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There exist numerous institutions where many people talk to God, where they are cared for and kept out of harm’s way.
That the media transmits the lucubrations     of this insidious individual speaks for our time.
He roams the street, gets his hair done, that at least is certain,  puts on make-up and appears on TV to transmit his “conversations,” while pocketing the tips left by the true believers.
There are days when it must be a blessing to be deaf and blind

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By Nogard, January 4, 2007 at 1:48 am Link to this comment
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This man needs to be raped.

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By God, January 4, 2007 at 1:26 am Link to this comment
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He’s a bad ass alright.

As you can all see I’ve punished him by filling his kidneys with stones.

Bless you all and remember, if you shake it more than three times you’re playing with fire.

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By Saul, January 3, 2007 at 10:07 pm Link to this comment
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Robertson reminds me of the serpent in the Garden of Eden mythology.

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He reminds me pf Paul, the forefather of the Televangelists and the zonked out prophets that talked about a messiah and started the Turd that believers call the word.

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By Ted, January 3, 2007 at 9:53 pm Link to this comment
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HMMMM - Yes I think Robertson might be onto something here.  With the unruly Washington bunch in the driver’s seat, they are liable to do anything so why not nuke someone.  After all, which country has dropped nuclear bombs before?

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By Eyes Wide Open, January 3, 2007 at 8:11 pm Link to this comment
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Oh goodness gracious.  Thanks for warning us.  Just let me know how much that check should be written for Mr. Robertson so we can stop something “like nuclear” from happening.

What does “like nuclear” mean?  Something involving matter and/or energy?  If that’s the criteria then I bet you’re right.  Good thing you and god are such buds so you can pass this along to the rest of us!

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By Quy Tran, January 3, 2007 at 7:13 pm Link to this comment
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Pat masturbated Robertson !

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By HeadlessHessian, January 3, 2007 at 7:12 pm Link to this comment
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“Religion is the opium of the masses”  Joseph Stalin.
Keep stiring that kool aid Pat…round and round.

Headless

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By james j, January 3, 2007 at 5:25 pm Link to this comment
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Where Is Your Proof?

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By Chaseme, January 3, 2007 at 5:24 pm Link to this comment
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Maybe Robertson can ask God to send me the numbers to the next powerball lottery drawing.

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By John C. Bonser, January 3, 2007 at 5:02 pm Link to this comment
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First we must realize that the media is always looking for a buffoon who will pop off with a ridiculously stupid quote. Robertson is more than glad to meet that need.

The media has no concern for truth but is interested in ratings. If they were serious about their work they would at least have the intellectual honesty to speak with the leaders who have been chosen and not self appointed fools.

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By Hamid Peimani, January 3, 2007 at 4:53 pm Link to this comment
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Itis a scary thought that in a country like ours, that is supposed to be one of the most advanced and educated, there still exists such idiots who believe in Pat Robertson and go to the poles to vote. How can we redicule Iranians and Arabs for being fanatic and stupid for voting for the likes of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad while we have people like this moron, Pat Robertson who has been making millions of dollars while waving the bible in one hand and the flag in another, poisoning the mind of the people? Is America gone mental?
Or is he getting the country ready for another Pearl Harbor tragedy in order to give the blood sucking military industry another excuse to start another war in another country in the world?

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By Gerry, January 3, 2007 at 4:34 pm Link to this comment
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Frontal lobe epilepsy

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By Nancy Nahvi, January 3, 2007 at 4:28 pm Link to this comment
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Whether or not there is a terrorist attack after Sept. this year—and no one denies that it could not happen—the difference between Robertson and everyone else?  He’ll actually be “praying” for it to happen.

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By Jon B, January 3, 2007 at 4:10 pm Link to this comment
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If god is almighty and “thou shalt not kill” is one of god’s commandments, then why does god not stop this so called major attack? Since when god communicate thru a middleman who is the only one privy to the private conversation?

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By walking man, January 3, 2007 at 3:53 pm Link to this comment
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What scares me the most is the possibility that he really does know there’s going to be a terrorist attack in 2007, but not because God told him so.

I can make predictions, too. Here’s one: At some time in the near future a politician will tell a self-serving lie.

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By shhazam4, January 3, 2007 at 3:51 pm Link to this comment
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Why do people continue to listen to anything that comes out the mouth of this foolish mythologist?

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By slugger, January 3, 2007 at 2:51 pm Link to this comment
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Does he always shit in a tie?

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By alon, January 3, 2007 at 2:47 pm Link to this comment
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How this prediction Robertson, you magnificent bastard…

“Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world,
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere
The ceremony of innocence is drowned;
The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity.”
William Butler Yeats: “The Second Coming

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By Lefty, January 3, 2007 at 2:46 pm Link to this comment
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Pat looks like he’s goin’ to town, spankin’ the monkey doesn’t he!  Someone should do the world a favor and just “take ‘em ewt.”

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By Skruff, January 3, 2007 at 2:28 pm Link to this comment
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Gimme that Ole time religion
Gimme that Ole time religion
Gimme that Ole time religion
it’s good enough for….?

It is difficult to see why Elmer Gantry
gets so much air, and column space in the “liberal media”
Maybe “liberal” is still what “liberal” was in the sixties?

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By vet240, January 3, 2007 at 1:34 pm Link to this comment
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Oh Pat-Pat-Pat, I told you not to tell anyone. And what about putting words in my mouth? Nuclear, not nuclear? What I told you was, there is a place where millions are being affected. You dozed off before I said that place was a city called Baghdad in a place called Iraq. No more leg presses for you!

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By richmang, January 3, 2007 at 1:31 pm Link to this comment
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want more on this crook go to democracynow.org and look him up and see the report on is crookish ways during katrina and more, why his company was #2 on the donation list. he’s a robber just like the rest of those bible thumppin liers.

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By Dave Hayes, January 3, 2007 at 1:29 pm Link to this comment
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Religions and governments manipulate the masses through fear.  Fear is the mind killer . . . .

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By musikmaven, January 3, 2007 at 1:24 pm Link to this comment
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The failures are mostly forgotten, the successes are glorified, and that’s how fortune tellers survive.

His photo reminds me of the farting preacher videos on youtube.

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By felicity, January 3, 2007 at 1:08 pm Link to this comment
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It’s absolutely imperative that the FBI make this guy wear a wire.

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By amicusbriefs, January 3, 2007 at 12:55 pm Link to this comment
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Robertson’s or GW Bush’s wholly unverifiable one-way discussions with ethereal beings should have no bearing on an educated and street-smart audience. Robertson and Hagee act as Israeli proxies trying to increase friction in the Middle east—go figure—that’s Bush and the Neocons aspiriation as well. God, whether fictional, omnipresent or a detached clockmaker, would be discriminating enough to screen all calls from Robertson or Bush. If one assumes the existence of God with all the appropriate reverence and respect due, then Robertson and Bush, by their blatant abuse of the faithful followers, have guaranteed their place in Hell.

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By t, January 3, 2007 at 12:42 pm Link to this comment
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it was not God you dumb ass: it was CHENEY..

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By Quy Tran, January 3, 2007 at 12:40 pm Link to this comment
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Dear Mr. Robertson,

When you’re saying that God told you….bla…bla…bla….I want to know is he a man or female or half and half ?

I don’t think that thing you’ve said is god but it was your old GHOST telling you to make more money through the so-called talk-and-show 700 club. It has to be changed to talk-and-beg for DOLLARS Club, and you’ll be The BEGGAR LEADER.

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By Frank, January 3, 2007 at 12:32 pm Link to this comment
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Human beings, by and large, are willfully ignorant. Clinging to superstition is par for the course, and until enough of the masses are wiped from the face of the world due to their self induced affliction, we’ll keep having tabloid predictions from these clowns - and worse yet, people taking it as the gospel.

In spite of the image our gleefully stupid figureheads present, there is little that happens in this country that isn’t let to happen. What’s a couple thousand lives thrown away if it justifies our establishing a foothold in the middle east? I’m not necessarily talking about the 3,000+ soldiers either. Naysayers hold your tongues - our leaders are quite prepared to sacrifice as many of us as necessary. If you believe otherwise, chances are you also believe that Robertson talks to gawd.

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By Louise, January 3, 2007 at 12:26 pm Link to this comment
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Please God, put the man out of his misery!

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By Mariana Petoom, January 3, 2007 at 12:08 pm Link to this comment
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Robertson is either out of his gourd or well, I guess there is no “or”.  If he read the Bible he would know that God pledged to stop talking to individuals way back when.  So wake up, Pat, and go visit a shrink who will cure you of your delusionary voices.

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By DennisD, January 3, 2007 at 12:07 pm Link to this comment
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Punxsutawney Phil or Pat Robertson - who is more relevant and likely to be right?

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By Ron Holland, January 3, 2007 at 12:04 pm Link to this comment
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Pat Robertson Predicts Major Terror Attack in 2007?

Is he right? I doubt it but these two case studies go into what could happen following a WMD dirty bomb attack on NYC.

I’m in the investment business but here are two case studies I’ve written about what could happen to both the financial markets and the resulting government response in the case of a major terrorist attack against the US.
Best,
Ron Holland, President
Swiss Confederation Institute


Case Study “Terrorist Nightmare on Wall Street”
http://www.ronaldholland.com/nightmareonwallstreet.htm

“The Final Presidential Executive Order”
http://www.swissconfederationinstitute.org/finalpresidentialexecutiveorder.htm

The NYC study covers the financial impact while the Final Executive Order goes into what could happen in a worst case scenario with a government response follow the attack.

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By SCOTT LEWIS, January 3, 2007 at 11:49 am Link to this comment
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Mary, Queen of Heaven forces her bastard son to speak to and through Pat Robertson.  It is a testament to the good Rev. that he would let the son of a whore invade his thoughts.  It is not his fault that Jeebus won’t be more specific about where the attack will take place.  I’m sure our just and benevolent and compassionate Christ only wants more gays to die, and really who doesn’t?  He also doesn’t want to tip off the non-whites about the danger.  And just so you don’t start talking nonsense about racism, he wants lots more dark-skinned people to die than just the blacks.  According to Pat the A-rabs and A-sians are right up there on the good lords list of viable targets.  Lucky for Him we have this thing going in the middle east, now we just need to start a little something in China.  Those wacky backwards hicks could never stand up to the USA, especially when we have God and country music on our side.  Stupid commies, even Osama Bin Laden beat their asses.

Any of you who pick on this holy and reverent man (Pat Robertson)need to remember what Steve Martin taught us.  He just wants to return this country to what it once was, an arctic region covered with ice.

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By Bill, January 3, 2007 at 11:08 am Link to this comment
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“Osama” Robertson is only trying to help his listeners and supporters whose MONEY allows him to share his conversations with God…why pick on him? The US should immediately hire more 911 operators to handle all the calls from his flock who will report every ticking clock they hear after Sept ‘07. Perhaps his supporters could pray for him (or send more $) so God will stop providing disinformation or help him pay for that long distance line to heaven. This would enable him to stay in touch longer and get more detailed information. Since he is unable to give us more information on when and where we will be wiped out I am afraid like millions of others…as Osama would want us to be…do you think Osama is sending donations? Might be a smart move for terrorist who can’t get a talk show and want to spread fear.

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By Dr. Knowitall, PhD, PhD, January 3, 2007 at 11:03 am Link to this comment
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Well, Pat, what is it, exactly, that you’re going to say to your congregation the following Sunday?  If any of them survive?  I think it’s time, given the state of the world, that you and other religious people confront your gods with some serious questions. As for me, I predict that, in 2007, the real, one, supreme being will reveal itself (we need one from post Dark Age era) destroy hypocrits, murderers, thieves, warmongers, bullies, and other psychopaths, exile current inferior, vaunted pseudo-gods, like yours, along with their delusionary, self-righteoous messengers, and let the world be the way it is supposed to be.  When that happens, I’ll get religion. I’d even give you a hug.  Sometime after Sept.  Check out: http://drknowitallphdphd.blogspot.com/index.html

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By Gabe O'Rielly, January 3, 2007 at 11:03 am Link to this comment
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Pat, Pat, Pat

You must remember that when you talk to God, you’re praying, but when God talks to you, you’re nuts!

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By FrikkenKids, January 3, 2007 at 10:45 am Link to this comment
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This is the perfect prophesy for this guy. 

If it comes true - and you don’t need a conversation with god to know that there is a reasonable chance that there will be another terrorist attack - then he gets to praise his merciful god for letting it happen (he’ll probably spin it as god punishing the USA for it’s heathon ways) and use the tragedy and his prediction of it as part of a fund raising and recruting drive (emphasis on funds, of course). 

If it doesn’t happen, he gets to praise his merciful god for sparing the USA despite it’s heathon ways and use his god’s decision to change his mind as part of a fund raising and recruting drive.

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By Quy Tran, January 3, 2007 at 10:40 am Link to this comment
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Hey Pat, can “your” GOD be spelling backward ?

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By Don, January 3, 2007 at 10:32 am Link to this comment
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Never trust anyone who talks with their eyes closed.

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By Hemi, January 3, 2007 at 10:27 am Link to this comment
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Hey everybody,

This morning…in the break room…God told me…

Oh, I’m sorry. It was Bob that told me…
“The world will end with a cataclysmic fart.
From all those cows producing methane, don’t chu know!
Millions will be affected, millions will be blamed.
We’ll have to invade Taco Bell!”

Bob didn’t elaborate much… but he said
“watch out for the signs!”

I’m looking at that picture and I think it’s a sign!

He looks like a fart, walks like a fart
sounds like a fart, he must be a fart!

I’ve gotta check out my old Catechism and
see what it says about the “Farter, son and holy shit!”

Look kids, there is no god.
But there is a devil.
And he’s got ruthless, power hungry friends.

If you like what I’m spewin’, make the checks payable
to “CASH” and I’ll say a little prayer that the gas cloud
passes by you and yours! (We all know, it was Bush’s dog!)

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By dick smith, January 3, 2007 at 10:25 am Link to this comment
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Zeus told me Robertson was misinformed ( and worse) but there may be attacks,  by Satan or Athena, but Thor was doubtful.The Witch of the West was reassuring however. My gods, I am perplexed.

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By Barry, January 3, 2007 at 10:14 am Link to this comment
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Make fun of him all you want, but this lunatic has power beyond imagination over our way of life here.

Note that, in 2004 alone, his “enterprises” took in $460 million—you read that right, $460 MILLION—including $186 million alone from his “Christian” Broadcasting Network. (Source: Americans United web site at http://www.au.org, “Religious Right Power Brokers”).

This is why politicians pay attention to him and why he’s a staple feature on CNN shows like “Larry King Live”.

Money talks. Always has, always will. Ain’t it wonderful that “religious” organizations are tax-exempt?

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By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 3, 2007 at 10:10 am Link to this comment
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“The Lord didn’t say nuclear. But I do believe it will be something like that.”

Usually when people hear threatening voices from imaginary creatures they are characterized as being a paranoid schizophrenic, but in the U.S., they are worshipped and have a following of millions.

Isn’t interesting that Pat’s messages are always about, disasters, catastrophes, diseases, or pestilence—-God for bid, if God actually sent a happy message or even a funny one—-hey Pat, God said he wished he knew how to scam folks the way you do; if he was a better salesman we might have peace on earth. 

And remember when this “holy man,” talked about evolution: “God is tolerant and loving, but we can’t keep sticking our finger in his eye forever. If they have future problems in Dover, I recommend they call on Charles Darwin maybe he can help them.”  Dover, a community in Pennsylvania, voted for the REMOVAL of school board members who supported “Intelligent Design.” 

Well, I think if there was a crisis, I would rather call on a dead Charles Darwin than a bloated, bureaucratic, and fumbling failing FEMA.  We know how well FEMA works; we saw their handiwork in New Orleans.  It’s unfortunate, that we don’t have Pat Robertson’s mystical powers to control hurricanes.  He claims he steered Gloria, Felix and Isabel away from his companies’ Virginia Beach Headquarters.  You would wonder why he did not use these same mystical powers, to pass the bar exam when he graduated from Yale Law School in 1955.  He continually failed the exam, and decided on a career in divinity.  Maybe, he should have asked Charles Darwin for help? 

Robertson was born into a wealthy prominent family.  His father was a conservative southern senator.  He attended the best of schools and when he was compelled to serve during the Korean War, his father used political connections, so that his son could stay in Japan. He spent is time serving his country, not in combat but as the “liquor officer” responsible for keeping the Officers’ Club supplied.  God certainly does work in mysterious ways.   

Robertson is a shrewd businessman, and he has a net worth of more than $200 million dollars.  He has supported former President, Charles Taylor, of Liberia because; he had an investment of $8 million dollars in gold mines. Incidentally, Charles Taylor was indicted by the United Nations for war crimes.  Supposedly he also harbored members of Al-Qaeda responsible for the 1998 U.S. embassy bombings.  Well, let us all pray for PAT, because ultimately, he is going to have some explaining to do, and I don’t think Charles Darwin will be able to help him!

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By Susan, January 3, 2007 at 9:53 am Link to this comment
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Pat Robertson is more proof that God has a wicked sense of humor!

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By PlacitasRoy, January 3, 2007 at 9:41 am Link to this comment
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Why does Robertson look like he’s trying to take a dump?
The end times must be coming - false prophets and all that rot….and Robertson is right at the top of the list.
My mother has an automatic $25. a month donated to this billion dollar bastard.
I wonder if the Lord would pronounce ‘nuclear’ correctly.

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By WCG, January 3, 2007 at 9:22 am Link to this comment
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God has a pretty poor batting average with his predictions, it seems. In fact, the predictions God gets right (“Bush would nominate conservative judges to federal courts”) don’t really amaze me with his omniscience. (More like,... well, duh!) Too bad Pat Robertson isn’t just imaginary, too. It’s hard to believe that ANYONE listens to him. But I suppose, on the bright side, that he brings ridicule on his own far-right beliefs. Maybe he’s just pretending to believe all that loony stuff, huh?

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By Ed, January 3, 2007 at 9:17 am Link to this comment
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Robertson is a charlatan and a crook.

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By David, January 3, 2007 at 8:59 am Link to this comment
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I think anyone who doubts his prediction should take a step a back and reconsider, and I say this not because I believe that God actually speaks to this demigogue whore.  Pat Robertson holds a great ammount of influence over the gullable and therefore he holds a great deal of political power, and just the kind the Republicans like - the fear based kind that make their subjects cling to their higher authority like a baby.  Imagine the effect of his prediction coming true!  Not only did he predict it, therebye proving his connection with the Christian God, but it proves that his political persasions are the right ones.  The uptick in religious fervor would inevitably follow (just as happened after 9/11), as would support for the “war on terror” (just as happened after 9/11).  The terrorists responsible would most certaily be affiliated with Iran or Syria in some manner, and Bush and his band of holy wariors will have all the authority needed to move the agenda into its next phase.  Pat Robertson is a right-wing political tool - NOT a tool of God.  Most importantly, he is a very powerful, devious and dangerous tool.

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By Ask The NSA, January 3, 2007 at 8:45 am Link to this comment
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Is it devout religious belief that causes insanity, or vice versa? I can never remember.

Someone please put this psychopath out of his misery already..

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By anonymous, January 3, 2007 at 8:28 am Link to this comment
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I think the lord’s screwin’ with him.

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By Bill, January 3, 2007 at 7:56 am Link to this comment
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It is really terrifying that a buffoon like Robertson gets such coverage.  Who with any hint of a brain can give credibility to pronouncements of this kind?  America is at the forefront of science and technology in this 21st century and yet somehow large tracts of the population remain in thrall to superstition of this kind.

It seems highly likely that other attacks will occur in 2007 but if Robertson does indeed have an open channel to God could he perhaps get more details? If there is an all merciful God he surely would tell him when and where this particular attack is to occur so that we could take the steps necessary to prevent it!

Let’s press Robertson for those details!

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By Rowdy!, January 3, 2007 at 7:54 am Link to this comment
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That’s the same face I make when I need a laxative.

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By moe, January 3, 2007 at 7:37 am Link to this comment
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This guy belongs at ‘Comedy Central’.

God Bless him, he makes us all laugh!!!

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By Boggs, January 3, 2007 at 7:33 am Link to this comment
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Robertson reminds me of the serpent in the Garden of Eden mythology. The one that told Eve to eat the apple.
He is no less then a fanatic lunatic.
Why would anyone be interested in anything he has to say.

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By ChicagoGuy, January 3, 2007 at 7:27 am Link to this comment
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Why does anyone bother listening to this idiot? This is the so called “christian leader” who thought it a great idea to assasinate another world leader. He is nothing but a greedy, egocentristic, delusional con artist. e

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By Clifton Mitchell, January 3, 2007 at 7:11 am Link to this comment
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God spoke to me and said that in 2007:
1. More American soldiers will die in Iraq and Afghanistan in support of spreading Israeli hegemony in the middle east.
2. The US will initiate a preemptive war against Iran in support of spreading Israeli hegemony in the middle east.
God also expressed his disapproval of US policy, and disavowed any relationship with the counterfeit state of Israel.  In regards to so-called Israel, God suggested that all true Christians read Revelation 2:9.  Finally,God told me that the so-called “Christian Church” is apostate, and that all true Christians should immediately withdraw membership from these apostate institutions.

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