Pat Robertson- Let's Just Assasinate Him

Boy, you have got to love men like Pat who are willing to speak their minds, even if most of it is nonsensical blather.

(CNN) -- Conservative Christian broadcaster Pat Robertson has called for the United States to assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, calling him "a terrific danger" bent on exporting Communism and Islamic extremism across the Americas.

"If he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it," Robertson told viewers on his "The 700 Club" show Monday. "It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war."
You know, he is right, it is cheaper than starting a war. Of course there are other tactics and strategies to be explored before we investigate more serious options. Maybe G-d left that out of their last conversation.

Of course Pat has a history of making outlandish comments. Within that same article the refer to one of my favorites:

"In May, during an ABC interview, Robertson ignited a firestorm with his response to a question about whether activist judges were more of a threat to America than terrorists.

"If they look over the course of 100 years, I think the gradual erosion of the consensus that's held our country together is probably more serious than a few bearded terrorists who fly into buildings," he said."

Them activist judges are a mighty big problem, voting for civil rights, trying to integrate the schools. Boy I sure wish that life was like it was a 100 years ago. Of course it didn't work out so well for Leo Frank.

Maybe Pat should just tend to his flock's needs by taking a vow of silence.

3 comments:

dorothy rothschild said...

He's officially bat-shit crazy instead of just plain ol' crazy.

Jack Steiner said...

That is one way of phrasing it.

bornfool said...

Amen to your last statement. I wonder if he has a flock. He's flockin'nutty that's for sure.

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