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TPN‘s Trifling “Religious” Leader of the Week

Pat Robertson

I expect idiocy from ol’ Pat, but Jesus, take the wheel. He blames the earthquake in Haiti not on tiny shifts in the Earth’s crust, but on the country being in league with the devil. “They said, ‘We will serve you if you will get us free from the French.’ True story. And so, the devil said, ‘OK, it’s a deal.’” That’s what Robertson said on the 700 Club this week. I hope ‘700’ is the size of his audience. So trifling.

—Xavier Muhammad

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4 thoughts on “TPN‘s Trifling “Religious” Leader of the Week

  1. Yeah the bigots are really coming out of the woodwork for this one. And how did the Haitians get such a quick, casual response from the Devil? Did they have his direct phone line or something? Or did he just happen to be vacationing in the Carribean at the time? You’ve also got Limbaugh claiming that the only reason Obama is reaching out to help these people is because they’re black. So I guess we should just ignore these type of disasters when they affect non-whites? This is beyond crazy. How some people hang on every word of these nutcases is beyond me.

    Posted by LOU | January 15, 2010, 9:20 am
  2. He’d know the truth of the matter as he was the one who signed the deal with the Hatians.

    Posted by James | January 15, 2010, 9:29 am
  3. Just keep telling yourself… someday, Robertson will die. Then, let’s hope the religious beliefs he espouses are true, as he’ll be burning in hell.

    Posted by cliff | January 15, 2010, 3:14 pm
  4. As LOU points out, how did Haiti get such a quick response from ol’ Satan himself, when Vlad Putin can’t even raise him on the phone? I know: the devil is black, isn’t he?

    I’d like to think that this sort of idiocy would die out with Robertson and his ilk, but some of them have reproduced and raised their kids with the same mindset, so it’ll take a few generations at least. Stupidity, alas, appears to be genetic, while genius seems to be the result of happy accident.

    Posted by Ophelia | January 18, 2010, 7:11 am

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