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Response to Pat Robertson-insane or just senile 2013-04-04 13:46:59 Reply

Insane, no; senile, yes. He's about as senile as that senile old bat Pelosi.


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Response to Pat Robertson-insane or just senile 2013-04-04 16:27:00 Reply

At 4/4/13 02:15 AM, Korriken wrote: might wanna double check that. the left is far more cutthroat then the right would ever dare to be. it's the liberals who will bring up ANYTHING in order to harm their opponent. for example, they made a media circus of the Romney bully story, something that he did as a teenager to attack him.

Media circus? What have you been watching because I have never heard of that.

did the right pound away at Obama's drug use? no. Did the right pound away at Obama's racist lines from his book? no.

So Glenn Beck getting on a tv show and outright accusing Obama of being a racist is not pounding away at him?

If anything the right isn't cutthroat enough.

No it's too cutthroat and that's part of the reason why they fail so hard. I mean seriously Rush Limbaugh called a woman a slut because she wanted birth control pills to be insured. I doubt calling Romney a bully is anywhere near on that scale. Nevermind the constant retarded accusations of calling the left Socialists/Communists and trying to throw every bad political ideology on their side, racists, fascists nazi's etc.. The Right has always been much more horrible in the US than the left tended to be. For example the first modern type Conservative Presidential candidate i.e. Barry Goldwater ran for President and generally acted like a dick, he said things like asking why they don't just push the North East off into the ocean. Not that he was a bad guy, it's just he lacked self control and a sense of appropriate behavior.


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Response to Pat Robertson-insane or just senile 2013-04-04 21:15:45 Reply

At 4/4/13 01:46 PM, theJRob wrote: Insane, no; senile, yes. He's about as senile as that senile old bat Pelosi.

He turned 70 back in 2000...yep, senile. But he has been senile for a hwhile.

Look at this page. It shows that according to Robertson and Jerry Falwell, the actions of Americans turned God against America.

Liberal civil liberties groups, homosexuals, feminists, abortion rights supporters...all of them contributed to 9/11 by turning against God. (So does that mean that given stuff like gay marriage, Honey Boo Boo, Kardashians, etc. today, New York, D.C., Los Angeles, etc. should have been nuked out of existence years ago?)

Extreme right wing guy, folks.

As for the whole Christian extermination thing...well, there have been significant increases in persecution of Christians by radical Muslims in the Middle East, with the possibility of a Christian-free region within our lifetimes, but what Pat Robertson was talking about had nothing to do with that.

Robertson will eventually join his Falwell in the afterlife, where they will make out...


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Response to Pat Robertson-insane or just senile 2013-04-09 23:03:43 Reply

At 4/4/13 09:15 PM, Th-e wrote:
Liberal civil liberties groups, homosexuals, feminists, abortion rights supporters...all of them contributed to 9/11 by turning against God. (So does that mean that given stuff like gay marriage, Honey Boo Boo, Kardashians, etc. today, New York, D.C., Los Angeles, etc. should have been nuked out of existence years ago?)

I wouldn't completely mark this off as crazy (hear me out on this). Think about all the reasons extremists hate us [Americans] - the groups you mentioned above contribute to the image they have of us as "infidels," not saying that this was the deciding factor, but this contributed to their contempt of the U.S. What he meant by his statement was wrong, but in the minds of the so-called "martyrs*," they believed we were against God (Allah). We didn't deserve 9/11 because of these people groups, but the extremists believed we did; changing the statement to reflect what I just explained, adding a couple more words in, would easily make this a more correct statement.

The bottom line is: what he meant by his statement is incorrect, but this encapsulates a portion of any attempts of radical Islamist "justification" for their crimes against humanity.

*I see martyrdom as a passive action rather than an active one. In other words, to be a true martyr, one would have to be killed rather than kill themselves along with many others who are, for the majority, innocent. Suicide bombers aren't "martyrs," they are delusional asshats.


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