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Could Someone Please

...get idiotarian extraordinaire Pat Robertson to take a deep draught of a cup of hot STFU?

Robertson, speaking on the “700 Club” on Thursday, suggested Sharon, who is currently in an induced coma, and former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, assassinated by an Israeli extremist in 1995, were being treated with enmity by God for dividing Israel.


Posted by Rand Simberg at January 05, 2006 11:56 AM
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Excuse me, some one named Pat Robertson said something? Outrageous and stupid was it? I wouldn't know, I generally ignore political conservatives named Pat.

Posted by Leland at January 5, 2006 12:14 PM

Ship the SOB's sorry ass to Venezuela - he won't have time to engage in his usual verbal diarrhea.

This clown gives jerks a bad name.

And by the way, "Rev." Pat? When you croak, hope you like it HOT.

Posted by Barbara Skolaut at January 5, 2006 01:27 PM

How ironic that nutcase Pat Robertson agrees with Palestinian terrorists about Sharon and Rabin, both gentlemen who have been true heros in the war against Islamofascism for decades.

I refuse, by the way, to call such a man "Reverand." He is none such.

Posted by Mark R. Whittington at January 5, 2006 01:36 PM

It always amuses me when those who preach turning the other cheek openly confess 'except for me' by their actions. Mr. Robertson, being one who teaches the creed of Christ should be the first to recognize that he has no right as a mortal or idea as a flawed being as to devine what 'God' thinks or does. But he's always struck me as the hand-in-the-cookie-jar kind of cloth wearer anyway.

Posted by Mac at January 5, 2006 02:07 PM

On the other hand, its a coup for evolutionists! Intelligent design creates the universe and all things in it by design, yet leaves these idiots to shepard it?

Posted by Mac at January 5, 2006 02:09 PM


Don't you just will you had a usenet "killfile" that worked in the real world?

Posted by Fred K at January 5, 2006 02:53 PM

The only reason that Pat Robertson gets ANY press is so that moonbat leftists can burn him at the stake as the representative of the "Christian right." And we fall right into that.

Posted by Jim P at January 5, 2006 02:57 PM

Can we super glue a muzzle on him? That might do the trick...

Posted by Greg at January 5, 2006 08:03 PM

I read that when FOX purchased the network Pat Robertson's 700 Club is aired on, the contract gives him the absolute right to remain on the air, forever. So no, no muzzle is legally possible.


In 1990, Robertson created a cable network, which he called The Family Channel, which ultimately reached tens of millions of homes. In 1997, Robertson went from being wealthy to being extremely wealthy when he sold the channel to Fox for almost $2 billion as part of Rupert Murdoch's drive to build a mini-cable empire (Fox News, Fox Sports, and Fox Kids, on top of regular ol' Fox).

Robertson's contract with Fox, however, included a catch — his 700 Club program would have to remain on the network, aired three times a day, until Robertson decided he didn't want to do the show anymore. Fox grudgingly agreed, but ended up hating this part of the deal.

Blame Rupert Murdoch.

= = =

A NRO article about Robertson.

Posted by Bill White at January 5, 2006 08:19 PM

I thought the 700 Club Channel was renamed the ABC Family channel when he sold it?? I could be mistaken.

Posted by James at January 5, 2006 08:33 PM

James is correct (naked link because "wikip3dia" is snared by Rand's filter):

Posted by Bill White at January 5, 2006 08:40 PM

It's the ABC Family Channel now -- but it was originally sold to Fox. They unloaded it kinda promptly.

Posted by McGehee at January 6, 2006 09:34 AM

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