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(The Raw Story)   Pat Robertson: Disaster prophets are "nutty." Irony tag implodes   (rawstory.com) divider line 14
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2013-06-12 05:12:36 PM  
3 votes:
Even if he stopped, people will move onto another con.

Some people want to be scammed.
2013-06-12 04:58:08 PM  
3 votes:
We really need a hyprocrisy tab!!

Unless we just want to keep using Ironic as a substitute.
2013-06-12 04:38:08 PM  
3 votes:
Certainly not irony.

Probably hypocrisy.

Most likely to keep other con men from horning in on his territory.
2013-06-12 05:19:05 PM  
2 votes:
Crow tries to share wisdom, but today's people do not listen.     Thunderbird flies by, and is not celebrated as once Thunderbird was.     Wolf has been driven from Wolf's lands.    Coyote howls alone in the night.

Of course the gods are @#$@ed off.   We don't speak with them anymore, or sing their songs.    Surely they have abandoned us!
2013-06-12 05:09:13 PM  
2 votes:
"It's like O Henry and Alanis Morisette had a baby and NAMED IT THIS EXACT SITUATION!" -Sterling Archer
2013-06-12 05:40:11 PM  
1 votes:

Walter Paisley: This coming from someone who claimed his prayers have diverted the paths of hurricanes. Robertson probably didn't think of the implications of such a claim: If his prayers prevent disasters from some storms, why not the others? Is he just selective in which areas he targets his prayers? If it's God's will that makes the difference, why does God want to let some people suffer the ravages of a natural disaster? If one were to believe Robertson's claims, then one would also have to accept that either Robertson or God is an asshole.


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2013-06-12 05:34:48 PM  
1 votes:
This coming from someone who claimed his prayers have diverted the paths of hurricanes. Robertson probably didn't think of the implications of such a claim: If his prayers prevent disasters from some storms, why not the others? Is he just selective in which areas he targets his prayers? If it's God's will that makes the difference, why does God want to let some people suffer the ravages of a natural disaster? If one were to believe Robertson's claims, then one would also have to accept that either Robertson or God is an asshole.
2013-06-12 05:11:15 PM  
1 votes:
I  love what is happening to that men. I would never wish dementia on anyone, but he is clearly losing his shiat and actually starting to tell us all what he actually believes. Next thing you know, he'll tell us there is no God.
2013-06-12 05:04:49 PM  
1 votes:

jayhawk88: "Those people are trying to be dominant," Robertson said on Wednesday. "I've seen this before, where people decide they want to dominate other people, so they do it like, 'I've got a word from God for you.'"


.......Wow.


The fact that he managed to say that with a straight face and without his head exploding says a lot about what a gifted con man he truly is.
2013-06-12 05:02:26 PM  
1 votes:
"Those people are trying to be dominant," Robertson said on Wednesday. "I've seen this before, where people decide they want to dominate other people, so they do it like, 'I've got a word from God for you.'"


.......Wow.
2013-06-12 04:45:08 PM  
1 votes:
My comment above should have had a dotted line after the first sentence, I was addressing two separate subjects, not implying that the quote was Robertson's take on the tornadoes.

Diogenes: Most likely to keep other con men from horning in on his territory.


Which is exactly what it came off like.

"What? No no, don't listen to that guy, I've got the real scoop here. Send money."
2013-06-12 04:39:13 PM  
1 votes:

Calmamity: I've been waiting for him to explain all the tornadoes in Oklahoma.

"I don't know where they come from, but this is not the way God wants it to be."

Says who?


It's God's punishment for, um...something...

...

Violent video games. Yeah, that'll do.
2013-06-12 04:35:06 PM  
1 votes:
That bag of squirrel sh*t definitely knows nutty
2013-06-12 04:31:39 PM  
1 votes:
I've been waiting for him to explain all the tornadoes in Oklahoma.

"I don't know where they come from, but this is not the way God wants it to be."

Says who?
 
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