If There Was a God, Pat Robertson Would Be Dead By Now

“Robertson continued that the tornadoes may not have happened if people had prayed for divine intervention, ‘If enough people were praying He would’ve intervened, you could pray, Jesus stilled the storm, you can still storms.’ He also told people who live in areas prone to natural disasters that it’s ‘their fault, not God’s.’[Right Wing Watch, via Political Wire]


Beware of false prophets who are wolves dressed in sheep’s clothing.

@redmanlaw: Beware of false prophets who are wolves dressed in sheep’s clothing because they are usually the elephant in the room but keeping in mind that every dog has his day.

I’m not sure why Pat can’t see the writing on the wall that his magical space god is pissed and they should knock that shit off. Magical space god capped it off by snowing on these poor buggers. And they still don’t get the message…

Yes Pat, Jesus calmed the storm for his handful of buddies but couldn’t be bothered by the hundreds of thousands in danger last week. You sure turn your version of Jesus into an absolute prick. Did he go to Duke?

I’d have liked to ask one follow up question – where in the world would Pat suggest the seven billion people build their houses to be safe from all natural disasters? In Virginia near his own house?

Did Pat see that video where some woman in Kentucky turned away a tornado by speaking in tongues? Of course, it went on to wipe out West Liberty.

@blogenfreude: Hey, man, don’t blame me, blame King James (not LeBron):

“Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.” Matthew 7:15.

Branson, Missouri tornado went ignored by good ol’ Pat. Wonder why that is?

Such a dick…

Let’s all hold hands and pray that God sends a tornado to Pat’s GPS location. If enough of us pray, and pray really, really hard, GOD WILL LISTEN! (Pat said so)

Sure Branson is home of boringly wholesome entertainment, but as far as Pat’s concerned people should send him money, not spend it there.

If Pat’s place gets nailed by tornado, earthquake, fire, or the stray meteorite then it’s the work of the devil or secular humanists.

Despite Pat Robertson’s Christian concern for their well-being, my relatives in Kentucky and thereabouts were not harmed by the tornadoes.

/checking in

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