Republican Cult

Go down

Republican Cult Empty Republican Cult

Post by True Christian on Sun May 12, 2013 5:23 pm

Televangelist Pat Robertson Is Now A Climate Change Expert!

Don't be a follower - especially of narrow minded IDIOTS that claim to be "true Christians" who are nothing more than mouthpieces for the Republican party! These religious wing nuts draw in the stupid and ignorant like flies to honey. Jesus would have washed the feet of homosexuals and loved everyone! Now Pat Robertson wingnut extraodinare is an expert on climate change, and thinks he's smarter than all the worlds leading scientists! The earth is only 5,000 years old according to him! Look at my avatar. That is what Jesus Christ may have actually looked like, not the drawing of the white guy hanging in Robertson's office. These evil PPL twist the peaceful bible to justify war, hate, and their greedy corporate agenda. If you want to be a true Christian become a Quaker or Unitarian. Both are peace churches.

Jesus was not a capitalist. He disdained worldly
possessions: "It is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of
heaven... it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle
than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God."

Republican policy never did represent the teachings of Jesus. The
GOP favors the rich and ignores the poor, disadvantaged, sick, elderly,
long-term unemployed, and other unfortunates. They also spew hate against gays and acknowledge freedom is only for those that they approve of. Republicans may be religious, but they're not Christians.

James Coleman


Republican Cult Robert11

February 22, 2013
The man who believes that hurricanes are God’s punishment for things
like homosexuality thinks he knows more than climate scientists.

Pat Robertson dismissed the correlation between severe winter storms
and climate change yesterday, saying, “Only in Princeton would people
say nutty things like that.” His remark was directed toward a Princeton study
that projected less snow but larger winter storms and blizzards as
carbon dioxide rates increase over the next 50 to 60 years. Robertson
went on to say of the scientists who conducted the study, “You know,
they get to be Ph.D.s and they wonder where they’ve studied and learned
all these things.” Ned McWilliams, attorney with Levin, Papantonio
believes, “It’s sad that someone of Mr. Robertson’s stature still
doesn’t understand the difference between weather (winter storms) and
climate (global warming).”

According to Professor Michael Oppenheimer, one of the Princeton
scientists involved in the study, “Every once in a while there’s going
to be a big storm, a kind of knock-out punch.” And in the US, over the
past 50 years, evidence supports his projection; there have been twice
as many extreme snow storms in the last 50 years than in the previous
60. Climatologists believe that a warming climate will decrease overall
snowfall, but, because a warmer atmosphere can hold more moisture,
storms will be much more severe when temperatures do get cold enough for

Of course, this is certainly not the first time televangelist, media
mogul, and uber conservative Christian commentator, Pat Robertson, has
made a controversial or demeaning statement. He also claims that God has
often spoken to him about impending world events including natural
disasters, recessions, presidential elections, and terrorist attacks.

He is perhaps best known for his irrational and disparaging remarks
and systems of thought such as his belief that the devastating
earthquake in Haiti was the result of Haitians’ pact with the devil,
which they made in order to liberate themselves from the French, or his
assertion that the devastation caused by hurricane Katrina was linked
to legalized abortion.

Two years ago, Robertson elicited a passionate response over his remarks on Alzheimer’s disease,
after he advised a caller to his television show, “The 700 Club,” that
he should tell his friend, whose wife was suffering from the disease, “…
he should divorce her and start all over again.” Robertson suggested
that, as Alzheimer’s disease is “a kind of death,” divorce would be a
viable option, but went on to say that the situation presented an
ethical dilemma for him and that he would not “put a guilt trip” on the
man in question if he decided he “had to have companionship” now that
his wife no longer recognized him.
True Christian
True Christian

Posts : 1
Join date : 2013-05-12
Location : Branson, MO

Back to top Go down

Back to top

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum