Oh, god please smite the judges
Ayatollah Pat Robertson is crazy enough to deserve his own blog. But for the time being he'll have to reside in a blog that looks at all the crazies like him.
Apparently Robertson is really anxious for people to die. We know that he called assassinations on his "Christian" TV show. He has warned the people of Dover, PA that God will not save them if they are trouble because they voted out the creationist school board. It also appears he has been praying for the death of Supreme Court judges.
A Justice is appointed for life and that usually means precisely that: they are in office usually until they die. John Roberts was appointed by the Rev. Bush when Chief Justice Rehnquist died for instance.
Well that Rev. Bush was able to do that got Ayatollah Robertson salivating something fierce. Robertson, on his so-called ministry television show called on Jesus to "Do miracles." The miracles apparently were getting rid of some other justices on the court to make way for Rev. Bush appointees.
Robertson prayed: "Take control, Lord! We ask for additional vacancies on the court, and we ask for additional fine people like John Roberts. Lord, speed this hearing process; may there be no rancor. May the Senate comport itself as it should, and may we see peace, harmony and a rapid confirmation process. Do miracles, Lord. We pray in Jesus' name. Amen."
No doubt the IRS will be breathing down his neck threatening to take away his tax exempt status. That Robertson is blatantly political is ignored however since he is not All Saints Episcopal Church of Pasadena, CA. They were threatened with losing their tax exempt status because they were anti-Bush. But for the time being calling on Jesus to bump off members of the Supreme Court seems to tax exempt even if Robertson became a millionaire due to his ministry.