Wednesday, January 03, 2007

He's off his meds again.

The certifiably insane Rev. Pat Robertson is hearing voices again. Every year at around this time Pat hears Jehovah whispering to him. Last year God told Pat that there would be major storms hitting the coast of the United States. Last year was a real anomaly. Not one hurricane battered the coast at all.

Now Crazy Pat is saying that a new terrorist attack will result in “mass killing” in the United States. “I’m not necessarily saying it’s going to be nuclear. The Lord didn’t say nuclear. But I do believe it will be something like that.” Rev. Loony says that major cities will be involved and that millions of people could be involved and that it will take place after September.

Oddly Robertson said: “I have a good relatively good track record. Sometimes I miss.”

How is that possible? If he’s reporting what God told him then he would have to say that sometimes God misses.

In fact most of Robertson’s “prophecies” are rather pathetic. He predicted in 2004 that Bush would easily win. It was not an easy win by any means. And if you think about it this wasn’t really going on a limb. For all practical purpose the US presidential is a two horse race so that pretty much narrows down the choices. He predicted Bush would appoint conservative judges -- gee, not that was a surprise. He predicted that Social Security reform would pass and it didn't. He's not correctly predicted anything that is unexpected and has been wrong several times. Hardly a good record.

And last year’s prediction about storms battering the coast couldn’t have been further off. Robertson, however says, that heavy rains in New England partly fulfilled his prophecy. Nope. It doesn’t. And don’t forget he added a tsunami hitting the US in that prophecy as well. God was mumbling. What he really said: “No Pat I’m not speaking to you. So sue me.” That was “so sue me” not tsunami.

This report includes tape of Crazy Pat drooling about what Jehovah told him.


Blogger Publius II said...

Nice! heh. At this point, Pat Robertson should be written off, in my humble opinion. Clearly he is not a prophet and God is not speaking to him. Prophets who heard God (as recorded in Scripture) were never wrong, and were most often accompanied by some sort of verifying miraculous signs being performed and seen by multitudes of people. So obviously, Pat is indeed a looney. (as much as I hate to sling mud)

January 04, 2007

Blogger GodlessZone said...

Oh please Publius! I can write a fiction story where I claim that X said Y and then I can write the story so that Y happens. Or I can do what modern psychics tend to do wait until something happens and then claim they predicted it. You assume the myths of the Bible are exactly what they say they are. You have no evidence that the prophecy was actually made before the incident and in most cases there is no evidence of the incident either. But that falls outside the box you have placed yourself into in regards to your theology.

January 04, 2007

Blogger Publius II said...

I said nothing of the truth of what I claim, only that if one believes in the truth of the Scriptures, and claims God is speaking to him, then there are certain perameters that must fit.

January 04, 2007

Blogger Himself said...

There is god talk, a Pat Robertson hosted video and Miracles in Missouri.
Please grace me with a visit if you fancy a read.

January 04, 2007

Blogger GodlessZone said...

Publius: You said that the prophets, as recorded in the Scripture, were never wrong! Then you write: "I said nothing of the truth of what I claim." Maybe you write badly? Maybe you don't understand what you say? But when you say that the prophets recorded in the Bible were never wrong you are making a "truth claim" whether or not you wish to admit it.

January 12, 2007


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