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Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Pat Robertson: Katrina "Good" Roberts Should Be "Thankful"

Posted by Frankie at 9/07/2005 07:20:00 AM

Radical fundamental "Christian" cleric and Republican, Pat "Assassination" Roberston never ceases to amaze me. In his profit for preaching program The 700 Club, the radical cleric went on to say that Supreme Court nominee John Roberts should be "thankful" for the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina, and it has actually brought some "good" for Roberts. Robertson was referring to the people not wanting to hear "inflamed rhetoric" about life and death while people are still fighting for their lives on the Gulf Coast. Media Matters has the text and video. Even more disgusting is the metaphor of "ill wind" and "blows" that Robertson uses.
ROBERTSON: Well, in a sense, they say it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good. Out of this tragedy, the focus of America is going to be on these victims, and inflamed rhetoric in the United States Senate is just not going to play well now because this is a time of healing and compassion and reaching out to people, and if they start going on a vendetta against Roberts in the Senate, it's just going to hurt them. And I think they know that, so, I mean, Judge Roberts can, maybe (laugh), you know, be thankful that a tragedy has brought him some good.
Notice that laugh when he mentioned the "good" that this "tragedy" has brought to Roberts. What the hell is it with the way Roberts pronounces the word "out", too? Sounds like some Frenchy godless Canadian if you ask me...

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