Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Bring it on. Oh, and after you bring it? Suck on this. Oh for Christ's sake. Someone send this carnival mind-reader a high school biology textbook. The comments take care of him pretty well, but you can see Pharyngula for a frogmarch through reality. Speaking of unreality, Pat Robertson says he was "misinterpreted."
"I said our special forces could take him out. Take him out could be a number of things including kidnapping," Robertson said on his "The 700 Club" television program. "There are a number of ways of taking out a dictator from power besides killing him. I was misinterpreted," Robertson added. Robertson, the founder of the Christian Coalition and a presidential candidate in 1988, said on Monday of Chavez, one of Bush's most vocal critics: "If he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it."
He blames it on the Associated Press. Lying little turd. Don't let him walk away from this. Don't let any of them walk away from shit like this any more. Also, dig this: Pat's business partner in his offshore gold mining business is (was? Will check later) Charles Taylor, famed tyrant dictator of Liberia. And it gets better: seems that Taylor has been fingered for funding al-Qaeda. (Scroll down.) Pat, Pat, Pat. Aiding and abetting the enemy. Tsk. Well, so much for John McCain. I liked McCain, I really did. I might have even voted for him. But I refuse to throw away a vote on anyone so stupid or spineless as to pimp for intelligent design.

2 Comments:

Blogger Schroeder said...

Assassination could be misinterpreted as ... assination? I don't know. Seemed pretty clear to everyone else. Hey, better misinterpreted than misunderestimated where assassination is the game.

8/24/2005 03:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Assignation. He suggested he might want an assignation with Chavez, but he's backed out. Which might be what he wanted.

8/26/2005 02:03:00 PM  

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