See Rob Cottingham's article, You can’t televangelist anything ...
"Just once, I’d love to hear a deafening chorus of voices from mainstream christianity say—with full-page ads, speaking tours and mass rallies—“That guy doesn’t speak for us. Not just during these occasional brain farts, but the whole protect-the-powerful, blame-the-poor, whack-the-women, scapegoat-the-gays agenda that Robertson and his ilk are promoting. And memo to the media: please stop reporting that this handful of bitter, hateful control freaks is any kind of representation of the bulk of Christianity, because they aren’t.”
Pat Robertson is nothing more than a political opportunist. On April 17, 2001 speaking to CNN on China's abortion policy (Robertson is supposed to be opposed to abortion, but again the Christian rightgoes with "the end seems to justify the means"...
"Well, you know, I don't agree with it. But at the same time, they've got 1.2 billion people, and they don't know what to do. If every family over there was allowed to have three or four children, the population would be completely unsustainable. ... So, I think that right now they're doing what they have to do. I don't agree with the forced abortion, but I don't think the United States needs to interfere with what they're doing internally in this regard." CNN Transcript
It is amazing these people can sleep at night.
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