August 23, 2005

Pat, that's NOT Helping

Pat Robertson demonstrated the height of idiocy last night when he publicly called for the assasination of Hugo Chavez.

I've long called for the so called "moderate" Muslims to unequivically disavow the actions of their fringe element in public, so I think it only right and proper for me to do the same when a fringe element wild cannon cuts loose from my religious heritage. I hereby do so. LOUDLY, and publicly.

While I vehemently disagree with Mr. Chavez, assasination for political change is not the course for a civilized society to follow.

(Now in the same spirit as C.A.I.R., now I'll speak to my brethren in my own language: Brothers, we can't publicly say stuff like this. It's counterproductive, and even worse, it disallows "plausible deniability" when we have to resort to the dirty trick bag to prevent a serious war with our neighbors to the south.)

Posted by Delftsman3 at August 23, 2005 06:09 PM | TrackBack

Pinhead Roberts is like a lot of celebrities who thinks the just because he's speaking into the microphone he talking to the pulpit, ignoring the fact that the whole world monitors our every broadcast word. He's just another useful idiot of the media ploy to spread dissention.

Posted by: Jack at August 25, 2005 10:26 AM

If Robertson's going to be an idiot, he should at least be a man about it and be consistent. First he never said that then agreed that it was wrong to say it but then told us it wasn't really wrong in a certain sense.

I need to read Dante again. Do they put murderous equivocating snobs in a higher circle in heaven?

Posted by: Karlo at August 27, 2005 08:54 PM
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