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Jim Bakker says Pat Robertson can pray away hurricanes

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So the Religious Right has claimed that hurricanes and other disasters only happen because of gays.  This implies gays have the power to control hurricanes.  Therefore Pat Robertson must be gay.  Whoops.


The new Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy: Massacre a crowd of civilians, draw a target around them, and declare they were all terrorists.


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I promise you, Pat Robertson is not gay.

 

While it is true that gays cause hurricanes, tornadoes, floods, famine, pestilence, drought, climate change, earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, landslides, eclipses, supernovas, meteors and comets, I think the part about Pat Robertson being  able to control weather phenomena may be overstated.  I get absolutely no motion of the needle on my gaydar when I see this man.  If my conclusion is mistaken and he actually is gay, then please, nobody ever tell me. 

 

Now this Bakker character.  What a fuckwad.  I don't know or care if he believes any of the ridiculous shit he spews, I do dislike his promotion of blatantly idiotic, ancient stupidity as a superior choice to reason and logic.


Join our religion of love and peace or burn in hell!


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I can't take this shit anymore. I can only hope my Space Brothers come back and get me one of these days and take me back to the planet I am suppose to really live on.  [smilie=hrmm.gif]


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I've prayed away two alien invasions and fifteen asteroid strikes. There was also that plague of butterflies which I managed to contain within a small area of uninhabited jungle. [No need to thank me; it's what I do.]

 

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"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it."
--Voltaire


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The new Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy: Massacre a crowd of civilians, draw a target around them, and declare they were all terrorists.


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I think Pat Robertson must be gay.  The thought of gay sex gets him so worked up and excited.  He really gets into the biological details of what the men do with each other.  He acts like he still has a pulse.  When he talks about women -- nothing.  


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