On May 8th he announced, "If I heard the Lord right about 2006, the coasts of America will be lashed by storms."
If he heard the Lord right? Are God's woofers and tweeters not producing good sound these days? Or did the reverend forget his medication?
He continued, "There well may be something as bad as a tsunami in the Pacific Northwest."
O-o-o-o-o-o-o, I'm scared. I'm also in the midwest.
Pat Robertson, by the way, is the same guy who said we should assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. He also thinks Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon was struck down by a stroke as divine retribution because Israel pulled out of the Gaza Strip.
And the reason the media is reporting Robertson's weather from God is because. . .?
Is this the network news' version of reality entertainment?
If they want dumbass
predictions to fill a slow newsday, I have a boatload. But they aren't
from God. They're from falling asleep with the TV on.
Here's one: Americans will get even fatter. Except for Kirsty Alley.
The money you pay your HMO will not cover the medication or surgery for
whatever it is you're sick with. But if you're between 55 and 85 you
can buy funeral insurance for just pennies a day.
To fix Social Security, the government will let everyone over 65 move
to FEMA trailers in New Orleans which have been decorated by Nate
Berkus from the Oprah Show.
And another: The
estimated twelve million illiegal immigrants is really closer to forty
million, but that new electric fence from Home Depot will keep dogs
from crossing the river.
What's Pat Robertson got that I don't have?