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It could be funny if it wasn’t so embarrassing!

Pat Robertson is at it again. It isn’t enough that he calls for the illegal assassination of a world leader, or his assessment that Ariel Sharon’s stroke was due to his dividing of the land of Israel – now he is waxing prophetic about a terrorist assault on the US, I think he just likes to see his name in the headlines. I for one am one evangelical who doesn’t want to be associated with this kind of drivel. How embarrassing. What a goofball.

Pat Robertson Check out his latest embarrassment here.

I had to control myself and edit what I originally wrote here – it was unbecoming of someone who named their blog “The Temple.” It was a not so subtle play on the words in the post -see if you can guess, add it to the comments if you think you are right.

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