Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Pat Robertson says carbon dating proves there were NO dinosaurs on the Ark. Oh no he didn't!

Courtesy of Raw Story:

On Tuesday’s 700 Club, a viewer wrote Robertson that her “biggest fear is to not have my children and husband next to me in God’s Kingdom” because they question why the Bible could not explain the existence of dinosaurs. 

“Look, I know that people will probably try to lynch me when I say this, but Bishop [James] Ussher wasn’t inspired by the Lord when he said that it all took 6,000 years,” the TV preacher explained. “It just didn’t. You go back in time, you’ve got radiocarbon dating. You got all these things and you’ve got the caucuses of dinosaurs frozen in time out in the Dakotas.” 

“They’re out there,” he continued. “So, there was a time when these giant reptiles were on the Earth and it was before the time of the Bible. So, don’t try and cover it up and make like everything was 6,000 years. That’s not the Bible.” 

“If you fight science, you’re going to lose your children, and I believe in telling it the way it was.” 

Okay is anybody else feeling like they just dropped down the rabbit hole?

It was JUST a week ago that Marco Rubio got hung out to dry for refusing to confirm that the earth is 4.54 billion years old and here we have Pat Robertson, the guy that constantly blames devastating weather patterns on sweaty man on man love, saying that the idea that the earth is only 6,000 years old is total bullshit. WTF?

You know why this is happening don't you? It's because God gave Robertson a bad tip in the last election and made him look stupid. What goes around, comes around God. What goes around, comes around.

But don't you ignorant Xtians worry your pointy little heads, just because Robertson is refusing to shovel the Biblical bullshit certainly doesn't mean there aren't replacement for him out there.

For instance.


  1. So THAT's how we got Xmas. ROFL!

    1. Anonymous2:14 PM

      I'll drink to that!

  2. Anonymous2:19 PM

    And that is how the little Paylins came to be....the stork brought them .

  3. Anonymous2:20 PM

    I wonder if those "caucauses of dinosars" are registered to vote?

    1. Anonymous2:51 PM

      Yes, and they are Progressive Liberals.

    2. Oh, Droolie, you wish. LOL

    3. Anonymous4:11 PM

      Most Dinosaurs were PIMP DADDIES with a 2 toned short Penis and a Girlie voice. Their wives were skinny with Claws for hands, and the wives faked Pregnancies by attaching a pouch to their bellies.

  4. Anonymous2:34 PM

    Prayer Warriors are here:

    One of my worst nightmares is taking children to Sunday school and walking in to see Sister Sarah is the teacher.

    1. Anonymous2:40 PM

      Why would you ever take children to Sunday school???

    2. Lotsa folks addicted to that Kool-Aid.

  5. Anonymous2:44 PM

    Ha, "dinosaur caucuses (sic) frozen in time" - what a perfect description of our gridlocked legislators!
    (fossils aren't even "carcasses" anyway - there is just so much muddleheadedness there)

  6. Anonymous2:50 PM

    Those poor people. They don't know what to say anymore. Like Robertson says, "we will lose our children."

    If they can change their spewing on a dime like that, depending on the popularity of the subject, what does it tell us about their morals and beliefs? It tells us that they will all say whatever they need to say to stay in power.

    1. Anonymous3:45 PM

      Of course, it the public schools were to adopt the Louisiana "science" curriculum, the Robertson's grandchildren would all learn that the dinosaurs were definitely on the ark. That way, they might join him in his heaven but they would have a very difficult time navigating the 21st century. Doesn't Sarah Palin believe that dinosaurs and homo sapiens walked together here on planet earth just a few thousand years ago?

    2. "Doesn't Sarah Palin believe that dinosaurs and homo sapiens walked together here on planet earth..."

      Believe it? We have pictures of her saddled up on T-Rex. Yee-Haw!

      (ps, the later pix of Bristol on a Bull were rather anticlimactic.)

  7. WakeUpAmerica3:41 PM

    Dinosaur caucuses? Now that's a funny typo!

    1. Just for the record that is Raw Story's typo not mine.

      Mine are MUCH worse.

  8. Chella3:44 PM

    Oddly enough, it was the dinosaur issue that started my disbelief in god at age 7.

    My Sunday school teacher made such a big deal over dinosaurs and fossils being tricks of the devil to deceive us, meanwhile my little dinosaur obssesed self had already read every book on dinosaurs in the library, so I knew she was full of shit.

    If she got something so simple as the existence of dinosaurs wrong, what else could she not know?

    By age 10, I was certain the bible was full of shit, and that science was awesome.

    Reading, science and logic for the win.

  9. eclecticsandra3:44 PM

    Do you think Michelle got her answer?

  10. Anonymous4:02 PM

    Okay, I have a question. Did Sarah Palin actually say that? Because I remember comments here about her saying humans rode dinosaurs. If that whole spiel was her complete statement... Well I have to say, her ignorance is even more abysmal than I thought. And that says a whole lot!!

    1. No, no that was just for fun.

      However I do kind of believe that her future lies in becoming an evangelical of sorts.

      Which is awesome because you know that once she gets involved that ridiculous denomination will come to an end as well.

  11. You go back in time, you’ve got radiocarbon dating.

    FWIW, radiocarbon dating will only take you back about 60,000 years. Fortunately, there are other forms of radiometric dating, involving radioactive isotopes with much longer half-lives, that can be used on dinosaur fossils.

  12. As I mentioned previously, hell just froze over. I know some pretty smart people who bought into the bullshit. I wonder what they’ll do now. It’s going to be fun.

    When Palin is a normal weight, she gets thick in the neck. That’s what the starvation is all about.

  13. Caucuses of dinosaurs? What?

  14. I can't believe that a reasonable answer to a science question came from Pat Robinson. The same Pat Robinson that claimed that the earthquake that killed over 200,000 people was God's righteous judgement on Haiti's people because their ancestors swore a pact with the devil to be free from under the French rule.

    So it is really their fault that the earthquake happened. Cause...you know...that "Pact with the devil." thingy.

    Sorry to say, my mother actually believes this happened. Cause she heard it at church. "They wouldn't lie about something like this!"

    Why yes, my family is Southern Baptist...

  15. Anonymous5:51 PM

    It's ironic that you capitalize the X in Xtian...

  16. Anonymous6:13 PM

    Did Sandy save Occupy?

    The protest movement's disaster-relief efforts have helped it connect with the “99 percent” in new, meaningful ways

    "Occupy Sandy has cooked and distributed between 10 and 15 thousand meals each day; enlisted more than 7,000 volunteers; created three major distribution hubs from which it dispatches both workers and supplies; and established dozens of recovery sites in New York and New Jersey."


    Just AWESOME!

    1. Anita Winecooler8:43 PM

      I saw that earlier - what geniuses! They used prepurposed wedding registries to raise three quarters of a million in supplies, alone!
      The media spotlight has faded on the whole "Occupy" movement, but they're stronger than ever.

      The kids are alright!

  17. Anonymous7:16 PM

    What Going Over the Fiscal Cliff Means to the LGBT Community


  18. Anita Winecooler8:47 PM

    I wonder if Pat, himself, was one of the fossils tested with "radiocarbon dating"?

    I'd like to thank him on behalf of Wasilla's Fridge makers, he's like a mini stimulus!

  19. I know it's just a typo or something and it's supposed to be "carcasses", but I think "caucuses of dinosaurs" is my new favorite phrase of the day...

    1. Yeah, puck, I think you're right. But it does change the visual when it's written "caucuses of dinosaurs"... Makes me think of a Tea Party event with all of the lawn chairs and Obama-hater posters & signs with misspelled words. Not that there's anything wrong with getting older, because it beats the alternative. But those who refuse to adapt become extinct after finally resorting to eating one another.

    2. Anonymous6:41 AM

      "caucuses of dinosaurs frozen in time out in..."


  20. Anonymous3:56 AM

    OMg the word is coming to an end.Robertson and I actually agree on something for once. If he comes out and says the 7 days of the Bible are not seven 24 hours days then I'm building a bomb shelter and storing for like the doomsday preppers cause the end is near. On a side note does that mean they'll stop shoving the dinosaurs walked with people stuff now.

  21. Anonymous1:33 PM

    Wow. The Tundra Turd is pretty jowly in that photo.


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