Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Pat Robertson suggests grandparent get grandchild away from atheist parent. Oh yeah, that's a good plan.

Courtesy of Raw Story:  

“Pat, I am very concerned because this past weekend my 6-year-old grandson said his dad told him God and Jesus were not real and were just made up to scare people about dying,” a viewer named Elizabeth explained to Robertson in an email. 

Elizabeth said that she tried to “explain the truth” to her grandson but he wouldn’t believe her. 

“I’m worried for my grandson’s soul,” she wrote. 

“You should be,” Robertson agreed. “If there’s any way you can get that child away from that… His father telling him that. I don’t know, but if there’s any way you can get him enrolled in a Christian school or get him into some, you know, they have daily vacation Bible school and things.” 

“There’s all kinds of things you could do to kind of get him into some positive influences,” he noted.

What Pat Robertson really wanted to say: "Yes if there were any way you could get this child away from their parent so that you could indoctrinate them into your stone age superstitious nonsense that would be great. Oh and don't forget to send me money!"  

I mean sure taking the child from his home might potentially traumatize them, and secretly enrolling him in a Christian summer camp would undoubtedly screw up this grandmother's relationship with the boy's father, but does any of that really count when there is even one child who might be using that Satanic critical thinking voodoo?

Remember if you do not get them young it becomes increasingly difficult to convince them to buy into your bullshit.


  1. Anonymous6:17 AM


    1. Anonymous6:49 AM

      Lol! That was thought exactly. My comment was going to be:
      That old fool needs to die.

    2. Anonymous7:02 AM

      I will read his obituary with great enthusiasm!

    3. Anonymous7:23 AM

      He's 85; it can't be too much longer.

    4. Leland9:30 AM

      Will someone PLEASE put this jackass out of our misery?!

    5. Anonymous9:43 AM

      The good die young, but assholes live forever. I bet Pat will live to be 100.

  2. Randall6:35 AM

    To use Aesop's Fables as a metaphor for today's Christianity:
    rather than understand the morals behind the stories, they worship the Hare, the Tortoise, the Goose, and especially - above all else - the Golden Eggs.

  3. Anonymous7:12 AM

    Better yet, MOVE everyone from Pat Robertson!

  4. Anonymous7:18 AM

    Have you run out space in your Asylums? You definitely need to stick these religious nuts in something with padded walls and stop the nutters interfering with sensible people

    1. Anonymous8:13 AM

      Reagan CLOSED the asylums. St. Ronnie wanted these religious nuts telling America right from wrong. Them and Nancy's astrologers. Same difference, really.

  5. Anonymous8:15 AM

    When is this guy's "send me a million or my maker will call me home" moment going to come?
    Speaking of... aren't we expecting the "preacher transformation" of the wandering whelk from wasilla any day now? Where else is she going to go, the trump cabinet?
    Oh look... I made a funny!

  6. Anonymous8:23 AM

    Pat Robertson Has No Time For Christians Who Accept Gays


  7. Anonymous8:25 AM

    From the beginning of mankind, man has used religion to enslave his fellow man. It did not start with pat.

    1. Leland9:32 AM

      No, but he sure has gotten really good at it!

  8. Anonymous8:51 AM

    Pssst....some of us Grandparents are atheists


  9. Anonymous10:28 AM

    The world will be a better place when Pat Robertson and others like him are 6 feet under ground and not breathing

  10. Anonymous1:48 PM

    My interpretation. Based on what was posted in this article. Given the context with the quotes used...

    While I wouldn't put it past Robertson to say to a grandparent or other to take the kid away from non-Christian parents, in this instance since he cited Christian school or Vacay Bible School, I think he meant to find ways to get the kid into a Christian environment when it's possible.

    Not to permanently take the kid away.

  11. Anita Winecooler5:37 PM

    I just love me some Pat Robertson for shits and giggles. He reminds me of the old fart on the highway doing 30 in the left lane with his right blinker going on and off for miles.
    And his co host's SOOOO concerned and worried for the kid's soul, bless her white cotton panties!
    Believe it or not, families DO grapple with issues like this. My parents were aghast that we didn't have our kids "Baptized", nor our male child circumcised, but we somehow agreed to disagree and earned each other's respect.

  12. Anonymous4:01 PM

    Then why the fxck is trump (Hitler) not dead!!!!!


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