pat robertson calls for civil war over judges

In case you missed it yesterday, Pat Robertson, when interviewed on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” not only said that liberal judges are more of a threat to America than Al Qaeda, but that Muslims aren’t fit for higher office in the US. It’s absolutely, fucking amazing, and fortunately there’s evidence of its having happened. To see for yourself, check out the video at Crooks and Liars, or read the transcript at Sunday Morning Talk. And then spread the word. People need to be made aware of the fact that men like Robertson are the ones propping up Bill Frist, and pushing for the end of the filibuster on judicial nominees. The rest of us have been slow to realize it, but they are at war.

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  1. Tony Buttons
    Posted May 3, 2005 at 1:42 pm | Permalink

    Where did you find the photo of Pat Robertson reaching orgasm?

  2. john galt
    Posted May 3, 2005 at 8:06 pm | Permalink

    It is equally correct to say that some muslim orginizations (notably CAIR) are at war with western values in this country. There is a difference between the religion and the political apparatus that seeks to exploit it, this apparatus seeks to allow sharia courts (as they are pushing for in canada and the UK) and subject citizens who do not tow the line to Dhimmitude (do we really want to allow “honor killings in this country). In Canada, Muslim orginizations are seeking to impose a seperate judicial system on citizens of their faith. This is totaly incompatible to western values of equality under the law. The start of a police state is to grant many groups special privleges, then when chaos breaks out in the streets institute martial law to bring peace. Its not a new Idea, read Plato’s The Republic. I personally don’t like Robertson, but in some instances he makes a valid point. I don’t discredit his opinion based solely on the fact that he’s an evangelical. The multi-culti camp would disagree with me, but I think that for this country to maintain its cohesiveness and values that immigrants should assimilate to our country. If they don’t want to be subjected to American values and mores then why did they come here?

  3. mark
    Posted May 3, 2005 at 11:43 pm | Permalink

    I’m not a fan of Muslim extremism either, and I’m sorry if I gave you that impression… As for all this other stuff you’re talking about, I have to confess I’m at a bit of a loss. You see, I didn’t listen to Rush today and I’m not up to speed on this week’s talking points… I think you’re suggesting that I, and other progressives, would, if we had it our way, allow Muslim Americans to live by another set of laws. If that’s the case, I think you’re way off. I can’t speak for everyone on my side of the aisle, but, as for me, I quite like our Constitution and Bill of Rights and feel as though everyone here should be treated accordingly

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