Monday, July 24, 2006

Preachers Who Lie

Lately I have been just amazed at how stupid some of these national right wing religious extremist preachers have become. If they don't have the information supporting their propaganda and hate, they'll just create a "think tank" with all their millions. Where do they locate physicians who graduated from accredited medical schools who actually think their abstinence campaigns are saving lives? Or, scientists who think that no evolution information should be allowed in schools. This crap is just crazy, absurd stuff.

Where do preachers spreading hate and division in America (like Rev. Rick Scarborough at Vision America) go when they die, I wonder? Do I really want to go to a heaven full of them. Shit, I've already tolerated their nastiness and badgering for years on this earth, in this life.

Here is a good liar busted. Pat Robertson lied about his ability to leg press 2000 pounds, at 76 years of age? ...when the "record" is 665 pounds....

Excuse me, we're just not that stupid Rev. Pat Robertson. Good thing the guy is so damn old - maybe we will not have too many more foot in the mouth stories out of this old liar.
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Click here to read the full story about this wrinkled old Superman/lying millionaire/ preacher/hellbound/extemist --and send it to grannie before she mails the guy another dime.
Nice article By STEVEN G. VEGH, The Virginian-Pilot.

"Robertson’s assertion caught the attention of Clay Travis , a columnist for
CBS’s online magazine, who in a column earlier this week called
the claim impossible.Travis wrote that the all-time leg-press record for football players at Florida State University is 665 pounds less . “Where in the
world did Robertson even find a machine that could hold 2,000 pounds at one time?” Travis asked.The column evoked a flurry of incredulity and ridicule on blogs."

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