Pat Robertson Placed A Veiled Threat Against President Obama Over The Airwaves


Televangelist Pat Robertson is one of the most reprehensible individuals I know of in this nation.  He proved that to be the case earlier this week, and in so doing in my judgment has made a veiled threat against President Obama.

Instead of praying for some type of havoc befalling the President the aging and decrepit ‘Christian’ might explore who can win not only the GOP nomination in 2016, but also sway the nation to follow that party.   Since the Republicans failed so miserably in 2012 Robertson really has only those like himself to blame.   Meanwhile many folks such as myself think President Obama is doing the nation’s work, and only wish the GOP would offer a hand to assist in the work of governing.

Meanwhile this is what Robertson is advocating.  He is truly a sick man.

 

11 thoughts on “Pat Robertson Placed A Veiled Threat Against President Obama Over The Airwaves

  1. tom

    Wow. If he is one of the most reprehensible you know of then you really do live a sheltered life. Just saying….he’s your garden variety reprehensible.

    Besides, plenty of people issued threats against Bush, but nobody really cared, at least not on the left.

  2. Pat Robertson has become a caricature of himself…like so many us as we grow older. Yet there is truth in the thought that America has changed under President Obama. We wait for him to leave to set things aright in government. He will be known as having the most partisan Executive Branch in this nation’s history. Whether by design or by failure to lead, more bulwarks against the unitary executive have been breached under him than under any other President. Let us hope that we can rebuild those bulwarks before someone destroys them permanently.

  3. The Republicans in congress have been the most partisan and history will show the lack of ability to compromise as a major factor fro discord during this time in our history.

  4. Tom

    Why is it the Rebublican responsibility to compromise? In the end Obama has been completely unable to broker compromises. Is Harry Reid any Better? But as the democrats control government it is their responsibility to offer an agenda which appeals to Americans of all parties.

  5. The Obama team and congressional Democrats compromised on all sorts of matters.

    The stimulus bill had many tax cuts catered for the GOP. School house construction funding was not included for the GOP. With healthcare item after item was altered or discarded for GOP wishes–only to have no votes at the end of the process from that side of the aisle.

    The GOP today is not the party that our fathers once knew. Partisanship now trumps the needs of the nation.

  6. Even one of your fellow Republicans invoked the word compromise today. Outgoing Mike Ellis stated, “I see that compromise is not valued in today’s Capitol environment, and that means I don’t fit in anymore.’ Granted the video, and not compromise pushed him out the door, but I think he was sincere about the problem under the dome.

  7. tom

    In all honesty, I think it is ridiculous to suggest that lack of compromise is a Republican thing. Do you really think that democrats are the civic minded, open handed politicians of the days of yore? That’s a fantasy or intellectual dishonesty. How much compromise was there when democrats controlled the legislature and Doyle was in power?

    Are Republicans willing to compromise as they once were? I don’t think so. But democrats are certainly no better which is why it would have been nice to have a leader instead of President Present.

  8. There is no way that you can truly have watched events since Jan. 2009 and not have come to the realization that the GOP 1) thinks they deserve to have the executive office 2) did not think Obama the duly elected president 3) showed their racist attitudes in various ways and 4) stated like Mitch out loud or not were determined to not allow him any victories but only worked to make him a ‘one-term president.’

    There has been no compromise from them, and as I stated in a previous comment the Dems have compromised in order to get items passed and moved through the process.

  9. I do suggest that the GOP will have to bend and compromise on immigration–and soon–or the nation will again hand the power to the Democrats. The voting demographics will not allow for the GOP victory in 2016 without compromise. That is the key, and I am watching with interest to see how this plays out. How many will link with Jeb Bush?

  10. Tom

    There is no way that you can truly have watched events prior to Jan. 2009 and not have come to the realization that the Dems 1) thought they deserved to have the executive office 2) did not think Bush the duly elected president 3) showed their racist attitudes in various ways and 4) stated like Reid and Pelosi out loud or not were determined to not allow him any victories but only worked to make him a ‘one-term president.’

    There was no compromise from them.

    I think the republican’s have the desire to move forward on immigration. It is reasonable to expect that reform begin with the same rigorous border security all modern nations aspire to. Given that the current president has given himself the extra-constitutional authority to alter even his own laws without the consent of congress, only the most blindly partisan would not acknowledge the difficulty they have in compromising.

    Finally, seeing how difficult it is for us to find common ground–aside from the opinion that Robertson was to some degree reprehensible–I can only imagine how much more difficult it must be for legislators of both parties.

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