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Pat Robertson Says God told him it will be a "blowout" for President Bush in 2004

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LunarRay

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Originally posted by: Nocturnal
I am pretty sure Pat Patterson is going to Hell.
I'm pretty sure God takes into consideration the actions of the feeble minded.. But, heck.. it may be true.. Bush said he talks to God and he seems pretty sure of himself. I just wish that when he, Bush, speaks to us he'd quit speaking in tongues.

 

Gaard

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If Bush doesn't win in a landslide does it do anything to Robertson as far as his credibility goes?
 

LunarRay

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Originally posted by: Gaard
If Bush doesn't win in a landslide does it do anything to Robertson as far as his credibility goes?
He didn't get God to divert that hurricane.. either.. so I doubt it.. He can always say God is punishing us with a liberal in the White House if Bush lost.. and don't ya think he ought to.. ?

 

Gaard

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Yes, I would welcome that kind of punishment.

"Thank you sir. May I have another?"
 

Red Dawn

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Originally posted by: alchemize
Originally posted by: Gaard
If Bush doesn't win in a landslide does it do anything to Robertson as far as his credibility goes?
And what if he does? ;)
He'd have the same credibility either way..NONE!

 

Vic

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Originally posted by: alchemize
Originally posted by: Gaard
If Bush doesn't win in a landslide does it do anything to Robertson as far as his credibility goes?
And what if he does? ;)
Then Pat would prove himself a vain false prophet yet one more time by taking glory to himself instead of giving that glory to God.

Think of it: a known anti-christ false prophet (who lives a life of wealth, greed, and political intrigue) has thrown his support to GW. Knowing that, how could any Christian vote for GW?
 

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