The Campaign For DA

12.19.2014

Pat Robertson Speaking Truth And Speaking Crazy



We start off with a question from a gal in some crazy church. They can't date? At all? Ever? And Pat gives her some pretty good advice: That church is crazy so get the heck out of there.

But before that, for a reason that can't be explained, he throws out the hot opinion that gays will die out because they can't reproduce. Hey, I'm no scientist, but I think there's a flaw in that theory.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

How is that ISIS fight going?

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Anonymous said...

But before that, for a reason that can't be explained, he throws out the hot opinion that gays will die out because they can't reproduce.


Is that not true?

Just ask RAGE.

Anonymous said...

I LOVEit when one church calls another church crazy!

Guess what? You're all crazzzzzzzzzzzzzy!

Anonymous said...

Pretty sure I'm the gayest person I've ever known and I was born to two heterosexual parents so...

Bear said...

But before that, for a reason that can't be explained, he throws out the hot opinion that gays will die out because they can't reproduce.

Is he just making an analogy?

Surely that is not beyond the grasp of a highly educated lawyer?

Anonymous said...

Actually, most of us geneticists recognize that homosexuality is almost as genetically limiting as female hemophilia.

Kind of an in lab joke.

But that does not mean the standard Bell curve for most traits is not still valid. There will always be some percentage of people who will chose to be gay. There is not a "gene" that can be turned on, or bred out, that will promote or prevent gayness.

Obviously, any mutation that came along that could cause gayness, would be automatically selected for removal, even if recessive. Unless of course, Darwin's theory is completely false.

There could be environmental factors that could increase the possibility someone could display homosexual tendencies.

Gregor Mendel

Anonymous said...

The gay gene is special, magical really. It lies dormant for tens of thousands of heterosexual couplings, apparently, only to be triggered by the advent of social media and other forms of mass communication. So, Mr. Robertson, we get what you're trying to say...but the fact that gay people exist today is a perfect argument against your comment. You suggest "they" can't continue on...but how did "they" get here in the first place?

Katy Anders said...

I always wonder whether he previews these questions ahead of time or just spitballs it. The viewer questions I see online are parody-quality.

Incidentally, my parents were both heterosexual, so it probably looked like they had that whole gay thing just about beaten.

Candance said...

Why can't there be a like button for comments like on Facebook because I love Katy's comment.

Anonymous said...

Pat Robertson - just wonder how many women he has either touched or fantasized about? How much money has this man made telling folks how to live their lives?

He is NOT God.

THANK GOD!

Anonymous said...

blow the dust of your bibles and read the first chapter of
romans. and you'll know how "they" got here in the first place