Monday, May 02, 2005

Constitutional Crisis for Dummies, by Pat Robertson

This is courtesy of The New York Daily News, which evidently suffered through and watched Pat Robertson for half an hour (on Sunday, with George Stephanopolous),

"Over 100 years, I think the gradual erosion of the consensus that's held our country together is probably more serious than a few bearded terrorists who fly into buildings," Robertson said on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos."

"I think we have controlled Al Qaeda," the 700 Club host said, but warned of "erosion at home" and said judges were creating a "tyranny of oligarchy."

Confronted by Stephanopoulos on his claims that an out-of-control liberal judiciary is the worst threat America has faced in 400 years - worse than Nazi Germany, Japan and the Civil War - Robertson didn't back down.

"Yes, I really believe that," he said. "I think they are destroying the fabric that holds our nation together."

He's right, you know: slavery, The Great Depression, good times with Vietnam, assassinations and impeachments and attempts to pack the Supreme Court, LEGAL AND ENFORCED SLAVERY...all walks in the park for society and system, paling in comparison.

The USA finally faces its greatest test. After 218 years of judges judging left and right, in some judicial pupal state, The Robed Ones have finally emerged to attack us all from their mighty benches, with poison-tipped gavels, to suck our moral blood and replace us with unquestiontioning, pliant zombie replicants. Dear old Pat needn't worry, though; he has been an unthinking, cold-blooded pod person for decades.

I know he's any easy target, but he refuses to go away, so he deserves at least some disbelief and mockery from the rest of us.


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