What did the wacko Christian Fundies say about 9/11? Pat Robertson said, “He blames 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina on gays and lesbians, cozies up to the Chinese coercive and murderous one-child policy…”
Here is a smattering of the insane viewpoints of those in the GOP’s sociopathic and pervert division of their party.
The Reverend Pat Robertson, of CBN, aka 'The Christian Broadcasting Network.' To Robertson, Katrina was not merely punishment for legal abortion but also a blessing for the Right because the storm diverted the nation's attention away from the Senate confirmation hearing of George W. Bush's nominee for the Supreme Court, John G. Roberts Jr.
Out of this tragedy, the focus of America is going to be on these victims, and inflamed rhetoric in the United States Senate is just not going to play well now because this is a time of healing and compassion and reaching out to people, and if they start going on a vendetta against Roberts in the Senate, it's just going to hurt them. And I think they know that, so, I mean, Judge Roberts can, maybe, you know, be thankful that a tragedy has brought him some good.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minnesota) was preaching the message that hurricane Irene was a divine warning to our nation's capital.
I don't know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We've had an earthquake; we've had a hurricane. He said, 'Are you going to start listening to me here?
Rev.Clyde Higgins delivered to the readers of Christwire: Irene was punishment for New York legalizing same sex marriage.
You have betrayed America’s duty as a Christian nation to make homosexuals miserable in their sins. You have allowed the biggest city of America to be a modern Sodomy Megalopolis.
Texas pastor John Hagee claimed that the 2005 storm was sent to punish New Orleans.
All hurricanes are acts of God, because God controls the heavens. I believe that New Orleans had a level of sin that was offensive to God, and they are -- were recipients of the judgment of God for that. The newspaper carried the story in our local area that was not carried nationally that there was to be a homosexual parade there on the Monday that the Katrina came...And I believe that the Hurricane Katrina was, in fact, the judgment of God against the city of New Orleans.
Oregon's David Crowe, an ordained minister who is the founder and president of Restore America, agreed that it was America that was being punished, not just the immoral pagans on the Gulf coast:
Katrina was an act of God upon a sin-loving and rebellious nation, a warning to all who foolishly and arrogantly believe there is no God, and that if He did exist, "would not have done such a thing!" It is also a serious call to repent, to turn away from our wicked ways, from the heart of a loving Father.
The Writer of Psalm 107 closes by saying, "Who is wise? Let him give heed to these things, and consider the Loving kindness of the LORD."
Now that Hurricane Isaac is about to land in Tampa disrupting the GOP’s nomination convention, what will the psychopaths, sociopaths and perverts filling the halls say about this ocean drenching upon their lies, fraudulent presentations, hypocrisies, junk science garbage, and overall bullshit?
Will Bachmann and Romney come out and say that the sins of the Party of No are being punished for damaging the country? Will they come forward and admit that they have a platform that will seriously injury those who already have been damaged by their serious policies implemented by their last Evil Lilboy occupying the White House?
Will we see a transformation, or an admission of guilt by these conartists for destroying working class savings, the destruction of working class wages, the give-aways of the nation's wealth to the bankstas, the politicizing of the Supreme Court, the fascist process of controlling elections, the theft of American jobs, which were sent overseas by the likes of their chief nominee—Pinhead Romney?
Or, will they just proclaim that God is trying to wash away their sins by having the ocean’s waves sweep over their convention in order to cleanse their souls of their evil ways.
Doubtful. They will say nothing. They will ignore their hypocrisies of berating Democrats, and spew inept and stupid criticisms along with the chastising of liberal and centrist viewpoints and policies that were better for the nation, but instead traded them for more damaging and painful policy decisions that were devastating to hundreds of thousands of innocent Americans, and just bad for the nation.
Glenn Beck said this about Katrina and hurricanes, and it appears to be true in regards to the GOP’s convention in Tampa. Was this a prophecy directed to the regressives having their nomination party?
...this hurricane is a blessing. It is a blessing. It is God reminding you, as was the earthquake last week, it’s God reminding you, ‘You’re not in control.'
Amen, Glenn, Amen!!