Back In The Stocks: Robertson’s guessing game with God

We were about to release Pat Robertson from the stocks this week, but had to turn right around and put him back in.

Why? God told the televangelist who’ll win the Presidential election in 2012, but Pat’s keeping it a secret.

In The Stocks“I think He showed me about the next president, but I’m not supposed to talk about that so I’ll leave you in the dark — probably just as well — but I think I know who it’s gonna be,” Robertson said on his Christian Broadcasting Network’s “700 Club.”

The big tease!

We DO know ONE thing. The Almighty is mightily displeased with Robertson’s fellow evangelical, Barack Obama. You may have thought that God was pretty indifferent to anyone else’s agenda. But we learn that God is highly agitated about Obama’s political agenda for America.

“Your president holds a radical view of the direction of your country which is at odds with the majority,” Robertson says God told him.  “Expect chaos and paralysis.”

“So I’m saying, God, let me give you some suggestions and you tell me if any of them is right, pick one. I said, is it an EMP blast? No that isn’t it. Is it a cosmic or solar or radiation blast? No. Is it Mayan galaxy alignment? No. Is it Iranian or North Korean nuclear threat? No. Is it an earthquake or a volcano? No. Is it a massive power failure? No. What is it? It’s an economic collapse. And God said, This is not my judgment, they are bringing it upon themselves.”

In The Stocks returns us to the era before mass media, when village miscreants were pilloried for public mocking and ridicule.

About Skippy R

Skippy R is retired after toiling as a scribe for a large denominational newspaper in Texas for about 40 years. He's written for The Wittenburg Door and Beliefnet. He lives in Dallas with his wife, Mrs. Skippy, and leads a Bible study in his home. Mostly spends time running after his grandkids. He is -- what are they calling it now? -- a Jesus follower.
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