|Father Avalanche - 2012-08-18 |
He forgot to put his eyes in again.
|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2012-08-18 |
I think these men are running scared because they realize they're dating someone that will keep adopting needing kids. She's unmarried and already has three kids in her home. Many men want kids, so that's four kids at least at some point. That's a big responsibility.
If she's adopted three kids without the support of a partner, ... will she want to keep adopting kids after she's with a partner? Very likely. She probably has some kind of weepy-heart and feels she has to adopt/save as many as she can.
I wouldn't touch that with a ten foot pole myself. She needs a special kind of man that has a weepy heart as well and doesn't mind sending 3-4 kids to college in this kind of economy.
It's all about money folks. Love has nothing to do with it. I'm in trouble.
Nobody wants to wake up ten years later and realize they married Mia Farrow.
She says the guys in question say would be fine with it if they were HER kids. Whether that's true, or just an excuse they give is up for debate. What ISN'T a debate is that she doesn't have a "United Nations"-worth of diverse kids in her home; she's got three kids, and she has been raising them on her own. If her dates' concerns were whether she planned to adopt more, if she planned on them being responsible for putting her kids through college, or if they would be able to have any kids of their own making, they should ask her about it instead of just cutting and running and sputtering something about how uncomfortable they'd be being dating a woman who loves children enough to help some who aren't even related to her.
|TeenerTot - 2012-08-18 |
Like Jesus said, "Let the little children live in orphanages."
Only damaged people love used kids anyway.
oh that is BRUTAL
|Riskbreaker - 2012-08-18 |
Isn't this guy late for his next 100 years sleep?
|Hooker - 2012-08-18 |
I thought Pat Robertson was at least consistent to Christian principles, but I guess not.
Billy the Poet
Pat Robertson is a multi-millionaire who walks in the highest circles of temporal power. Every second of his existence is in opposition to Christian principles.
|Billy the Poet - 2012-08-18 |
NO ABORTIONS! NO ADOPTIONS!
ARE THERE NO WORK-HOUSES?
And the lord said "be unfruitful, and decrease the surplus population."
Yeah, put the brain-damaged crack babbies work! Unpaid prison labor isn't enough.
|Xenocide - 2012-08-18 |
The United Nations comment is telling. In Pat's mind these orphans are all brown little heathens, and thus unworthy of love.
Note the visible censorship that occurs inside of him as he gropes for a camera-fit phrase to use when he brings up that little kid. After scanning his memory banks, a bitterly toned 'colombian' is what he says. I'd love to know what his go to phrase was.
Billy the Poet
"The West Indians are niggers. These people are WOGS!"
|StanleyPain - 2012-08-18 |
Time to put grampa to bed.
|Aelric - 2012-08-18 |
I wonder how good that co-host ladies paycheck feels. I bet it feels real shitty.
Billy the Poet
I wondered about her. The last time I saw 700 Club, the co-host was a hideous piece of pre-orgasmic woman jerky.
|misterbuns - 2012-08-18 |
Interesting edit @ 1:11.
|Seven Arts/H8 Red - 2012-08-18 |
What "Pat Robertson" doesn't tell you is HOW that Colombian boy's brain was damaged. You see, "Robertson" is the wizard Shazam in disguise, and that boy was deemed unfit to be his champion.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-08-18 |
Pat, you're a fucking piece of shit. Because you are devoid of compassion and you're a fucking piece of shit.
|Camonk - 2012-08-18 |
Jesus hated people who took on other people's problems. They were the worst.
|Binro the Heretic - 2012-08-19 |
Just fucking DIE, already. Go on to your "great reward". You know you want to.
I love his unintelligible reaction to the co-host referring to the men as "dogs".
"Don't insult my row mahee."
Was anyone able to tell what in Hell he said?
Also, "I'm in trouble, now."
|hichief - 2012-09-12 |
Didn't Jesus say something about loving ALL the children of the world or something? That they had more faith than an adult would and therefore more pure and ... Actually nah you're right Pat, I think he said they were diseased, broken, and hopeless too!
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