Friday, January 12, 2007

Have you noticed that Prophets George Bush and Pat Robertson's god has either a lousy track record for accuracy or a very warped sense of humor?

Bush's messianic complex got us into this Iraq war quagmire, and every outcome he's predicted so far has failed.

Pat Robertson's latest, "God told me of mass killing late in 2007. I'm not necessarily saying it's going to be nuclear. The Lord didn't say nuclear. But I do believe it will be something like that," is stunningly vague, isn't it? At least Bush's prophecy that our troops would be greeted with flowers and candy on the road to Bagdhad was specific (though wrong, of course.)

A few more of Robertson's prophecies:

He predicted in January 2004 that Bush would "easily" win re-election. In fact, Bush received only 51 percent of the popular vote.

In 2005, he said Bush "would have victory after victory in his second term."

God told him last May that "storms and possibly a tsunami were to crash into America's coastline in 2006."

Did anyone else notice that Bush used the words "mass killing" in his speech the other night?

Just wondering.