posted on Sep, 13 2012 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by MajorKarma
Oh for cying out loud! Do you have a mother, a grandmother any female in your life that you love and respect?
Originally posted by NOTurTypical
Originally posted by violet
reply to post by NOTurTypical
So what if they laughed. It still didn't make it a " joke". It's not the least bit comical.
We already stated numerous times that the joke was poor taste. But I'm concerned that no one says the same thing when Seth McFarlane not only jokes
about wife beating but also visually depicts it. Either wife-beating jokes are wrong for all folks at all times or there is hypocrisy at play here.
The intent by Pat was to make a funny and at the same time blast Islam, it just wasn't the right time to make a joke. But don't expect me to sit here
and make it more than it was. The difference between Pat Robertson and Seth McFarlane is Christianity.
A spade is a spade.
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When you say "we", you mean all the Christian males that are here defending Pat Robertson's comment simply because he shares your love of the Bible
and it's teachings. But, your blind allegiance to this bigoted nut job is just ignorant.
As I've stated before. men who beat their wives often joke and brag about it. Pat is feeding that mindset, if not promoting it!
The difference between "Family Guy's" Seth Mcfarlane, his show is a satirical commentary on the dim witted mindset of brainwashed, ignorant middle
class trash. It's meant to reflect what is wrong with society.
Pat Robertson and his "700 Club" on the, other hand, have an entirely different mission statement. They set themselves up as a religious authority
and ask their viewers to look to them for advice and inspiration, As a role model Robertson has a duty to offer responsible advice and not to mislead
his following into disrespecting their wives or to dismiss domestic violence as light hearted fun.
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