By Lex July 10, 2013 @ 4:49 PM
I’ll say this for Pat Robertson, he always seems really happy about some of the shit he spouts. He just drops little nuggets on the 700 Club like seeing pictures of two dudes kissing on Facebook make him want to hit the ‘vomit button’ and it’s like he’s telling a knee-slapper at a cocktail party. There’s no white hood or angry scowls or fist pounding or hateful words. Just, dudes kissing makes him vomit. Heartfelt laughter. The end. He’s kind of genius in his prejudice. Personally, I don’t like seeing anybody kiss on Facebook. Or anywhere else. I hate happiness and joy. A ‘Fuck you, you attention starved oversharing bastard’ button on Facebook would be nice.
By Lex May 16, 2013 @ 1:10 PM
I guess this is supposed to be creating shocking waves of resentment among the liberated minds around the nation. Pat Robertson essentially telling a caller that she needs to stop whining about her husband cheating a couple times here and there and focus on the good stuff. Like, does he pay the rent and take the kids to Little League and not hit the sauce and beat you. Because men have a tendency to wander every now and then so deal with it. I wanted to get outraged. And Pat Robertson is really a total tool.. But he’s also… right. Clearly, he’s right. Most married men cheat and the others are just fucking lazy. If you can keep your man to a couple one-night wick dips every decade or so, and he’s an otherwise good man, then, yeah, he is a good man. And that part Pat says about women keeping a happy enticing home is also right. Men who are getting loved up at home are less likely to go full ditch. Just a fact. Hating a fact doesn’t make it go away. The good news for women who find this all disappointing and not at all like a Disney cartoon is that you no longer have to get married. For most of history, you had to. Now, it’s a total choice. You want loyalty? Get a cat and a vibrator, which is a joke if you know anything about cats.