Pat Robertson: Has The Cheese Fallen Off His Cracker?

Really, people.  I need to set up some kind of Google feed on Pat Robertson and then this blog will just write itself.

Pat Robertson, as many of you dear readers (all 2 or 3 of you) are no doubt aware, is no stranger to the realm of “He didn’t just say that, did he?  Oh snap, he did”.  Whether he is advising a man to divorce his wife with Alzheimer’s or opining to Condolezza Rice on the air that macaroni and cheese is a “black thing”, we are all painfully aware of Robertson’s gaffes of the gab.  Well, today I offer you even more evidence that the cheese, if it hasn’t slid all the way off Robertson’s cracker, is perilously close to doing so.

When tornadoes ravaged the Midwest earlier this month, he opined that it happened because people didn’t pray enough.  He also took Midwesterners to task for building homes in tornado-prone areas.  We also learned that the Haiti earthquake of 2010 happened because the people of Haiti made a pact with the devil.  And if all that isn’t enough, we now have him saying that marijuana ought to be legalized.