Pat Robertson thinks the State Department needs an nuclear enema.

Is it just me? Or is Pat Robertson just becoming more and more of a crazy sum’bitch as he gets older?

Yahoo! News – US State Department protests televangelist’s nuclear threat

Robertson, who has been a frequent critic of the State Department, made the offending comments during an interview with a like-minded critic of US diplomacy, columnist Joel Mowbray, who has written a book entitled “Dangerous Diplomacy: How the State Department Threatens American Security.”

“I read your book,” Robertson said, according to a transcript of the interview posted on his Christian Broadcasting Network’s website (

“When you get through, you say, ‘If I could just get a nuclear device inside Foggy Bottom, I think that’s the answer’,” he said.

“I mean, you get through this, and you say, ‘We’ve got to blow that thing up.’ I mean, is it as bad as you say?” Robertson asked.

Mowbray responded: “It is.”

Mowbray’s book accuses the State Department of endangering the security of the United States by allegedly cavorting with sponsors of terrorism, negligence or incompetence in the visa issuance process and ignoring the travails of US citizens abroad.

Colin Powell ain’t too happy with Pat’s comments along with several other State Department official. God was unavailable for comment, but his press officials are trying to distance him from the increasingly loony Robertson.

9 thoughts on “Pat Robertson thinks the State Department needs an nuclear enema.

  1. I believe the term is “as a shithouse rat”.

    Do you think that that statement will get him put on the terrorist watch list?

  2. PR didn’t quite endorse nukeing Foggy Bottom, neither did he distance himself from that action. In any event, the whole interview was a conversaton between two people who wanted to conduct a diatribe.

    This is PR’s closing statement.

    Joel, thank you very much. Ladies and gentlemen, the book is called Dangerous Diplomacy. It is extremely interesting. I must say, you get a little bit discouraged when you read it, but something has got to be done. And we

  3. As I read Robertson’s opening statement, the quotes were where PR cited passages from Joel Mowbray’s book. He introduced Mowbray’s inflamatory suggestion, and then asked “…is it really as bad as you say”.

    Does this rise to the level of shouting fire in a crowded theater? I honestly don’t know.

    Incidently, I agree with your characterization of PR as el Wacko. I grit my teeth most every time I hear him speak.

  4. Pat Robertson is a mean spirited old man who distorts he Bible to support his hatred of other.

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