Godlodyte Pat Robertson: Parents Can Kick Out Pregnant Woman Because She is Stained

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Yesterday wacky Pat Robertson told parents not to kick their son’s pregnant girlfriend out of the house even though she was a “stained woman.”  That’s right…a stained woman.  Ole Pat is the guy who talked about women submitting to their husbands.

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Anyway, a viewer named Pat told the nutty Godlodyte in an email that he and his wife had allowed the unmarried couple to live in their house because they were expecting a baby.

“They are not married and my wife and I are beside ourselves,” Pat wrote, adding that he suspected that they were having [sinister] sex in the house.

“It seems like fornication to us,” the viewer complained. “What is the line for us to help but not enable continued sin? Are WE sinning by allowing them both to live in our house?”

Robertson wailed that times had certainly changed.

“You know, the old thing was the little girl would show up on the doorstep with a baby, and the harsh father would slam the door in her face and say, ‘Go forth, you stained woman,’” he explained. “Look, that kid is going to be your grandchild, and it’s not a question of the fact that you’re now trying to keep them from having sex, they’ve already had sex, and they’re going to have a baby.”

Robertson recommended that the best course of action would be to show the couple “the love of God, and encourage them to get married.”

“Who ever heard of they’re going to wait until the baby’s born?” he asked. “The term for somebody who is born out of wedlock is bastard. You’re giving the child illegitimacy.”

“But the big thing now is you’re going to have a grandchild, and it’s not his fault or her fault that the mother or father have taken bad choice,” Robertson concluded.

Watch the video below from CBN’s The 700 Club, broadcast July 24, 2014.

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4 Responses to Godlodyte Pat Robertson: Parents Can Kick Out Pregnant Woman Because She is Stained

  1. James Smith Reply

    July 25, 2014 at 6:22 am

    Because she would clearly not be a virgin when she married will Pathetic Pat demand she be stoned to death? If he’s going to go by the babble, he must. Someone should tell him that.

    For that matter what about the purported mother of Jesus, Mary? Why wasn’t she stoned?

  2. Marsha Woerner Reply

    July 25, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    Actually, although I generally don’t like anything that Pat Robertson says, in this case is surprisingly reasonable!

  3. Marsha Woerner Reply

    July 25, 2014 at 2:12 pm

    (arrrrgh! It is a did it again! I know it’s not possible for something to post itself, but this is the 2nd time that it has hosted in the middle of my writing! It may have something to do with the voice recognition that use, but that doesn’t seem reasonable, either!)
    Pat Robertson at me recognizes that the baby will be the grandchild of the questioner, and he says that the pregnant mother should not be kicked out! I don’t agree with their lunatic religion, but they clearly do, and that Pat Robertson, although he is number 1 loony actually makes a humane statement.
    Who’d a’ thunk?

  4. Norman Rampart Reply

    July 25, 2014 at 6:01 pm

    As one proud bastard to many others. Couldn’t give a monkeys. We don’t need some right wing religious nut job telling us we’re bastards. We already know.

    Wouldn’t like to be him if he comes up against any hard bastards.

    …mind you…at least he’d give us bastards a roof over our heads…maybe he’s seen the light! ;-)

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