Some "Christians" are just wacky
It should be noted, Evangelical leader Ted Haggard was mired in a gay sex scandal. Brady Boyd who seceded Haggard senior pastor of their church said that "overwhelming pool of evidence" indicated "inappropriate, consensual sexual relationship" that "went on for a long period of time ... it wasn't a one-time act." (7 ).
Mr Dobson blamed ( or used it to promote his own cause ) the media for the school shooting in Littleton Colorado. He used phrases like "media saturated culture of death'" and from a "Judeo Christian value system" to a "post modern philosophy which states that there is no God and that absolute truth does not exist."(8 ).
Iran isn't too tolerant of questionable media either, a year after Mahmoud Ahmadinejad became president newspapers were closed, intellectuals arrested, satellite dishes confiscated and Internet traffic disrupted (9 ).
Though he's not Muslim Pat Robertson's has no problem with issuing fatwa's. He said about Hugo Chavez said the president of Venezuelan President "If he thinks we're trying to assassinate him, I think that we really ought to go ahead and do it. It's a whole lot cheaper than starting a war, and I don't think any oil shipments will stop."(10 ).
Robertson also sees the Christian God in the role of a community planner of sorts. He was convinced that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's stroke was punishment for "dividing God's land." (11 ).
On January 14 1991 the TV show 700 club Pat Robertson said, "You say you're supposed to be nice to the Episcopalian's and the Presbyterian's and the Methodists and this, that and the other thing. Nonsense! I don't have to be nice to the spirit of the Antichrists. I can love the people who hold false opinions, but I don't have to be nice to them." (12 ).
Pat Loves a theocracy on June 17 1998 he said "I want to say very clearly, ladies and gentlemen, there's no such thing in the Constitution as, quote, separation of church and state. That term does not exist in the United States Constitution. It existed in the former Soviet Union's constitution, but not America (13 ).
Pat doesn't even have his theocracy set up and he's already threatening government agencies In October 2003 while interviewing author Joel Mowbray he said "I read your book. When you get through, you say, 'If I could just get a nuclear device inside Foggy Bottom [the location of the U.S. State Department], I think that's the answer. I mean, you get through this [book], and you say, 'We've got to blow that thing up.'" (14 ).