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Pat Robertson Endorses Rudolph Giuliani



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Pat Robertson endorses cross-dressing, pro abortion, Knight of Malta Rudolph Giuliani

Pat Robertson is an obvious fraud. Not only that, when his seared conscience realizes upon death what trouble he is in with God that will be a reality I wouldn't wish on my worst enemy. Pat Robertson is one of the most evil men upon the face of the whole earth. Why you say? Answer is simple. Because the wrath and condemnation of God are heaped upon those who are pretending to be stewards of God and yet throw biblical principles out the window in the publics eye over and over again.

Pat Robertson will also have the blood of many poor Iraqis on his hands as well for supporting this papal inquisition in the mid east.

Just a side note. God used Pat Robertson to lead me through the sinners prayer through the Television. I was powerfully saved that day. I thought Pat Robertson and the 700 club were messengers of God. I sent them what little money I could afford back then. Soon after it occurred to me that Pat Robertson is crazy and God could use a jack ass to talk to me if He wanted. And God did that when He used Pat Robertson that day (Sorry to insult all you fine jack asses out there.)

What made me realize he was crazy? Well first off, he was talking about his visit to Rome and his meeting of "The Holy Father" (As Pat referred to him as). I knew right then that something was wrong with this man. Not only does Jesus instruct us not to use this term but it just seems wrong. I sensed this even as a newly saved Christian. I also knew that Pat Robertson wasn't just ignorant. Not him. A man who knows the bible the way he does knows that you should never call the pope or anyone "The Holy Father" (Except God the Father of course!) Calling the Pope the "Holy Father" is especially bad though because of all the false doctrines the popes and Roman Catholicism teach and adhere to. (11/18/2014 UPDATE: The Pope AND Pat Robertson both teach that God did not create the earth in 6 days as literally explained in the bible. The Pope (Pope Francis) says that the big bang was God's method of creating the universe LINK. Pat Robertson mocks at the idea that the Bible literally states that the earth was created in 6 days. LINK)

The next thing that had me to know he was crazy, was I saw a 700 club show and Pat was in Israel. He was setting up their satelite in the area where they would be able to transmit their show all over the middle east. Pat then stated, "The Bible says that when Jesus returns to earth that 'Every eye will see Him', But we didn't know it was going to be through our television cameras!" (!!)

Ok? These were just the two main things. Since then he has done and said hundreds of crazy things. Another thing that should be mentioned is that at his Regent Law School he has the annual Red (Catholic) Mass where the liturgy is praying to a dead inquisitor that was named by Pope JP II as the Patron Saint of Politicians.

(The term “Red Mass” traditionally refers to the color of the vestments worn by the bishops who speak at the event, but also to the robes of the judges who attend. The origin of the Red Mass is not precisely dated, but it first occurred in France during the Inquisition, probably during the reign of Pope Gregory IX or one of his successors, Pope Innocent IV (1243-1254). )





Video (C-Span video from 1994 showing Rudy presenting a UN award to David Rockefeller. Rudy recognizes Rockefeller's associations with the Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission and the Bilderberg Group.)

Pat Robertson Backs Giuliani


Wednesday, November 7, 2007 9:34 AM



Pat Robertson, a prominent Christian leader and social conservative, will endorse Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani.
Televangelist Pat Robertson, founder of the Christian Coalition, endorsed Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday.

''It is my pleasure to announce my support for America's Mayor, Rudy Giuliani, a proven leader who is not afraid of what lies ahead and who will cast a hopeful vision for all Americans,'' Robertson said during a news conference with Giuliani in Washington.

The former New York mayor backs abortion rights and gay rights, positions that put him in conflict with conservative GOP orthodoxy, and has been trying to persuade evangelical conservatives like Robertson to overlook their differences on those issues.

Evangelicals have split in their support for the leading Republican candidates. Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback, a favorite of Christian conservatives who dropped out of the race last month, endorsed fellow Sen. John McCain of Arizona on Wednesday. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney recently announced that Paul Weyrich and Bob Jones III were on board with his candidacy.

Asked about the Robertson endorsement, McCain, at a news conference with Brownback in Dubuque, Iowa, said: ''Every once in a while, I'm left speechless. This is one of those times.''

Giuliani is best known to voters for leading New York in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Shortly after 9/11, Robertson released a statement in which he said the attacks occurred because Americans had insulted God and lost the protection of heaven by allowing abortion and ''rampant Internet pornography.''

Robertson made no mention of his differences with Giuliani on social issues in Wednesday's statement.

''Rudy Giuliani took a city that was in decline and considered ungovernable and reduced its violent crime, revitalized its core, dramatically lowered its taxes, cut through a welter of bureaucratic regulations, and did so in the spirit of bipartisanship which is so urgently needed in Washington today,'' Robertson said.

Robertson, who unsuccessfully ran for president in 1988, founded the Christian Broadcasting Network, the Christian Coalition and Regent University in Virginia Beach.

Also Wednesday, Giuliani said he asked two GOP friends in Congress, Reps. Peter King of New York and Rep. Pete Sessions of Texas, to introduce bills to keep states from giving licenses or similar identification to illegal immigrants.

The Democratic front-runner, Hillary Clinton, was criticized after a televised debate last week when she hedged an answer on whether she supported New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's effort to grant licenses to illegal immigrants. Her aides say she generally supports the idea in the absence of comprehensive immigration reform.



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Keith Olbermann - Special Comment: Rudy Guiliani
(My Comment: The biggest mistake you can make these days is to fall into the fake "Right - Left" fable. You have to be really blind to reality if you believe such a myth.)



Early life and education

Rudolph Giuliani was born in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, the only child of working-class parents Harold Angel Giuliani, and Helen C. D'Avanzo, both children of Italian immigrants.[5] The family was Roman Catholic and its extended members included police officers, firefighters, and criminals.[6] Harold Giuliani had trouble holding a job and had been convicted of felony assault and robbery and served time in Sing Sing;[7] after his release he served as a Mafia enforcer for his brother-in-law Leo D'Avanzo, who ran an organized crime operation involved in loan sharking and gambling at a restaurant in Brooklyn.[8]

In 1951, when Rudy Giuliani was seven, his family moved from Brooklyn to Garden City South on Long Island. There he attended a local Catholic school, St. Anne's.[6] Later, he commuted back to Brooklyn to attend Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, graduating in 1961 with an 85 average.[9]

Giuliani went on to Manhattan College in Riverdale, Bronx, where he majored in political science with a minor in philosophy.[10] There he considered becoming a Catholic priest.[10] Giuliani has stated that this was due in part to having studied theology for four years in college[11], though nine credits (three years) of religious studies courses is the minimum graduation requirement at Manhattan College[12], which is affiliated with the Roman Catholic church.

He was elected president of his class in his sophomore year, but was not re-elected in his junior year.[10] He joined the Phi Rho Pi fraternity, and was active in shaping its direction.[10] He graduated in 1965.

Giuliani eventually decided to forego the priesthood,[10] instead attending New York University School of Law in Manhattan, where he made law review[10] and graduated cum laude with a Juris Doctor in 1968.[13]

and he remains very close with powerful Catholics. Pictures:



Rudolph Giuliani, Edward Michael Egan at St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York (Both homosexuals. Both Knights of Malta)


His Eminence John Cardinal Egan, Cardinal Archbishop of New York, was admitted as Cavaliere di Gran Croce (Motu Proprio)to the Order of Saints Maurice and Lazarus,

and

His Honor Mayor Rudolph Giuliani of New York City was awarded the grade of Cavaliere di Gran Croce (Motu Proprio) of the Order of Merit of Savoy. SOURCE





Iona President Brother James A. Liguori and Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.