12 Reasons We Feel Bad for Pat Robertson's Wife

pat robertsonOh Pat Robertson! You say the silliest things. This week, while he was answering questions on the Christian Broadcasting Network, a woman called in to say her husband had cheated on her and she was having trouble forgiving him. Pat's sage advice? Be grateful for how he provides for you and try harder to make him happy. Seriously. He made excuses for men who cheat and he told the woman to fall back in love with her husband (beg your f*cking pardon?!?). "Does he provide a home for you to live in? Does he provide food for you to eat? Does he provide clothes for you to wear? Is he nice to the children?”

Okay, so if you're a stay-at-home mom, just shut up and take what you can get from the guy. That's ... awesome. But you know what? That's 100 percent Pat Robertson. Honestly, I don't know why people bother asking his advice for anything, unless for troll bait. Here's a few other crazy things Pat's said.

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B1Bomber B1Bomber

Number 4 is directly out of Scripture. If you are Christian, he's right on that point. Number 8 is also true. The only mentions of religion in the Constitution are that "Congress shall make no law regarding the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" and that religious belief cannot be a qualification for holding political office.


Being right occasionally doesn't make him less crazy, though.

nonmember avatar Lindsey

I was having a rough day until I read this post and literally laughed out loud at the crazy, ass-backwards stuff this guy says!

Melan... MelanieJK

Why did Hilary put up with Bill's shenanigans for most of their marriage?     Power,  status,  connections?     He was "providing" her with something. 

miche... micheledo

As a devout Christian, I would have some things to say to him! :) Sure, I signed up for marriage, with the husband being the head of the home. But let's not leave out the rest of that passage. My husband signed up for loving and caring for me more then he does himself. My needs come first! He is to treat me the way he cares for his own desires. :) I thin kI have it pretty good!! If a man focused on HIS responsibility in marriage, he would be too focused on his wife to consider straying!

doodledo doodledo

Crazypants. And I am certain any woman that would marry Pat Robertson is crazypants too.

Serab... Serabelle

Um, there doesn't need to be a spelled out verbatim separation of church and state, it's implied within freedom of and also from religion in the first amendment! Also, by having 3 branches of government that is supposed to support that. No one branch can independently make decisions for the whole country!

nonmember avatar Lizzie Borden

The #1 worst thing about being Pat Robertson's wife: youre Pat Robertson's wife!

Nelli... NellieAthome

B1Bomber - "Congress shall make no law regarding the establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof" IS the spearation of church from the state

B1Bomber B1Bomber

The statement is specific to the government not interfering in the church It has nothing to say about the church participating in government, which is how it has frequently been interpreted. There are many things the high courts have ruled that absolutely "prohibit the free exercise thereof."

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