We all know He speaks to Bush, and we all know He speaks to Pat Robertson.
So why was He telling Bush one thing about the War in Iraq, and telling Pat Robertson something else:
"I mean, the Lord told me it was going to be A, a disaster, and B, messy," Robertson said. "I warned [President Bush] about casualties."
Robertson said the president then told him, "Oh, no, we’re not going to have any casualties."
Okay. Thanks for the guidance, God.
But jokes about God aside (hey, I kid God because I love, you know?), I’m really interested in the response from conservative Christian coalitions. Did Bush really say that? Or is Pat Robertson lying? Let’s play it out — publicly. Please?
UPDATE: Apparently, the Kerry campaign is thinking along similar lines as me:
Kerry campaign advisor Mike McCurry responds:
"We believe President Bush should get the benefit of the doubt here but he needs to come forward and answer a very simple question: Is Pat Robertson telling the truth when he said you didn’t think there’d be any casualties or is Pat Robertson lying?"