Here’s To You, Mr. Robertson!

There is a special place in Hell reserved for Pat Robertson. If you do not believe that, simply take a closer look at some of his vile quotes above. Those statements alone reveal this alleged “Man of God” to be a misogynistic, gay hating, racist, murder plotting  sorry excuse for a human being. And that is being kind.

He added to his hit-list of hate filled quotes this week while commenting upon the recent Haitian earthquake which killed thousands and left millions more clinging to existence. Did he offer sympathy? Did he offer prayer? No, he laid blame for the natural disaster on the victims thereof. He said they deserved what they got because their forefathers had made a pact with the Devil. Here are his words:

Something happened a long time ago in Haiti, and people might not want to talk about it. They were under the heel of the French … and they got together and swore a pact to the devil. They said, ‘We will serve you if you’ll get us free from the French’. True story. And so the devil said, ‘OK, it’s a deal.’ They kicked the French out. The Haitians revolted and got themselves free. Ever since, they have been cursed by one thing after the other. [Haitians] need to have a great turning to God, and out of this tragedy, I’m optimistic something good may come,

Nothing more need be said about the very reverend Pat Robertson, except maybe today’s very topical song parody. Please enjoy.

Remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with the song parody.

Mrs. Robinson song link:


(sung to the Simon and Garfunkel song “Mrs. Robinson”)

And here’s to you, dear Pat Robertson
Jesus loathes you more than you will know (Wo, wo, wo)
You’re a disease, Mr. Robertson
You are a disgrace to those who pray
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)

The things you said of Haitians expose you as someone vile
You need some help to learn to help yourself
How do you believe you’ll fare when you’re before God’s eyes?
I think Satan’s hounds,  will make you feel at home

And here’s to you, dear Pat Robertson
Jesus loathes you more than you will know (Wo, wo, wo)
Down on your knees, Mr. Robertson
Beg forgiveness for the things you say
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)

You are in a deep dark place where only sinners go
Blaming all those victims for their heartaches
Please keep your intolerance out of their sad affairs
Most of all, don’t pin the blame on those poor kids

Here’s shame on you, Mr. Robertson
Jesus loathes you more than you will know (Wo, wo, wo)
And won’t you please, Mr. Robertson
Take your hate and quickly fade away?
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)

You’re a preaching joker every Sunday afternoon
Blaming the Haitians for the earthquake
And there is no doubt about it
You don’t have a clue
Ev’ry way I look at it, you lose

Your mind has gone and now you should go
Our nation does not need a jerk like you (Woo, woo, woo)
What’s that you say, Mr. Robertson?
Fox News tells you what they want you to say?
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)


Posted on January 22, 2010, in Fox News, Pat Robertson, Songs and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 9 Comments.

  1. Great work on the song. It’s too late for that guy, though. His jerk of personality was set when he was 5. Jerk was the cleanest word I could use, too. He can’t fade away fast enough.

  2. Mass destruction

    It’s understandable that God would be wrathful (it’s a very human trait), and obsessed with American politics (who isn’t?), but why the reliance on a biblical arsenal of weapons to mete out punishment?

    Never mind the heathens, and those awful presbyterians; what about Evangelical Christians caught in friendly fire?

  3. In other words, don’t send any money to Haiti (Satan), just keep sending it to me (God). Robertson is a Southern Baptist and was active as an ordained minister with that denomination for many years, but holds to a CHARISMATIC theology NOT TRADITIONALLY common among Southern Baptists.

    I detest religious bigots.

  4. I don’t know much about Pat Robertson, in fact, I have never watched a single episode of his from beginning to end. I don’t feel the need to be a follower of his to be a Christian. The closest I’ve ever gotten to Pat Robertson was when I read his book the New World Order.

    However, it seems as though everyone is willing to demonize him as a “bigot” for the comments he made about the Haitians. And while his comments above may be extreme, why isn’t anyone asking the important question and researching for themselves – did the Haitians, in fact, make a pact with Satan?

    I can attest to the powers of curses and spirits – I’ve lived in enough haunted places to know. I do have an uncle, who is by the way homosexual, and that is beside the point, but his entire adult life he has dabbled in witchcraft. Pentagrams, taroh cards, worshipping idols, you name it, he’s done it. So do I believe that pacts can be made with Satan and curses fall upon the people? Absolutely. The Bible is riddled with examples of God’s wrath. It is as true then as it is today.

    • Pat Robertson also laid the blame for the September 11th attacks and Hurricane Katrina on Americans’ wickedness. In Robertson’s justification of God in the face of evil, there’s no such thing as undeserved suffering: people struck by disaster always have it coming.

      The Souther Baptist church I attend organized a relief drive for Haitian children. The outpouring of compassion was moving and powerful. Children came in and emptied their piggy banks, donated the money they were saving for Vacation Bible School, donated the money they were saving for toys, etc….

      Whether your reading the Qur’an, the Torah, or the Bible, the underlying theme in all three is Love – not God’s wrath – Love.

    • waylon1776, look at those quotes in the picture above, please. Bigot or not, he’s a jerk.

    • Did the Haitians, in fact, make a pact with Satan? C’mon, you must be joking? I won’t even justify that remark with the blistering response it deserves.

  5. Not to be a yellow belly, but I retract my original statement of “did the Haitians in fact make a pact with Satan?” I misspoke without doing the adequate research. I am sorry. However, I stand behind all of my other statements. And, yes, the above comments are jerky.

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