Pat Robertson Wants a ‘Vomit’ Button for Gay Facebook Pics

    July 9, 2013
    Josh Wolford
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Listen up, Mark Zuckerberg. Pat Robertson has an idea about implementing a different sort of “dislike button.”

If Robertson had his way, he’d put a “vomit” button right next to the “like” button – just so he could show gay couples how much he disapproves of their lifestyle.

The 83-year-old televangelist had a definite answer for Tyza, who asked him whether or not “liking” things on Facebook that “go against what’s written in the Bible” is considered condoning that behavior. Basically, Tyza wanted to know if it’s ok to like that photo of two guys kissing.

“You got a couple of same-sex guys kissing,” said Robertson. “You like that? Well, that makes me want to throw up…to me I would punch ‘vomit,’ not ‘like.”

“They don’t give you that option,” he concludes. Check it out below:

Robertson, who has never hid his disdain for homosexuality has referenced vomiting before, in response to Supreme Court decisions. This reference was a bit more biblical, however.

“For some reason now the Supreme Court has said homosexuality is now a constitutional right,” said Robertson. “This decision that was handed down recently by the majority glorifies this activity and talks about the civil rights and all this. Well, the Bible didn’t talk about civil rights; it talked about this was an offense against God and the land. It was an offense against the land, and the land would vomit you out.”

So, Zuck – you listening? Uncle Pat wants a vomit option.

  • http://www.wiremeshfansa.com/ wire mesh

    he’d put a “vomit”

  • ex-sell69

    You mean Pat Robertson face isn’t a vomit button already? Hey, he should do what I would do… Just vomit on the things you don’t like! Example: *Vomits on Pat Robertson!* You see, it wasn’t that hard.

  • Kyla

    What a jerk.

  • lance

    God doesn’t exist. It’s 2013 people, let’s finally do away with fairy tales and superstitions….

    • Lisa

      So Lance are you saying that prior to 2013 people were idiots and couldn’t think logically or have a discernig mind? I think that is a bit arrogant on your part sir. Who is to say that what you think is correct? I’m no fan of Pat Robertson,he is not a true representative of christian faith, but if you have not studied theology then what right do you have to say in a “matter of fact” way that God does not exist?

      • Lisa

        Excuse me “discerning”

      • http://www.godisimaginary.com Karl Schneider

        The astonishing thing is that here in the 21st century, a fair number of delusional humans still believe in impossible deities. godisimaginary.com

  • http://PatRobertsoncomments Gerry

    It is really difficult to keep a straight face when Pat Robertson’s name comes up. He is an ugly American, and all that is wrong with America. God is one thing, but I’ll bet God doesn’t want anything to do with Robertson. Robertson is a discrace to human kind, because he is neither human , or kind. He is bad for Christianity and God because of his hate ridden statements
    I would like him to suffer the ills of AIDS

  • http://yahoo.com cliff thomas

    old moron somebody needs to put the old dog to sleep