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You'll never guess who agrees with Pat Robertson

By Diogenes (bio - articles ) | Aug 31, 2005

Why, it's Robert F. Kennedy, Jr!

You might not have the patience to read all the way through his wild rant on the "Huffington Post," in which the young Kennedy argues-- seriously!-- that President Bush and Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour are responsible for hurricane Katrina. But if you jump to the final paragraph, you'll see that he's prepared to credit Pat Robertson's claim that he (Robertson) once diverted a hurricane by prayer.

Or maybe Kennedy doesn't believe Robertson, but he wants to score one more demagogic point. Hard to say.

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  • Posted by: Canismater - Sep. 01, 2005 8:52 AM ET USA

    Maybe they are familiar and respect each other because they use the same plastic surgeon.

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