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Pat Robertson Advocates Killing Obese People Aug 24, 2005 - 9:37
HAMPTON ROADS, Vir. - Televangelist Pat Robertson says the United States is wasting precious resources on diets that don't work and "needs to consider other alternatives" in combating obesity.
Speaking on his Christian news-talk television show The 700 Club, Robertson said this country needs to launch a full scale War on Obesity, similar to the War on Terrorism and the War on Drugs; and if that means shooting obese people "to put them out of their misery," then so be it.
"Jesus don't love ugly, and let's face it, fat people are just plain ugly,'' said the seventy-five-year-old Robertson during his Tuesday night broadcast.
"We don't need to spend $100 billion every year on diet plans, pills, and how-to books," Robertson continued, "especially when research shows that nine out of ten fat people who lose weight put it all back on and then some eventually. It's a whole lot easier to have some covert operative do the job and get it over with. We have the ability to take obesity out, and I think the time has come that we exercise that ability. A few well-placed bullets in the likes of Rosie O'Donnell will inspire people to get right with their weight real fast."
Robertson, who brings the word of The Lord to one million viewers daily via The 700 Club, said Jesus had visited with him regarding "the plague of obesity" over the land.
Pat Robertson has obesity in his sights.
"He told me He would stop entering fat people's hearts until they had reached their target weight and maintained it for at least six months," said Robertson. "I gave a hearty amen to that. Can you imagine what it's like inside a fat person's heart? That's enough to creep anybody out."
The American Medical Association (AMA) and the Bush Administration were quick to distance themselves from Robertson's remarks.
"Although we acknowledge obesity as a leading cause of excess weight," said Cindy Stoudt, an AMA spokesperson, "we cannot condone mercy killing no matter how civic minded its intent. The right to life in all its sizes must be respected."
Deb McCormack, a spokeswoman for the Office of Economic Opportunity, said Robertson's remarks were "inappropriate" because they failed to consider "the impact of the eradication of obesity on employment in the weight-loss sector in this country."
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