An excerpt, in which Robertson addresses people speaking out against Chik-Fil-A's anti-gay stance:
“I was reading today in Leviticus, which is the law of the Old Testament, but it lays out the reasons why land will vomit out its inhabitants and it goes through a category of stuff we are calling Constitutional rights: killing babies, offering them to Moloch, and it says it is an abomination for a man to lie with a man as with a woman. It’s what it says. That is the moral law that God set forth and now we’ve got people at a university petitioning because somebody said I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. I defy these homosexuals to bring forth a baby from that part of the anatomy which they concentrate on, when that happens I will change everything I’m saying; until that happens, I wish those demonstrators would shut their mouth.” Robertson warned that legal abortion and homosexuality are violations of God’s law and are “the reasons why land will vomit out its inhabitants.”
Um, okay. Dear Pat: one "part of the anatomy" that female homosexuals "concentrate on" is called a vagina, and vaginas have brought forth every baby ever born (except those delivered by cesarean, of course). Also, alongside the "homosexuals" decrying Chik-Fil-A's bigotry are millions and millions of heterosexual Americans, who also have a weird habit of producing babies, including gay ones! (I love how in the minds of Pat Robertson and Bryan Fischer and Porno Pete LaBarbera, anyone who supports gay equality is automatically a man who is actively putting his penis in the butt of another man.) Finally, that's neat how that book you like says a thing that supports your bigotry. I like books, too. But I don't presume that the books I like—say, Myra Breckenridge—are eternal blueprints for righteous living. Get over it, or drop dead.