Pat Robertson: Facebook should have a 'vomit' button

Pat Robertson thinks Facebook should have a vomit button:

The question is good though.

And, in essence, I think he gives the right answer.

I’ve had to talk with my kids about liking something on Facebook, even if it’s a clean post by someone who has a bad username (you parents know what I’m talking about).

Maybe it’s the age, but condoning to the younger generation looks different to them.  And I’m not sure that’s a good thing.

What do YOU think?  Is a Facebook like = to condoning behavior, language, lifestyle?

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  • SuSu July 9, 2013 Reply

    I am with Pat…there needs to be a vomit button or totally dislike button!

  • Pastor Rick July 9, 2013 Reply

    According to Deut 18 and his annual predictions that didn’t happen, Pat is a false prophet. I don’t listen to him and I encourage others to avoid him as well.

  • pietrosquared July 9, 2013 Reply

    I think that perhaps somebody in the studio with him should have a “mute” button, but that’s another issue…

  • Fred July 9, 2013 Reply

    The taste of English peas make me sick, so I am Englishpeaphobic.

  • Kerry Hird July 11, 2013 Reply

    Really folks and fellow believers, comment on the comment. I am not a fan of Pat Robertson either. He does have a good point here, is there a dislike button on Facebook. Facebook became a problem in my life, so I don’t have it. I don’t remember if there was a dislike button or not.

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