October 4, 2011

Pat Robertson Won't Endorse for President

Cathy Lynn Grossman, USA Today

One-time presidential candidate Rev. Pat Robertson, who long has made controversial moral pronouncements on topics from Alzheimer's to the weather, says no more political endorsements from now on.

Robertson, 81, told The Associated Press this weekend that.

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