Robertson will evidently look to Giuliani to campaign against the Democratic Congress, the liberal-based media and the homosexuals who want to destroy the Christians. Robertson will also, undoubtedly, expect Giuliani to rail against the pagans, and the abortionists, and the feminists, and the gays and the lesbians who are actively trying to make that an alternative lifestyle, the ACLU, and the People For the American Way.
Anyway, according to Robertson, Giuliani will only have to pay attention to the provisions of the Constitution which affect Christians. "The Constitution of the United States is a marvelous document for self-government by the Christian people. But the minute you turn the document into the hands of non-Christian people and atheistic people they can use it to destroy the very foundation of our society."
The Giuliani camp will be gratified to learn from Robertson that all he would have to do to prevent any major damage to vulnerable towns from hurricanes and the like is to avoid "gay day" celebrations like Disneyworld held in Orlando. Robertson will counsel Giuliani to warn towns at risk that that type of behavior will bring about the destruction of your nation. It'll bring about terrorist bombs; it'll bring earthquakes, tornadoes, and possibly a meteor."
After close counsel with Robertson, Giuliani is expected to call on Hillary Clinton to let her husband run her campaign without question or objection. According to Robertson, "as long as the husband is following the mandate of the Lord, the wife should submit to his leadership even though she may disagree with it. God's standard is true. Yet in many marriages, the wife is more able than her husband. Regretfully a woman with great abilities sometimes marries a man who does not have much ability. This wife must resist the temptation to dominate her husband. Her husband will sometimes make decisions that the wife feels are wrong. She must either gently persuade her husband or pray that God will change her husband's mind."
Giuliani was fortunate to fall into one of the two categories of Americans who Robertson approves of "bringing into government." "When I said during my presidential bid that I would only bring Christians and Jews into the government, I hit a firestorm," Robertson wrote in his book, "The New World Order."
'What do you mean?' Robertson said he responded when the media challenged him. 'You're not going to bring atheists into the government? How dare you maintain that those who believe in the Judeo Christian values are better qualified to govern America than Hindus and Muslims?' My simple answer is, 'Yes, they are," Robertson wrote.
Giuliani's response to the endorsement? A noun, a verb and 9-11, of course.