Your article, "TV Evangelist Stumps for Jewish Support," (Times, Feb. 22) calls to mind a timely, insightful article The Times published June 28, 1986, on the "dear friend" of many Jews, Pat Robertson, titled: "Evangelist Takes Aim at Supreme Court."
You quote Robertson as saying that the Constitution "is a marvelous document for self-government by Christian people. But the minute you turn the document into the hands of non-Christian people and atheist people, they use it to destroy the very foundation of our society. . . . And that's what's happening."
I wonder who he means by "non-Christian people." He couldn't possibly mean the Jews; after all, he's not stupid, he wants their votes. Hmm, he sounds like a real politician . . . in the Capitol he would fit right in.
And there is more. Pat doesn't like the Supreme Court and he says so. Too many non-Christians on it.
Burger, Warren, Rehnquist, White, Brennan, Marshall, Holmes, Cardozo, Douglas, Frankfurter, Brandeis--just a partial list of great Americans who donned the prestigious robes of our hallowed court. Come on, Pat, come out of the religious closet and name names. Who are the "non-Christians" that you claim soiled the linen our precious Constitution was written on? Subtlety is thy name!