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Reverend Dr. Pat Robertson met 900 Christian Coalition members last Friday night at the Radisson Twin Towers to pump the coalition's coffers -- and the egos of both former Florida House Speaker (soon to be state senator) Dan Webster and John Ostalkiewicz, candidate for Orange County Chairman.

Robertson's wit was in high form as he again pronounced President Clinton a "serial philanderer" and stated that after his grand jury testimony he would be either impeached or "impotent," drawing guffaws from the otherwise serious crowd.

The reverend, too, steadfastly decried the plague of rainbow flags and those who, in the name of "tolerance," tolerate gays, lesbian and other "abnormal" people. Robertson will not bow to the "rights of a tiny minority, no more than two percent," he thundered. "That's not intolerance; that's freedom for the majority!"

When he finished the crowd stood in ovation while the "Rocky" theme blared from the P.A. Then the smoke bomb burst and confetti came out.

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