On what has previously been a bastion of balanced and sane programming, the 700 Club, maniac and complete fuckwit Pat Robertson took a break from having God talk to him to condemn people who build houses where tornadoes might come while also claiming that God was responsible for tornadoes without being responsible for them.
It breaks down like this: See, God makes tornadoes when a group of air of one temperature meets a group of another temperature, and they are used by God to siphon hot air away from Earth, since presumably, tornadoes extend into space, but any damage they cause during that process is the fault of stupid, stupid people who build things anywhere in Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Texas, Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, Kansas, or really, about a third of the United States. Now you could build stuff that might be knocked down by tornadoes there, but you'd have to pray really hard that God would divert the tornadoes from your stuff, and if your stuff got knocked flat or you died, it's your fault because you didn't pray hard enough.
Got that? Because Robertson also believes that Sandra Fluke is a fornicator who'd like others to pay for it (and that Rush was "a little over the top" in talking about it), that the earthquakes in Haiti happened because that country's founders made a deal with the devil, that 9/11 could be blamed on lesbians, abortionists, the ACLU, and others who disagree with him and Jerry Falwell, made money off of Hurricane Katrina, and is financially linked to Charles Taylor, Mobuto Sese Seko, and blood diamonds. In addition, God frequently talks to Pat (who's real name is Marion, so he went with the far more masculine 'Pat') and has recently told him who will win the 2012 Presidential race.
Poppycock, all of it. Everyone knows that tornadoes are formed when the hot air from doorknobs like Robertson and his ilk collides with cold truth. Whatta maroon.