Westboro Baptist Church - You know you suck when...

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  1. Nomad

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    ...you make the KKK look good by contrast.

    Seriously, when other notorious hate groups start saying "Whoa, man, that's over the line!" you know you're a real douchebag.
     
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    yes, I'd think so.
     
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    You have a point :)

    The Westboro Baptist Church announced they were going to Joplin to do thier normal hate mongering. Only one hatemonger showed up at the specific time and he was met by many, many, Hells Angels. The Hells Angels aren't exactly beacons of pacifly counter-protesting and the Westboro Baptist fellow had to seek the protection of the local law enforcement...who were obviously not busy with anything else since the tornado. In my head I know the guy has a right to protest and he should not be threatened for it. It my heart, I kinda wish that he recieved a more physical lesson on using the pain and suffering of others to advance his own warped hate agenda.
     
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    I posted this thinking this thread was in the Study section of Martialtalk. Sorry, I wouldn't have picked this thread if I had realized it was in the rec room. I will repost it on a Study linked thread, and perhaps a nice moderator can erase this one. Sorry again, I always try to seperate the study from the other side of martialtalk.


    I only post on this thread on westboro because it was the first one to come up, although there are several on this group. I am trying to finish up Ann Coulter's latest book, Demonic, and I came across a mention of Fred Phelps, the leader of the Westboro baptist church, and I have to say, I wasn't surprised at what I read. I then went to wikipedia to at least check another source, since the info. came from Ann Coulter the critics would immediatly jump on it, to verify what Ann pointed out... Here it is...
    Why is it never mentioned in any of the reporting that Fred Phelps is a democrat? People always assume he must be a right wing republican which is not the case. hmmmm...
     
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    Yay! More attacking from Billi!

    As for Phelps, he was also a staunch lawyer for anti-discrimination in the 60's and early 70's. Yep, that's right, ANTI-discrimination. That is never mentioned either. I guess for Pelps, its okay to be a person of color, as long as you are Christian and aren't gay.123
     

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