Today's news reports say Fred Phelps and Westboro Baptist Church www.godhatesfags.com will be protesting at the funeral of Elizabeth Edwards. I suppose this is great news for her former husband. Even he looks good next to the vile members of that creepy Kansas church.
In a related story, Julian Assange was arrested for sexual assault. Who knows how long his trial will drag out. Remember the guy who was threatening to burn Korans? I don't. And I am not looking him up.
For me, the very fact that Julian Assange and Fred Phelps are alive show just how nutty conspiracy theories really are. People who really think our government was involved in 9-11 should look at Westboro and Fred Phelps. Phelps dishonors our own war dead, hurts the grieving families and friends of the dead soldiers and no one "takes him out."
You would think a government that could pull off a conspiracy like 9-11 or implant tracker chips in people's butts (Timothy McVeigh believed that one) or be involved in one-tenth of the conspiracy wet dreams of Glenn Beck or Michael Savage could at least kill Julian Assange and Fred Phelps.
But they are alive, healthy, and Fred is off to trash the funeral of a long-suffering woman for his own disgusting reasons.
Next time you hear some nut case--either live or broadcast--try to explain some vast government conspiracy just check to see if Phelps and Assange are still happily peddling their respective rubbish. If they are, just try to imagine a world takeover by a government that can't do anything about Westboro Baptist Church.
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
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