Vile: Westboro hate-mongers headed to Newtown, Conn.; citizens call for human wall blockade; website hacked

The anti-military, anti-Semitic, anti-gay, anti-American “church” of Westboro ghouls plans to exploit the Newtown, Conn. massacre the same way they planned to exploit the Aurora theater shootings. The despicable Phelps family has been tweeting its evil message all weekend:

As Twitchy reported in July, the Westboro cowards failed to show up in Colorado after making a media splash announcing their intentions.

If they are wise, the evil Westboro vultures will stay away this time, too. If not, good-hearted citizens are prepared to form another human walls like they have before at Texas A&M to protect Westboro targets.

Actress Patricia Arquette hopes the media will refuse to give Westboro oxygen:

But as Twitchy has sadly pointed out, the media vultures themselves have exercised little restraint. See:  Gross: Media vultures now interrupting grieving Newtown residents at church.

In the meantime, the Anonymous gang targeted Westboro and hacked the group’s website:

Not everyone is comfortable with Anonymous tactics:

But this much is clear:  Twitter users from the left, right, and center are united in revulsion against the Westboro cretins.

Truth:

  • http://twitter.com/rhogart Fred Toney

    Finally, Anonymous does something noble! The WBC will be committing Child Abuse of a most detestable kind by picketing the memorial of innocents!

    • nc

      Even a broken clock is right twice a day.

      • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

        And it’s very, very difficult to be wrong about the WBC dickheads when you stand against them and their filth.

    • http://twitter.com/debraraes debra steinman

      Sadly this will not stop the Registered Democrats of the Westboro Church. Terrorizing grieving family members is ‘their’ hallmark.

      • Eric

        WBC holds no political party affiliation, please get your facts right, thank you.

        • http://www.shockandblog.com/ Jay McHue

          Fact: Phelps ran for governor as a Democrat as recently as 1998 (and got 15% of the vote).

          Fact: facts are not your friend.

          • Guest

            And David Duke, a grand wizard of the KKK ran as a democrat. Your point?

          • Michael Hampton

            And David Duke, a grand wizard of the KKK ran as a republican with Ralph Reed as his main supporter. Point?

          • http://www.shockandblog.com/ Jay McHue

            That your idiot pal knows exactly jack squat about the political affiliation of Phelps and WBC.

          • http://www.shockandblog.com/ Jay McHue

            lol! Now THIS is funny! In 1988, Duke ran for president initially as a Democrat and got as far as getting 47k popular votes nationwide. When he ran as a Republican in 1992, Republicans tried to block him from participating and he ultimately never made it past the primaries. I guess the Republicans didn’t back Duke as much as you ignorantly pretend they did. Moron.

  • Hello Jerry (D)

    Hopefully the Patriot Guard will show up to keep the WBC kooks in check (and deliver a much needed beatdown if possible). Or keep the wimps from showing up period.

    • Michael Hampton

      So they should be beaten for expressing their first amendment rights? You can’t have it both ways. Their right to protest has been upheld by almost every court.

      • http://twitter.com/debraraes debra steinman

        “So they should be beaten for expressing their ‘first amendment rights?” NO they should be ‘blocked’ by the “Patriot Riders’ for Torturing Grieving family members like the leftist Demonrats YOU all are.

        One word for the lot of you Demwits, “ROT”.

        • Michael Hampton

          It’s better than being an ignorant obstructionist whiney baby like you. See? I can insult you too!

      • Evil Otto

        Tell you what, Mike, try this… go to Compton and start shouting racial slurs (just as an experiment, not because you’re actually racist), and then, when you start getting a well-deserved beatdown, make sure to whine about your First Amendment rights. I’m sure the people beating the crap out of you will listen.

        The First Amendment (you’ve read it, right?) applies to the GOVERNMENT. While there is a right to protest, you are not free from the consequences of deep deep stupidity. If I walk up to a badass in a bar and insult him, I have no one to blame but myself when I’m picking up my own teeth. If someone beat the hell out of the WBC vermin, they deserve to be arrested for assault… and if I were on the jury, I’d fine them one dollar and tell them to be on their way.

        But, hey, don’t let that get in the way of your self-righteous rants. C’mon, Mike, let us know just how moral and upright you are.

        • Michael Hampton

          And yet here on Twitchy, I have seen people get all upset about anti-gay slurs being used to fire people. So which is it? Are you responsible for what you say, or aren’t you?

          • Evil Otto

            Ah, so you didn’t see any stories actually saying that… You just assumed there were there and are now desperately trying to change the subject after getting called on it. Understood. You haven’t even proven that those three said what you claim. They might have, since those three clowns say a lot of stupid things, but that doesn’t excuse you from having to prove your claims.

            Now, of course, you’re trying to change the subject again. Now we’re talking about anti-gay slurs being used to fire people. Here I thought we were talking about the WBC, or at least Robertson and the rest. Are you even capable of staying on subject, Mike?

            And yes, I am responsible for what I say. Please click on my username, and find the message by me saying any such thing. Post it here for all to see. Wait, by “responsible for what you say,” you really mean “responsible for anything any conservative says that Mike finds objectionable, ever. Tell you what, Mike… I’ll take responsibility when YOU take responsibility for everything that liberals say. Everything, Mike. When I have liberals tell me they want me to die, well, you’re responsible. When I see one saying that I should be put in jail for my beliefs, you’re responsible. Is that a fair deal? I expect you to keep your end of it.

            Or, as a counter-proposal, how about this? I’ll be responsible for what I say, you’ll be responsible for what you say, and Robertson and Huckabee can be responsible for what THEY say. If you have a problem with it, take it up with them. Me, I’m tired of the continual “guilt by association” crap you leftists use instead of actually arguing against what people say.

            Now, was there a post here on Twitchy saying what you claimed or not? Answer the question.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        I would be willing to bet you are a WBC member Hamster. No surprise by all the crap you spew. You have the IQ of one too.

        • Michael Hampton

          I guess you don’t like being called out as a hypocrite. Screaming about beating to death a group of people who are using their first amendment rights and then turning around and expecting those same rights must be difficult for you to comprehend. So I understand you only being able to throw out insults as a defense.

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        I would be willing to bet you are a WBC member Hamster. No surprise by all the crap you spew. You have the IQ of one too.

    • MikeO

      STRONGLY urge that anyone who shows up to help with the human wall: TAKE YOUR DIRECTION FROM THE PATRIOT GUARD PEOPLE!

      • Dave

        The patriot guard has stated that they will not be their to counter protest.

  • Michael Hampton

    You people talk about how nasty Westboro is when you are on the same side most of the time. The company you keep says a lot about you. Why on this very website, there were two or three stories yesterday about how God punished us with this shooting because he was taken out of schools. That is exactly the position of WBC on this one. Saying that you abhor them doesn’t change the fact that you both think alike.

    • William J. Miller

      There’s a huge difference between disagreeing with gay marriage, and causing emotional terror, like the inbred Westboro monsters.

      Go have sex with yourself.

      • http://twitter.com/debraraes debra steinman

        They’re not ‘inbred’, they’re DEMOCRATS.

        • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

          Inbreeding will be the next “right” Democrats will fight for.

      • Eric

        You cause emotional terror to gay families with your bigoted, god sanctioned, views.

        • Penmar

          We do, how so? We aren’t going around picketing gays with signs or screaming at them as they bury their dead.

          • Michael Hampton

            You don’t need to. Every time you support the treatment of gay people as second class citizens, you empower someone to murder, beat, or deny services to gay people. I am so sorry you can’t see the effects of your hatred.

          • Penmar

            First you say we do cause emotional terror, then you say we don’t have to, just by being we incite terror, do you have ADD, one side of your brain not connecting with the other? Personal responsibility, Michael, if someone decides to murder someone else, I am not responsible for that unless I actually tell the person to do so. I don’t empower any one by my thoughts, I don’t force my opinions on anyone else, though I do like to voice them, as is my right under the Constitution, same as yours is your right. Nor do I empower anyone to murder, beat or deny services to any one. I neither hate nor care what lifestyle a person chooses to lead, unless by doing so they infringe upon my right to live mine as I choose. If you enjoy being gay, more power to you. My choices lie with living as God expects me to live.

          • Michael Hampton

            I didn’t say you caused “emotional terror” that was another poster. I am just saying that by your saying that I am a second class citizen, you empower people who want to harm gay people. It’s a very simple process. You dehumanize gay people by saying that we are against God and the cause of every horrible natural disaster or spree shooting. That dehumanization can cause people who already want to do harm to gay people to feel validated and supported in their violent acts. I am not infringing on your life. I don’t understand why you feel the need to pass judgment on mine. Now I am not saying that YOU specifically are doing this. I am saying that it is the people who agree with the WBC that gay people are inhuman. If you are one of those people, then I am sorry.

          • Penmar

            You added your two cents worth to the original post, Michael, which gives the impression that you agree with the original posting. And as far as I can tell, most of the first responses to the information on the WBC was that everyone thought they should head straight to the devil because of how and where they express their beliefs. Yet you equated that to mean everyone that believes that particular way, that the Bible they read says homosexuality is wrong is the same as the WBC, which really isn’t true. Not many express those views in the same way as the WBC. They may express views on the marriage of same sex couples as being against the Word of God, and I believe that to be because of a belief that marriage is a religious experience to them, and because they try to live by the Word of God in which ever Bible or Holy Book they read, but they certainly do not say every death that happens in the world is due to people being gay as we have seen the WBC doing do on many occasions. As with Sandra Fluke and her contraceptives, HIV/STDs plays a part in forming peoples opinions, for instance, we all make choices for ourselves, the rest of us who don’t make those same choices should not have to foot the bill via higher insurance premiums because some decide to take greater risks than others. Nor should we have to fork over more tax dollars to cover those like prostitutes or drug addicts who actively pursue a lifestyle which carries greater risks than other lifestyles. In this way, I feel my rights are being infringed upon, I worked hard, I earned my money, I went in early to work and stayed late, filled in for those that didn’t or couldn’t come into work I don’t believe a person is ‘entitled’ to anyone else’s wealth, regardless of the circumstances unless the person with the wealth decides they would like to give their wealth to someone else. I am not saying there aren’t zealots out there, just that most of us are much more tolerant than that.

          • Michael Hampton

            Since you said “worked” I assume that you are retired. Do you accept any social security? Do you have medicaid or medicare? If so, your argument is completely invalid. And as for your argument about Ms. Fluke, do you make the same argument for smokers? Do you make the same argument for people who tan and then get skin cancer? Do you make the same argument against paying for diabetes care for fat people? We all pay for the choices of others. For you to single out Fluke and her request for equal treatment is not only sad, it’s downright hypocrisy.

          • Penmar

            My argument is just fine, I do not get social security or Medicaid or Medicare. Same argument goes for smokers. And for those who knowing take risks by tanning, also for diabetics. I used Fluke because hers is the most well known and no where near being a life or death issue, it’s simply because she ‘wants’. Did you know you can go to a hospital, tell them you’ll pay cash and your costs will be a whole lot lower than if you say you’ll use insurance?

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            And I didn’t say that you express your views the same way as the WBC. I said that you have the same views. I am so sorry again that you don’t like being linked to them when you believe the same way they do. You can keep trying to make some distinction between you and them, but you know in reality that I am right.

          • Penmar

            In my reality I know that just because you repeat a lie over and over again, Michael, doesn’t turn it into the truth. And I’ve read several your posts, you do this simply as an antagonist measure to see the responses you can get. This country was founded on faith, colonists came here so they would be free to practice their religion, whatever it might be and that includes not practicing any religion, but people like you with your narrow minded concentration on one particular facet of religion and what the Bible speaks of, have systematically attempted to completely remove religion from our society, country and the hearts of American people. And frankly we are fed up with it and then some. Some of us live by the Word of God, obviously you choose not to do so, which is your right. The problem isn’t our faith, or our belief that the Bible is the Word of God, it’s the fact that Christians are being attacked and demonized at every level. Like you are doing. And you do so why? IMHO, it is because the Bible says homosexuality goes against the Word of God, and therefore you need to dismantle our faith in order to justify your own homosexuality to yourself, if you are as you say not an atheist or an agnostic, it would be the only way to live the Word of God. If you were in the middle east and announced you were gay, they would kill you and yet when one waits for your outrage over that, all we hear are crickets. WBC’s views concerning gays are infested with a putrid vile and hatred that goes beyond the teachings of the Bible. And that is the only thing they focus on, makes me thing of the old adage ‘me thinks he doth protest too much’. We may read the same statement in the Bible which says homosexuality goes against the Word of God, still doesn’t mean we hold the same views on the subject. I doubt very few of us hold a view in which our entire lives and beings are so obsessed with anyone being gay that it infiltrates every part of our day lives. Most of us believe this is the Word of God and you either follow it or you don’t as is your choice. Faith is a wonderful thing, it brings peace. I can’t imagine how the WBCs views on faith could ever bring anyone any type of peace within their lives.They are obsessed to the point of insanity on the topic of homosexuality, which most other Christians are not. Which brings us to another IMHO, I believe the WBC is evil, using religion as a cloak to spread their divisiveness and festering hatred. To me they display more of a cult like manifesto than a religious one. Most of the rest of us Christians (at least the ones I know, personally) take the Bible as a whole and do not concentrate solely on one particular section, sentence or phrase. We also believe that in the end, we must all account for our
            sins and that it is God that will judge your and our worthiness.

      • Michael Hampton

        I’m sorry you don’t like knowing that you agree with the WBC.

        • Penmar

          I just feel sorry for you, Michael, if that’s all you have, you are in a sad, sad place.

          • Michael Hampton

            I’m very happy. I just don’t understand how you can’t see you are brothers in arms with one of the most despised hate groups in the world.

    • Joe W.

      B.S., pal. It is YOU ignorant loons who wring your hands over your 1st Amendment Rights to promote violent rap music and anti Christian hatred, and will then proceed to silence the WBC from their same rights and strip the rest of us of our 2nd Amendment Rights to own firearms. You cannot have it both ways, Mikey. Vile as the WBC may be, they enjoy the same rights as you or I do. I do not recall people saying that God did anything, either on those threads. What we DID say was that turning our backs on God invites the deeds of the devil into our lives. Big diference, but you and your ilk will never see past your own warped view of the world.

      • Michael Hampton

        Twist it any way you would like, but Huckabee said it as did Bryan Fischer of the AFA. I didn’t say anything about stopping the WBC. I simply pointed out that your arguments are the same. I’m sorry if knowing that you and Fred Phelps’ clan agree in your political arguments upsets you.

        • Joe W.

          Who said that I agree with Fred Phelps, Mikey?? Huckabee did NOT say that God did anything either, pal. He DID say that taking the essence and belief in God away from our children gains us a bunch of misguided, lost souls who are ripe for the devil’s lies. And I am NOT upset, son. You have no concept of faith, morality or civil standards of behavior. You’re a liberal. You cannot help yourself, Bless your heart…

          • Michael Hampton

            And yet I am not the one who agrees with a certified hate group like the WBC. I have plenty of faith. Just not in people like you who need to sit in judgment of someone else in order to make themselves feel superior.

          • Joe W.

            Faith in what, Cupcake?? Faith that someday God will approve of your abominable behavior regarding your homosexuality?? Ain’t gonna happen, my friend. And I am NOT “judging” anyone, pal. I am commenting on and explaining my views on the Bible. Nor do I agree with Fred Phelps, as I have said repeatedly. If you cannot handle my interpretation of God’s Word in His Bible, fine. Just do not respond to them. But never think that your pathetic attempts to be approved of by God or clear thinking people will ever come to pass.

          • Michael Hampton

            Thank you for proving my point in your very first sentence.

          • Joe W.

            You have no point to make, Princess. You and Eric Vogel should get a room and play with your gerbil collection….But look out for PETA……

        • Penmar

          Personally, Michael, IMHO, atheists like yourself are one of the reasons why we have some many troubled youths today.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            I’m not an atheist.

          • Penmar

            Sorry you don’t like being linked with the atheists, but you are.

    • Evil Otto

      Really, Mike? Which stories said that? I must have missed them.

      • Michael Hampton

        Huckabee, Bryan Fischer of the AFA, and Pat Robertson all said that this was a punishment from God for being taken out of the schools.

        • Evil Otto

          You said there were two or three stories on this very website. Those are not stories, nor are they here on this website, nor have you provided any sourcing even for what they said.

          • Michael Hampton

            Mr. Farrah of WND also said that God was punishing us. They released press releases. The press covered them. I am sorry that your computer doesn’t allow you to use Google.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Dobson also said that gay marriage is the reason that this happened,.

        • Penmar

          I don’t know about the other two, but for the third time I ask, show proof that Huckabee said any such thing.

    • http://twitter.com/debraraes debra steinman

      “You People”? You do know that ‘Nasty Westboro” are ‘in fact’ Registered Democrats. “The company you keep says a lot about ‘you’.” Well YOU should know about that you hateful, ‘little’ boy! BTW since Democrats = leftists are you ‘proud’ to be in the company of Holmes, and Loughner? Point of fact: Holmes was #OWS_BlackOps & Loughner was described as a ‘LeftwingNut’.

      No wonder you ‘Westboro leftwing nuts’ get such a ‘thrill’ out of TORTURING Grieving Family members.

      • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

        Inconvenient truths are cruel and unusual punishment against liberals. Keep up the good work.

        • Michael Hampton

          There was no truth in her statements.

      • Michael Hampton

        Wow. That took a lot of twisting to try and make that come full circle. Proud of yourself? I’m sorry you don’t like to know that your views are fully in line with the WBC. As a gay man, they don’t like me very much.

    • Penmar

      That is not what was said, what was said was ”We ask why there is violence in our schools, but we have systematically removed God from our schools,” “Should we be so surprised that schools would become a place of
      carnage? Because we’ve made it a place where we don’t want to talk about
      eternity, life, what responsibility means, accountability.” That does not equate to God punished us with this shooting. It means that kids and lots of grownups have absolutely no sense of responsibility today. They believe everyone else is at fault for things they do. You saw a really great example of that with Sandra Fluke in the election. She thinks everyone else should pay for her birth control because she wants to have sex whenever she likes but doesn’t want to be responsible for the consequences if she has unprotected sex. Nor does she want to be responsible for paying for birth control that she wants to use. I am not now nor have I ever been on the side of the Westboro Church, they twist and abuse the Bible and God to inflict harm, hurt and devastation upon other people who are already enduring great pain and suffering. BTW, I keep company with God, how about yourself?

      • Eric

        Most of you twist and use the bible to support your own personal views, how are you any different?

        • Penmar

          Your proof is where?

          • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

            Nowhere, obviously, as usual. Atheists are moronic blowhards who can’t back up their nonsense.

          • Michael Hampton

            Just did.

          • Michael Hampton

            Look at any of the biblical arguments against homosexuality while no one argues about the moral failings of the morbidly obese. Hypocrisy.

      • Michael Hampton

        I’m sorry you don’t like being linked with the WBC, but you are. Huckabee and Bryan Fischer of the hate group AFA both said that God is punishing us for taking him out of the schools. Same thing WBC said. And Sandra Fluke didn’t want other people paying for her birth control. She wanted her insurance company to pay for it as it does at almost every company that offers health insurance for it’s female employees. Just like viagra is paid for in men’s health insurance. See? And for you to talk about her sex life when she discussed reproductive health shows where your mind truly is. I know God, I am familiar with his works. And you don’t know him.

        • Penmar

          Again, show me exactly when and where Huckabee said it was a punishment from God. Sandra Fluke is a fake, she went to Georgetown knowing full well their insurance didn’t cover contraception. In one of her first interviews she is quoted as talking about how she
          reviewed Georgetown’s insurance policy prior to committing to attend,
          and seeing that it didn’t cover contraceptive services, she decided to
          attend with the express purpose of battling this policy. She researched the Jesuit college’s health plans for students before
          enrolling, and found that birth control was not included. “I decided I
          was absolutely not willing to compromise the quality of my education in
          exchange for my health care,” says Fluke, who has spent the past three
          years lobbying the administration to change its policy on the issue.

          • Michael Hampton

            Saying that this is a direct result of taking God out of our schools says to me that if God were in our schools, this wouldn’t have happened. That says it to me.

          • Michael Hampton

            The statement you quoted doesn’t say that she went there specifically to fight their insurance policies. It says that she went their despite their insurance policies because she wanted a good education, and they offered one. And she is right. Their policies are discriminatory. Viagra is covered but birth control is not? How is that equal?

          • Penmar

            I don’t particularly want to have to pay for anyone’s Viagra either, Michael. Sandra Fluke invokes ‘Reproductive Health’ as the issue, reproducing means having offspring, ergo birth control has nothing to do with reproductive health, she is not doing anything to make her reproductive organs healthy, Stopping conception is not reproducing and not making ones reproductive organs any healthier.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            Reproductive health also involves the decision of when and where to have offspring. Hence birth control being a part of it.

          • Penmar

            Here’s a 100 percent foolproof absolutely free birth control method if you do not want to get pregnant, Don’t Have Sex. If you want to have sex pay for your own birth control, don’t force me into having to purchase birth control on my insurance and don’t force my premiums to go up and don’t force me into violating my religious beliefs so you can have it on your insurance because you claim you can’t afford $9.00 a month for prescription from Wal-mart.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            How does an insurance company that you don’t work for providing birth control for another employee in a company that you also work at “violating your religious freedom”? How is it stopping you from passing judgement on her for having sex out of marriage? How is it preventing you from worshiping your God? Truth is, it isn’t. And honestly, that 9 dollars a month you are getting so upset about isn’t raising yoru premiums. They will not be affected as they are part of almost every other woman’s health insurance already.

          • Penmar

            Have you ever had a job with health insurance, doesn’t much sound like it. Because you all get the same exact insurance, so I’m paying for birth control regardless of my using it or not which would. Which means, if my religious belief is that birth control goes against the Word of God, then you are essentially forcing me to go against my religious beliefs. Every extra thing you tack on to an insurance policy gets paid for by the people. I used to sell insurance and that’s exactly how it works, any time the gov’t does something for the good of the people, the people pay through the nose one way or another. One person’s $9.00 per month wouldn’t raise my premiums, you are right, however 5000 or 10000 or a couple hundred million or more peoples $9.00 a month most certainly would cause my premiums to go up. And just so you know, the cost is not averaged per company buying the insurance for their employees, it’s averaged for all businesses and/or people buying insurance from the insurance company. Any way you look at it if I am in the insurance pool with everyone else, I have to pay for their birth control and their viagra, their diabetes meds, their whatever meds. Even if I live a healthy life, I’m still forced to pay for everyone else’s not living a healthy life.

          • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

            How does an insurance company that you don’t work for providing birth control for another employee in a company that you also work at “violating your religious freedom”? How is it stopping you from passing judgement on her for having sex out of marriage? How is it preventing you from worshiping your God? Truth is, it isn’t. And honestly, that 9 dollars a month you are getting so upset about isn’t raising yoru premiums. They will not be affected as they are part of almost every other woman’s health insurance already.

          • Penmar

            I don’t particularly want to have to pay for anyone’s Viagra either, Michael. Sandra Fluke invokes ‘Reproductive Health’ as the issue, reproducing means having offspring, ergo birth control has nothing to do with reproductive health, she is not doing anything to make her reproductive organs healthy, Stopping conception is not reproducing and not making ones reproductive organs any healthier.

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Talking out of your ass again, Hamster?

      • http://twitter.com/hamybear Michael Hampton

        Sad that you are the same as the WBC, Seinfeld?

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Talking out of your ass again, Hamster?

    • Eric

      EXACTLY!

  • losingusa

    They themselves have to be certifiable lunatics.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Stephanie-Warren/100001648091118 Stephanie Warren

    Not these turds again! Can’t they take a day off! They better not protest at the funerals of those children, sick freaks.

  • Stephen Brody

    They should be armed with assault weapons and reminded, “Don’t shoot till you see the whites of their eyes”. Assholes !!

  • Renny

    Well, he/she brought it. Hahaha.

  • LadyLNorth

    Please dear Lord, let this be the end of the Westboro kooks and their special brand of deranged hatred. Though nothing “good” can come from the Sandy Hook murders, if it is the impetus for WBC to vanish from public discourse once and for all, that’s at least something to be thankful for. To clarify, I’m not calling for violence against these cretins, just that they be forced to exit the public stage in utter humiliation and degradation once and for all. Never to be heard from again.

  • andycanuck

    They’re not Baptists. Stop calling them that.

    They’re also not Christians. They’re heretics who call themselves “Tachmonites” and Phelps calls himself the ‘last prophet’ and believes he has the power of salvation and damnation.

  • http://OccupyBawlStreet.com OccupyBawlStreet.com

    do we know yet if westboro is ACTUALLY coming? If I can get solid intell, I’ll be there also!

  • http://www.facebook.com/IAbowhunter Brian A. Schwarz Sr.

    Westboro church is a waste of space and the members are all worthless wastes of body fluids!!!

  • scubaski00

    What the fark does the murder of 18 dead babies and 7 upstanding adults (I left out the murderer) have to do with “God hates fags” crap??

    Maybe we’ll be lucky and a copy cat murderer will take out the WBC…that would be justice!

    • Grandma HeadInjury

      Nothing. It’s just Hammy grasping at straws again….

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHY_xOj2M_g PistolsForPandas

    Would it be tasteless of me to bet on Fred Phelps in the 2012 Death Pool? Not that I’m advocating that anything untoward happen to him, but you piss off enough people…

    • Guest

      Test

  • Eric

    Funny how you all on here like to cry about secular America stomping on your rights to express YOUR GODS VIEWS, the war on christianity, and other such nonsense and here is a group of theists who literally practice YOUR OWN FAITH and an exercise of the 2ND amendment rights, now you are outraged? How does that work? Do you hand pick what followers of your faith you like just like you hand pick what verses of the bible to obey?

    • http://twitter.com/jinx_mchue Severe Conservative

      Oh, great. Another holier-than-thou, know-it-all-but-actually-know-nothing atheist troll.

    • Penmar

      They don’t practice my faith.

  • Florence UknowWho

    God is love, not hate. So if a church says God hates, then they don’t know God and should not be “serving” a God they don’t know, for God loves everyone…..

  • Jonathan

    Does anyone know where and when we will be meeting tomorrow…???