Westboro Baptist Church to Picket Joe Paterno Funeral

Pastor Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist Church congregants plan to picket the funeral of Joe Paterno on Wednesday.  Paterno, who died on Sunday from lung cancer, was fired from his head coach position at Penn State University in the aftermath of the Jerry Sandusky pedophilia scandal. 

Not content to disrupt the funeral services of our military men killed in combat, this pseudo-christian cabal that has the audacity to call itself a church, looks to gain more publicity at the expense of the Paterno family.  Well, all I can say is, Come on up.  Come on up to State College PA, Fruitcake Fred, and bring all your fag-fearing freaks with you.  The Nittany Lions and all their fans, along with thousands and thousands of the Joe Pa faithful will be on hand to greet you.  And oh, by the way, God has a message for you…

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4 Responses to Westboro Baptist Church to Picket Joe Paterno Funeral

  1. gutsy9 says:

    This is the price we pay for the First Amendment I guess…Sad.. and enraging. I can only feel abashed and apologetic as a respectful religious conservative for what these demented cultists do and say..

  2. Lori Heine says:

    We could not possibly afford to buy the publicity Phelps and his gang of whackos give us. Any on the religious Right who might otherwise agree with them about gays see and hear that idiocy, and scoot as far away as they can, holding their noses. As unpleasant as they are, these loons are actually doing us a huge favor.

    Nobody else wants to be mistaken for them.

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