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01/26/2006

MO senators targeting 'mo - sin, it' orators

by Jeremy Hooper

Missouri state senators have passed a bill designed to prevent the "fag-hating" folks of Westboro Baptist's notorious funeral protests from an hour prior to an hour following the various memorial services. Meaning, of course, that should the measure be passed into law, the Phelps clan can use the extra time in Missouri to condemn the St. Louis arch to a fiery junkyard for so proudly flaunting its inappropriate curves. So that'll be fun for you, "fag-haters."

Now this measure raises many free speech issues, and in fact, the ACLU of Eastern Missouri indicate that they plan to fight the proposed bill. As for us, we are gonna Photoshop Fred Phelps' head onto Elroy Jetson's body:

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Why did we do this, you might ask? We have not the first clue.

The bill is being fast-tracked, expected to immediately go to the House and, if passed there, hit the governor's desk ASAP. As for the Phelpseseseses, they are said to be brainstorming all of the various ways one can say "God Hates Missouri," even as we speak.

Missouri Lawmakers Target Funeral Protesters

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