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05/08/2006

Westboro bites the hand that feeds their right to 'Thank God for 9-11'

by Jeremy Hooper

From the "fag-hating" folks of Westboro Baptist Church:

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Yea, because that whole "a Land of the Sodomite Damned" thing would go over SO WELL in the rest of the world's nations. Aren't you automatically appointed ruler of some Middle Eastern countries when you make such statements about your land? What's that -- no, you might instead be punished in the most severe of ways, possibly involving stones? Oh. We always get those two confused.

Westboro -- we're all about the free speech and even struggle with our support for your own. But calling the USA's version a "myth" seems offensive to both the nation and Medusa.

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