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06/05/2006

Because if you don't teach religious extremism before age nine, it may not take

by Jeremy Hooper

From Westboro Baptist Church:

Abuse

And to think the children in our lives only had Elmo and Spiderman toys to play with this weekend. Who knew that batsh*t crazy, anti-gay signs were all the RAGE? ::sigh:: We're so old and out of the loop.

Be sure to keep an eye out for future Westboro graphics, where we hear a newborn baby will wear a diaper reading "Lil' fag Hater" and a bib that says, "Feed me...you know the way you're already feeding my mind with brainwashing, damaging rhetoric."

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