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08/22/2006

...provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and clean your keister

by Jeremy Hooper

   In a new video charmingly titled "The U.S. Constitution - an Agreement with Hell," Westboro Baptist's Fred Phelps says of the U.S. Constitution:

"A constitution that now says 'it's okay to be gay' is a constitution which is in a covenant with death and an agreement with hell. And such a constitution is fit only for toilet paper."

Which is obviously batsh*t crazy! I mean, wiping your fanny with 219 year old parchment paper? Hello -- raging bum rash! Just 'ouch!,' that idea.

Now we may be biased, but finishing your number 2 with our nation's number 1 document of governance just seems like a flawed suggestion.The Declaration of Independence, however -- ass as pleasing as even the softest two-ply!

**This video can be found on Westboro's "Signs of the TImes" website, but a link from us those sillies will never receive.

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