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04/30/2007

Westboro spreads antipathy to other kinds of 'queens'

by Jeremy Hooper

The latest from Westboro Baptist Church:

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Though if you think Westboro's raging now, just wait until they see Stephen Frears' next tell-all biopic:

Queen 2

Sure to set them over the edge, that flick!

****Note: This full Westboro press release can be found on their website. However, a link from us is something those kids never receive.

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Ahhh, I seem to remember commenting on your site a few weeks back about this one... I was surprised that those loonies hadn't targetted England for it's civil unions yet...

This "release" is sort of comforting... The Mother Country must be doing something right, if WBC is protesting them :o)

I'd say "God Bless the Queen" if I could do it without laughing... :o)

Posted by: Anon | May 2, 2007 3:21:50 AM

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