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08/27/2007

God hates fajitas

by Jeremy Hooper

First we saw 'em curse America. Then they extended their ideas about God's wrath to Sweden, Ireland, and England. And now, the "fag-hating" folks at Westboro Baptist are going south of the border, with Mexico as the latest locale from which they claim God has turned his protective glance:

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Well, just remember that old edict about how to not get sick in Mexico, Westboro: DO drink the water. After all, it would just ruin our day to hear that your lil' protest was cancelled due to an entire family raging case of the shits.

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

**Headline Note:
Yes we know fajitas are not authentic mexican cuisine. Enchiladas De Mole y Pollo just didn't work as well.

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That is so beautifully Christian. *sniff*

Posted by: Howard | Aug 27, 2007 2:39:39 PM

Makes me want to go out for Mexican food tonight :-)

Posted by: Jessica | Aug 27, 2007 2:54:23 PM

That doesn't make any sense, Mexico city wasn't affected by Dean, the most affected people were farmers who lost their crops. I would be like picketing San Francisco thanking for the deaths of some Idaho farmers .

Posted by: Rodrigo | Aug 27, 2007 11:11:46 PM

Hmm, this seems like a fake. Everybody knows Pride happens during the summer. Sept 15 is Independence Day. I wish I could be there to see if they actually show up and maybe throw tomatoes at them or something.

Posted by: Zero Cola | Aug 28, 2007 6:25:29 AM

They're thankful for the death of Mexican...butterflies? I'm guessing that they're looking for something more along the lines of "maricón".

Silly gringos.

Posted by: Chris Doeg | Aug 28, 2007 1:51:36 PM

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