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11/14/2007

Phelpses prayin' for a stayin'

by Jeremy Hooper

GhsWestboro Baptist Church is now asking a federal judge to "stay" the $10.9 million judgement that was recently cast against them while they appeal the matter:

Anti-gay church asks federal judge to stay judgment against it [Balt Sun]

In a related story: The whole of society is asking Westboro to "stay" their own judgements while we appeal to God to come down and say, "Yo, those kids don't speak for me!"

It remains to be seen how either the judge or Westboro will respond to the two requests. The judge will possibly go for it; though we imagine Westboro will react like this writer's dog, who barks incomprehensible nonsense whenever he's asked to "stay."

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