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11/26/2007

Video: Guaranteed to make your parents' nagging seem less extreme

by Jeremy Hooper

Here's a recent 20/20 report on Westboro Baptist Church:


After a long holiday weekend spent with family neuroses, crying babies, and your distant cousin's uber-boring stories, we just thought you could use a glimpse into the Phelpses world to make you realize just how good you really have it. Because while your mother might have spent far too much time nagging you about your love life or career, at least she didn't seize your brain and wash it in cruel religious extremism.

Those Wacky Americans Part 15: Church of Hate [YouTube]
Those Wacky Americans Part 14: Church of Hate [YouTube]

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Maybe one day their children will all be taken away and adopted into loving gay families.

We can pray.

Posted by: Jamie | Nov 26, 2007 11:41:04 AM

How can instilling that much hate into little children be anything but abuse?

Posted by: Benton | Nov 26, 2007 12:52:02 PM

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