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03/20/2009

Abhor us and Natasha

by Jeremy Hooper

We've always imagined that Westboro Baptist's version of hell looks something like Cabaret:

Now they've add fuel to our suspicions:

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Wow, that's a disgusting lil' missive. So clearly it means that they're Marin Mazzie fans still upset about the 1998 Tonys.

[::sigh::] Can't you just get over it, Pastor Phelps?! Ragtime was good, but Natasha and Alan OWNED that acting season! The voters have spoken -- move on! Next thinkg we know you're gonna rehash the whole Avenue Q/Wicked fracas of '04

Honestly, some extremist preachers can be such insufferable show queens.

Well Natasha, wherever you are: Rest in the sort of peace that no longer dignifies these self-appointed critics. Your show closed far too early, but you performed your role beautifully.

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You would think that after all of the "former IRA operative" roles that Neeson has played, that the feces throwers over at the WBC might exercise a little bit of trepidation in their antagonism of him and his family. I am sure that there are a lot of Irish folk who would take an attack on one of their countrymen as a personal affront. Maybe that is why they never once mention Neeson in their missive.

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 20, 2009 5:33:40 PM

They're sick as usual. I hope Hugh Jackman takes care of himself, because I'm sure they will have a lot to say about "The Boy From Oz".

Posted by: Mike in the Tundra | Mar 20, 2009 6:17:10 PM

Well, that didn't take long, did it?
They were in New York a couple weeks ago, and I kinda wanted to see them, but I couldn't because, unlike them, I HAVE A JOB!
What revolting people.
If a tree was to fall on their church a crush the lot of them...it wouldn't be the saddest thing that ever happened.

Posted by: Bill S | Mar 20, 2009 7:50:47 PM

AIDS research is an act of "fag-enabling"?
Wow...that's just...
Nope.
I'm not going to keep falling for this.
They condemn her for not using her position as a star to spew the garbage they believe, as if she shared there beliefs and was therefore obliged to. Slips like that make me realize just how full of crap they are.
I don't know or care what they truly believe, but these displays of mean-spirited, shock-the-public by saying viscious things about people who can't defend themeselves hate-mongering are just pathetic attempts to draw attention to themeselves.
It's getting old. Can't they find something USEFUL to do with their lives?

Posted by: Bill S | Mar 21, 2009 9:34:37 AM

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