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08/31/2009

Video: Adam Lambert meet Madam Lambaste

by Jeremy Hooper

You may remember Megan Phelps-Roper from her recent appearance on this site, where she "explained" why her own mother's out-of-wedlock birth wasn't worthy of expulsion because, basically, it happened before the church knew any better (riiiiiiiiiight). Now see Megan 'explain" why Adam Lambert is hellbound, while the rest of her clan auditions for next season's "Idol":


WATCH: 'GOD HATES FAGS' GALS PROTEST ADAM LAMBERT AT IDOL CONCERT [Towleroad]

Whenever we see that Smuckers commercial where the little boy talks about how his lot in life is already predetermined because of his last name, we feel a little bad for the kid. Because what if he doesn't want to make jam for the rest of his life? What if he has other ambitions? What if he, of his own free will, sees other goals that he'd like to accomplish? Not there's anything wrong with jam or the family business. We just can't help but wonder if maybe, if not for his last name, the little boy might go on to fill a role more suited to his skills, like curing cancer or figuring out how to make a delicious macaroni and cheese that has zero fat and calories.

Yea, well -- we feel sorta the same way about Megan and her siblings. If not for Fred Phelps, might these kids actually enjoy us and our perfectly lovely existences? We think so.

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Your thoughts

It never fails to scare me, the Westboro Baptist Church. They can smile while saying things like that... it's terrifying.

Posted by: Yuki | Aug 31, 2009 12:44:14 PM

I can't bring myself to watch these creeps-I can barely stomach READING them. Does she believe Adam is "hellbound" because he's gay, because he's Jewish, or both?
Or is it because he has more talent and brains in his toenail clippings than all of Fred Phelps' grandchildren combined?

Posted by: Bill S | Aug 31, 2009 4:07:03 PM

Oh yeah, I read something about this earlier today. These too guys wrote a book called "Jesus Loves You" and staged a counter-picket to the Phelpses. Before that, though, they actually attended the WBC service and tried to give copies of their book away to the church members. (Apparently Shirley took one and said she would use it as a paperweight.) I don't know anything about the book itself, but doing what they did yesterday took guts.

Posted by: Rachel Snyder | Aug 31, 2009 6:38:19 PM

*two

Posted by: Rachel Snyder | Aug 31, 2009 6:39:01 PM

I cannot stand close minded people like this. Adam Lambert is glorifying sin? Now that his new video was put on his myspace, haters like this are purposely voting it down because they hate gay people. Why don't they get a life?

Posted by: lilly | Oct 21, 2009 6:48:45 PM

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