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11/18/2010

If Westboro seems like a joke, here's the kicker(s)

by Jeremy Hooper

How the rest of us kick off the Christmas season:

How two members of Westboro Baptist Church's aggressively anti-gay Phelps family do it:

Hmm..the form's not terrible, especially in the case of Jael (on the left). But I don't know -- the costumes and setting leave me kind of cold, and not in that good, nippy, holiday way. The wrapped package that the other one (Sarah, I believe) is holding isn't wrapped in anything resembling tinsel. Plus call me a sucker for nostalgia if you must, but there's just something about the Radio City stage that seems far more festive as a dance floor than does our nation's treasured flag.

So yea: Santa's little helpers for the win! Better luck next year, those rehearsing for Satan's choreographed arrival!

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