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The comedy is that it's serious

by Jeremy Hooper

Westboro Baptist's latest song parody, this time covering Jason Mraz's "The Remedy", includes the following charming passage:

I heard two fags talking on the radio
It was Anderson Cooper and Rachel Maddow
Uncovering the ways to plan the next fag attack
They were counting down the ways to stab their brother in the be right back after this
The unmistakable hiss, Satan calling God a liar, wallowing in the mire, trying to sanitize, sodomize
You’re drunk on the poison but we gots the remedy


Mmmm, poison. I was planning on red wine tonight, but hey -- if poison is what my cable news overlords are peddling, then okay, "uncle."

We're just glad to finally know for certain that Westboro has made the consumer choice of XM radio. After all, the only place one can hear both Rachel and Anderson is on satellite -- and everyone knows WBC can't possibly be Sirius!


*Cleanse your palate:

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