Saturday, February 10, 2007

Aliens landing in El Paso

On February 21st there will be a memorial service held on Fort Bliss for its six troops from the 1st Calvary Brigade recently killed in Iraq.

Coincidentally, February 21st is the same day the aliens intend to invade El Paso, landing at Fort Bliss at the very same time as the scheduled service for the lost soldiers.

It's really no coincidence at all. It's simply Fred Phelps' Westboro "Baptist"* army that carries on attacks from another planet located behind ten foot high security walls in Topeka, Kansas.

According to the El Paso Times quoting from the church's website, the soldiers "were slain by God Almighty, the Man of War, for enlisting and serving in a (homosexual) army and (homosexual) nation."

"This is the message, you simpletons: fight for a doomed nation, and you will suffer the consequences."

* As noted by the Southern Baptist Convention, any resemblance of Fred Phelps' "God Hates Fags" Westboro Baptist Church to that of an authentic Baptist church is purely coincidental.

1 comment:

D.K. Raed said...

I suppose I should be grateful for kansas. Without groups like these kansans you've pointed to, utahn's attitudes toward homosexual reform (total support of Ted Haggard's 3-week intensive prayer-filled "retraining" program) would be the laughing stock of the nation.

Aren't these funerals private affairs? If so, under what aegis are these Phelps-following hatemongers worming their slime-trail way anywhere near the bereaved families?

I suppose it comes down to freedom of speech, like the nazis marching in Skokie IL. Of course, F.O.S. doesn't seem to apply to Bush's free speech zones (which are anything BUT) or silencing of real scientific data about global warming or cutting NEA funds or ... sheesh, what made me think we REALLY have F.O.S.?

Insofar as I can determine based on a totally random personal review of history, I would like to counter with: "God Hates Ignorance". ~~ D.K.