Westboro Baptist Church Counter-Protest

November 22, 2008
5:30 pmto7:30 pm

Saturday November 22nd, Glendale Community College will be putting on the stage version of The Laramie Project. This play is about the reaction to the murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student who was tortured and killed near Laramie Wyoming for the crime of being gay.

The bigots from the Westboro Baptist Church protested both his funeral and the the trial of his killers with signs such as “God Hates Fags” and “Matt Shepard rots in Hell”.

In case anyone was still unsure how hateful and cruel these people were, they continue to travel around the country protesting at venues where this play is performed. Among other nonsense, their flier for the event says “Matt Shepard has been in Hell now for ten years, with eternity left to go on his sentence – without appeal, parole, or time off for good behavior. All else about Matt is trivial and irrelevant. You may join him soon. Deal with it.”

Fred Phelps, you bigoted old bastard, you’re a lot closer to the end than any of us are, so if there is a Hell you can say hi to him right before you get raped by your big scary devil. You say “God is not mocked”? Well rest assured, your farcical fairy tale friend will be mocked, but not half as much as your pathetic decrepit old carcass. So summon up your last vestiges of strength and hate and come on out so we can tell you what we really think of you. We’d hate to have you kick over before we got a chance to laugh in your ignorant old face. Deal with it.

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About Kazz

My name is Shawn Esplin and I am an advocate of Free Thought and general good sense and thought in general. To that end, I encourage people to seriously question the things that they have been taught, especially as children, because many of these things - religious and secular - are taken on faith until we actively choose to seriously examine them for ourselves.

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