Westboro Baptist Church goes after children!

United States
February 21, 2011 1:20am CST
The infamous Westboro Baptist Church known for their hatred of 'f*gs', targeting of Jewish temples, and protests at solder's funerals are now seeking more innocent targets. They held protests outside the schools attended by President Obama's children, Malia and Shasha. These kids are innocent of wrong doing. ~ The website of the WBC calls the Obama children "Satanic Spawn" of a "Murderous B*stard". ~ That slimy Phelps stepped over the line. You don't like Obama, target him with your tacky signs, leave the innocent kids alone! ~ The WBC aren't just targeting the Obama children. They are being a general pain in Washington's backside. Traffic is being slowed while folks with tacky signs are blighting the city. The Phelps family are attempting to be judge and jury on people's intimate personal business. ~ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/11/09/westboro-baptist-church-p_n_350766.html
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@dark_joev (3043)
• United States
21 Feb 11
Don't worry there are reports that Anonymous is going after WBC or I should say apart of Anonymous is going after the WBC not sure how many. They are most likely going to be doing this for the lulz of trolling the WBC so if you go to the WBC site and you find adult content has been placed on it Anonymous is responsible for it which I am telling you should be a lot of fun. http://anonnews.org/?p=press&a=item&i=492 So get your youtube fired up for some lulz as the WBC won't be ready for what is about to come to them.
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• United States
22 Feb 11
OMG! WBC has a dozen cats by the tails!
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@xfahctor (14128)
• Lancaster, New Hampshire
22 Feb 11
This would be funny as hell if it were true and I am bitterly disappointed that it isn't. I went to Anonymous's website and apparently it was a wild bogus claim being made by the Westboro church itself. Anonymous has stated unequivocally that they never had any such plans and in fact wouldn't because they feel free speech is necessary, even when that speech is as offensive as the WBC's speech is.
@dark_joev (3043)
• United States
22 Feb 11
Yeah, I am not sure though as just because the main voice of Anon is we aren't going to do it. Five or Six people who are Anons could do it. Anyway Anons have been coming to WBC protests to either Rick Roll them or block them out with their flags or with loud music of Rick Ashley.
@matersfish (6311)
• United States
21 Feb 11
This is probably reason #581 I don't believe in any "god," because it would certainly drop a space rock on these morons' heads!
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• United States
22 Feb 11
Anon is almost as effective as a space rock! You don't realize how rotten your life can get when those guys have you in their sights.
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• Elkin, North Carolina
21 Feb 11
This group is despicable any way you look at them! They hold protests and disrupt anything and everything because they want to share the message that God hates this country, God hates homosexuals, Jews, and pretty much everyone else. But the fact is this: they are only in it to bring attention to themselves! I have witnessed one of their protests firsthand and I must say that they are the rudest people I have ever seen and they all carry this condescending attitude toward everyone. The worst part about it is that they give a bad name to the Christian faith. God doesn't hate people...it's actually the opposite! And Christians are supposed to be known for the love of people that they have in their hearts and show through their actions! You can disagree with all kinds of beliefs, ideas, and lifestyles, but to do it like they do is just completely and morally wrong!
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• United States
22 Feb 11
I agree with you, and the fact that they've been targeted by Anon, the famous group of hive-hackers leaves me strangely free of pity. Pretty soon they are going to be too busy tripping over unwanted pizza to bother another deceased solder's family.
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@urbandekay (18312)
21 Feb 11
How can these people call themselves Baptists? all the best urban
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• United States
22 Feb 11
They are a disgrace to the term "Religion" much less Baptist.
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@spalladino (17924)
• United States
21 Feb 11
As far as I know, this happened in 2009 and then this group of idiots set their sights on others. They are definitely a disgusting group of parasites...but D.C. is also used to protests so I'm sure they went unnoticed by most in the immediate area.
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• United States
22 Feb 11
I hope so, although those kitsch signs would have to stand out with their obscene and primary to secondary color scheme.
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• United States
21 Feb 11
This is over a year ago and I am sure it was handled as should by President Obama. I wouldn't call these people Satanic though because that insults the Satanists being compared to these fruitcakes. As far as I'm concerned the best way to handle this group is to stop giving them the free press they are seeking. It is exactly what they are getting every time a paper publishes an article about them and every time we speak about them on here. Best to simply continue to write to the government to shut this group down. Though that brings up the question of just what is freedom of speech and the freedom of assembly. It is a two edged sword and the WBC knows it. Namaste-Anora
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• United States
22 Feb 11
You are quite right, there is a slippery slope here.
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• United States
22 Feb 11
The following is an article a friend posted today over on another area I chat. These people are un-real. http://www.advocate.com/News/Daily_News/2011/02/22/Phelps_Daughter_Admits_She_Was_Abused/ Namaste-Anora
@flowerchilde (12547)
• United States
22 Feb 11
It also ticks me off that these blights profess to be Christians and give Christians a bad name. They likely make some who hate Christians very happy..
• United States
22 Feb 11
Maybe... But what I see is all WBC detesters joining forces to repel the noisy nutters.
@laglen (19780)
• United States
21 Feb 11
I am a big believer in our rights. But I wouldnt cry if something like Waco happened to them. They are the slime of America. I guess the best we can do is use them as an example of what not to do.