These Okies are just OK by me. Maybe if Fred Phelps and his little band of hate-filled goofballs have their tires slashed often enough, they’ll stay home and stop bothering grieving military families.
Okla. Residents Refuse to Help Hate-Spewing Westboro Baptist Church Members After Tires Slashed
by Lauren Kelley
Nov. 16, 2010
Several members of Westboro Baptist Church — best known for their despicable “God Hates Fags” protests — showed up in McAlester, Oklahoma, over the weekend to picket outside the funeral of Army Sgt. Jason James McCluskey. When they returned to their car, they found that the front and rear tires had been slashed.
What happened next was pure karma: “[A]s their minivan slowly hobbled away on two flat tires, with a McAlester police car following behind, the protesters were unable to find anyone in town who would repair their vehicle,” Tulsa World reported.
What’s more, Assistant Police Chief Darrell Miller told the local paper that a counter-protest of some 1,000 people showed up at the funeral to taunt and jeer at the half-dozen church members.
McAlester, Oklahoma: No friend to Westboro Baptist Church.
Read more at Raw Story.
and they still want to take the country back – to the era of the Salem Witch Trials.
“If people aren’t involved in helping godly men in getting elected, then we’re going to have a nation of secular laws. That isn’t what our founding fathers intended and that certainly isn’t what God intended We need to take back this country And if we don’t get involved as Christians, then how could we possibly take it back? If you are not electing Christians, tried and true, under public scrutiny and pressure, if you’re not electing Christians, then in essence you are going to legislate sin.”
“Father, once again, once again, we’ll rejoice with Your son and bring this nation into alignment with Your government and Your Kingdom’s principles and authority.”
— Katherine Harris, former Florida Secretary of State and Bush-Cheney campaign co-chair, who stopped a legal state recount in Florida in 2000 and named Bush the winner of the state’s electoral votes and the presidency, despite numerous complaints of vote fraud and irregularity.
“The purpose of separation of church and state is to keep forever from these shores the ceaseless strife that has soaked the soil of Europe with blood for centuries.”
“I have no doubt that every new example will succeed, as every past one has done, in showing that religion and Government will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
— President James Madison on what the founding fathers intended.
Both quotes were taken from the Author’s Note section of Raymond Khoury’s book “The Sign” (Dutton, 2010).
“I want to thank the Teabaggers for helping us pass health care, for resurrecting the Obama presidency. I know they’re saying, ‘Why are you thanking me? I was so against it, I marched on Washington with tea bags hanging off my Founding Fathers costume, with a gun on my hip and a picture of Obama dressed as Hitler, screaming about his birth certificate.’
And America saw that and said, ‘I think I’ll go with the calm black man.'”
— Bill Maher, h/t to Bartcop.com.
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