Wednesday, October 04, 2006


There are just some things in life that defy any logical explanation.
The little Amish girls who were murdered in Lancaster, PA., died because Governor Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania slandered and blasphemed The Westboro Baptist "church".
This is according to the Westboro Baptist church, of course.
In a press release, the "church" is quoted as saying:

WBC to picket funerals of Pennsylvania school girls killed by a mad man in punishment for Gov. Ed Rendell's blasphemous sins against WBC. Gov. Ed Rendell - speaking and acting in his official capacity to bind the State of Pennsylvania - slandered and mocked and ridiculed and condemned Westboro Baptist Church on national Fox TV. Rendell also revealed a conspiracy to employ the State's police powers to destroy WBC in order to silence WBC's Gospel message. Co-conspirators identified by Rendell included state officials, citizens, lawyers, legislators and media.Gov, Rendell killed them.
The "church" plans to hold a protest at the funerals of the little girls to affirm the "church's" stance that these little girls were murdered as punishment by God for our tolerance of homosexuality.
In case you'd like to read more of the "preachings and teachings" of this "church", you can go to their website at:
That is the actual website address of this "church".


  1. I hope the Amish men take their scythes to the funeral so these guys can get reaped in the way that they sowed. Or something like that.

  2. I went to that website and it made me sick to my stomach. There are some sick idiots in this world.


  3. Anonymous10:17 PM

    It is hard to believe that deranged people like that walk the earth. All we can do is pray for them, as hard as that is to do.


  4. makes you just want to go over there and smack them over their heads with their bibles - maybe then something would sink in

  5. It's all unimaginable to me. The interesting thing is that people (like the "church" folks) behave like this most likely due to their own fears...but yet, they scare the heck out of ME.
    I really don't get this world at times...not in the least.


  6. Grrr I read about this! Another church group came to Port Arthur yesterday at a soldier's funeral (he died in Iraq) to protest against gays.

    I had my fingers crossed someone would punch them. He was a soldier and they wanted to make a statement at his funeral. Grrr


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