I Think the Marine Corps

…needs to go after this asshole.

And just WTF does that mean, anyway?

12 Responses to “I Think the Marine Corps”

  1. Lovely thing for children to be carrying, n’est pas?

  2. Crusader says:

    Yeah, I saw that pic when I read the article and had to ask WTF?

  3. Nightfly says:

    That’s Phelps, isn’t it… Wanker. They probably called him “extreme right-wing fundamentalist” or “controversial Baptist” or some such. If he’s a Baptist then I’m a Wookiee.
    Of course, he may wish to meditate on passages such as “By your own words I shall convict you” and “The measure you use shall be measured, pressed, and poured out upon you.” By his reckoning, a “blessed” IED going off in his compound or a freak tornado wiping out his “house of worship” would be a divine act, punishment for his own sins. Unless, of course, he decided that maybe the Lord Himself was going soft on sinners…

  4. Ken Summers says:

    Christ, hasn’t somebody killed that motherfucker yet?

  5. Ken Summers says:

    Pardon my bad language, sis.
    “Jeepers, hasn’t somebody killed that m*****fucker yet?”

  6. Crusader says:

    T’would do the church and world a favor, Ken.

  7. Emily says:

    What kind of Class A asshole would hand a sign like that to their child?
    Rot in HELL, Phelps.

  8. Sounds like a plan, Emily, for someone who sees nothing wrong with a child being exposed to that. Worse, using those children to advance their hateful bullsh&t.
    And you are so thoughtful, Mr. Summers! I was mad enough at that picture to leave off using the $$’s in ‘asshole’, so my heart is truly with your initial post.

  9. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Sadly, no, Ken. He’ll probably die of a heart attack while sitting in a wheel chair, carrying of his hateful signs.

  10. Bart says:

    Phelps always referred to Senator Bob Dole as “fag” Dole.

  11. A Swill welcome, Bart! Now, on to business.
    Phelps did WHAT?? That nice old man? War hero? Etc.? The guy has to be on hate-crack or something.

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