Fred Phelps – Doing the Devil’s Work

Most of you have heard of Fred “God Hates Fags” Phelps by now. If not from the news, you’ve heard of him by reading my site. Normally, I don’t like to give him the satisfaction of being written about, but sometimes I just can’t help myself.

Today is one of those days.

Perhaps you heard the news story about the 5 young Amish schoolgirls who were gunned down in Pennsylvania? Yes. Young. Amish. Girls. Let that sink in.

Fred Phelps and his cult/family are planning to picket at the girls’ funerals. Let that sink in.

Fred Phelps and his deranged family are going to go to the funeral of Amish girls who were senselessly killed by a wacko, and they’re going to stand there holding signs that say “God Hates Fags” and “Thank God for 9/11.”

I thought that having him picket at soldier’s funerals was as despicable as he could get.

BOY, was I wrong. Never think you’ve seen the worst of anything.

Fred cares about just one thing. Publicity. He’s figured out that spewing SATANIC hatred at innocent, grieving people is a great way to get noticed. He preys on innocent victims.

Fred talks a lot about hatred, and what God hates and doesn’t hate. I remember distinctly reading a verse in the Bible that says God HATES the shedding of innocent blood. I think a wacko killing 5 Amish schoolgirls constitutes shedding of innocent blood.

Apparently Fred’s sick camp of lunatics claims they don’t have a problem with the Amish, it’s the governor of Pennsylvania that they really have a problem with.

So I ask you, why isn’t Fred picketing at the governor’s mansion in Pennsylvania?

Well, because it wouldn’t piss people off nearly as much, so there wouldn’t be nearly as much publicity.

Fred is nothing but a dried up, shriveled, disbarred lawyer who’s doing the devil’s work of spreading hatred.

I’m not suggesting that anyone kill Fred or his evil family, but let’s just say NO ONE in America will be sad if that happens. I’m quite sure there would be dancing in the streets… the same kind of happiness that people would have at the news of a Nazi or KKK member being killed. I don’t ever cry for evil, disgusting people like Fred and his family. I cry only for the innocent.

What I will suggest is this. When someone in Fred’s family dies, I think we should have a few hundred thousand people picket holding signs that say “God Hates Fred Phelps.”

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I happen to know that many of Fred’s family members are lawyers intent on protecting this evil that is force-fed to mourning families. To them I say this:

Try to get people to stop writing things about your family, you low down, sheep-herding slimedogs. It’s called free speech, baby, and if it’s good enough for you to abuse, then it’s good enough for me, too. So roll it up real tight, and shove it in your notebook.

  7 comments for “Fred Phelps – Doing the Devil’s Work

  1. October 4, 2006 at 11:43 am

    Ugh. That guy and his whole insane family make me sick. It bothers me that people like that are afforded the right to spew the kind of hatred that they do, but unfortunately, they do. Stupid Constitution.

  2. October 4, 2006 at 1:09 pm

    I will probably be hated for saying this, but I feel Fred Phelps and his pack of idiots are the “radical Christians” that Rosie O’Donnell was referring to on The View. Maybe not them in particular, but people LIKE them. I am very much a Christian and these people give us all a bad name. Maybe these morons need to look up the bible verse that has to do with not judging others, lest you be judged. Or something like that. What I’m trying to say here is ONLY God judges. How DARE they picket those funerals! Seriously, if I saw somebody murder and pillage those “supposed” Christians, I would look the other way and acted like I saw nothing. Those people aren’t Christians at all and how dare they use my God to push their agenda.

  3. October 4, 2006 at 1:35 pm

    God, indeed, hates Fred Phelps. May he be struck by lightning.

  4. October 4, 2006 at 2:36 pm

    Oooh. The potential irony of him dying from some “act of God” would be too poignant to believe!

  5. Jodie
    October 4, 2006 at 6:29 pm

    I could be mistaken, but I believe he has about 8 children, and half of them have basically disowned him due to his actions. Maybe they will take care of the problem. Hopefully he has a large insurance policy that could motivate one of them.

    In the meanwhile all I can say is, what comes around, goes around. When his time comes, I’m sure he will be surprised at the place he ends up.

  6. October 4, 2006 at 7:59 pm

    I should crawl up in a bell tower near his little compound. I am deadly acurate at 400 yards with my Savage .300 with the 9X scope. That would put an end to his little church.

  7. October 5, 2006 at 1:11 pm

    “If he were to get hit by a car, I’d go find a statue of Jesus and give it a hi-five.”

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