The KKK takes on Westboro Baptist

Lawdohmercy! Even Flannery woundn’t have thunk this one up.

As much as I despise what Westboro and Fred Phelps stand for — somehow the KKK defending the troops and military families seems equally as wrong.

But then again, maybe they both represent what freedom means — in some ironic, whacked out way.

And you? What say you?

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  • Apostle Paul asked (1 Cor. 1:13a), “Has christ been divided?” Judging by what His folks down here do, I guess we’d have to say, “Yeah, Paul, looks like He is.”

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      It certainly seems so, Roger.

  • If we, as Christians, want the freedom to speak in the public square, we have to support free speech for everyone, even morons like the KKK and the folks at Westboro. We certainly can criticize their speech though…

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      I’d like to do more than criticize their speech. Where’s that roll of duct tape?

      • I always carry a roll of duct tape in my car. You just never know when it will come in handy!

  • Steve T

    Well, I’d say its like the Queen of Hearts taking issue with Dorothy’s treatment by the Wicked Witch of the West … a bit of a Bizzaro-World if there ever was one. Oh wait, I turned on the news tonight and heard that Sarah Palin was having dinner with Donald Trump. Apparently, “we are all mad here.”

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      I thought you were kidding about She-who-Shall-Remain-Nameless having lunch with He-Who-Needs-A-New-Do, but then I saw the news story. Lawdamercy.

  • John in PDX

    Pot calling the kettle black.

    • Karen Spears Zacharias

      Which, of course, is how the KKK folks see everything — in black and white.