Westboro Baptist Church will Protest ComicCon

 

Those wackos from the Westboro Baptist Church are planning to protest this week’s ComicCon in San Diego under the guise that super heros and sci-fi characters represent “False Idols.”  It makes me wonder when they’re going to come to Anaheim and protest DisneyLand for those who worship Mickey Mouse, or the Nixon Library and protest those who worship conservatives, or the Register’s editorial desk and protest those who worship “the Invisible Hand of the Free Market.”

Since I will be attending the Con (not every day), we’re hoping to serve appetizers to the Fred Phelps crowd; those nice scallops wrapped in bacon deals (since shellfish and pork are, like homosexuality, Biblically abominations.  Wonder how that will go over?

  5 comments for “Westboro Baptist Church will Protest ComicCon

  1. July 19, 2010 at 4:31 pm

    Dan,
    It’s blasphemy!
    The comic-book that illustrates Superman being the moral equivalent of the Son of God is blasphemy.

  2. July 19, 2010 at 5:25 pm

    It’s Superman. A fictional character. Say it with me. A. fic. tion. al. cha. rac. ter. He’s not real.

    Whereas Lyndon Larouche has compared himself to Jesus.

    “Events have defined the legal actions against me and my friends as a Third Trial of Socrates. The trial in Alexandria might have been written by the same Magi which ordered its agents in the Democratic Party of Athens to arrange the trial of Socrates. The same Magi-force, acting through its pawn, the Emperor Tiberius, used the same tactic against Jesus Christ.

    “This method, of the Trial of Socrates, was adopted by my adversaries, because circumstances have long molded me to walk in imitation of Christ…This presents me now with my Gethsemane, in face of which prospect I conduct myself with the image of Gethsemane clearly before my eyes. If I am killed, I shall die as a political martyr, who has walked to his prescribed doom in the imitation of Christ, as should all Christians in kindred circumstances.”

  3. Amanda
    July 23, 2010 at 11:37 am

    I am sure God will love all the hate that you fester. I hope that when I am waiting at the gates, I get to see you banished to Hell because of the hate you have for the other children of God. WWJD? He tought love and peace for everyone of God’s children… not just the ones that had the same opinion as him.

    I hope you all can one day let go of your narrow minds and find love for everyone… it is not your job to judge. I pray for you.

  4. texaspete
    July 29, 2010 at 1:29 pm

    “I hope that when I am waiting at the gates, I get to see you banished to Hell because of the hate you have for the other children of God.”

    Man.
    That sounds alot like “hate” to me.
    Pots and kettles. Pots and kettles.

  5. Rachay
    August 4, 2010 at 12:26 pm

    Jesus’s abs look hotter than Superman’s.

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