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The Enemy of My Enemy?

Can it really be true? Is the famously anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church actually condemning Kim Davis and saying that she should issue marriage licenses to gay people? They actually accuse her of causing gay marriage to become legal. Along with a number of tweets, the “church” published the following statement, saying that they were going to picket against Davis:

Westboro Baptist Church

Of course, this doesn’t make me feel any better about WBC. They may be the enemy of my enemy, but they are no friend to me!



  1. PATIOTSGT wrote:

    Whats the old saying about groups like WBC, Haters got to Hate.

    Friday, October 16, 2015 at 5:38 am | Permalink
  2. Ralph wrote:

    I don’t know about you, but I get this warm and squishy feeling of righteous vindication knowing there’s an all-seeing, all-loving, all-just God looking out for us, working tirelessly to rain down upon this doomed land all manner of fires, floods and freaks with firearms (even in churches, think of it fer Chrissakes!), and don’t forget all that cool AIDS you guys, to punish and torture thousands of innocents for the unspeakable offense of other people who would dare to commit the unspeakable act of marriage and loving commitment between two consenting adults. How do like dem apples!? He must be thinking, “dammit all, that first big flood just didn’t get ‘er done, what’s it gonna take with these people whom I intelligently designed in my image!”.

    And now that He’s gone digital with His own Twitter account, it’s easier than ever to keep up with every musing and damnation. On this topic, for example, He’s down with WBC. Or is He? He doth work in mysterious ways, don’t He?

    God ‏@TheTweetOfGod Sep 30
    “Kim Davis Secretly Met with the Pope.” It’s true. A thrice-divorced woman met with a 78-year-old virgin to complain about married people.

    Friday, October 16, 2015 at 7:50 am | Permalink
  3. redjon wrote:

    If Westboro Baptist was all that, then shouldn’t the people who make fun of them by now been ripped limb from limb by wild bears, the way children were who made fun of the prophet Jeremiah for his baldness? Keeping in mind that the definition of a true prophet is one who can prophesy BEFORE the fact.

    Pointing out bad things that happen to innocent people and pretending those things are a result of other people’s sins is more an example of what false prophets do, and The Bible has things to say about what should happen to false prophets.

    On the other hand, The Bible also has something to say about the person who is without sin casting the first stone…

    My bottom line is that people everywhere should just stop using their religion as an excuse for their hatred of others, and take responsibility for their own selves.

    Friday, October 16, 2015 at 2:34 pm | Permalink