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||[Aug. 12th, 2006|04:18 am]
Fred Phelps<--Biggest Douche in the World
I feel a great sence of pity for The Phelps Regime/Cult/Family/Group. I am a gay man and have great reason to hate them, but my spritual beliefs of being a Pagan-Witch differ from hate. I believe in Light and Dark, and when I say Dark I don't mean evil. Sure, I would love to see Topeka, drive right up to their compound and sing, make out with my boyfriend (if I had one) as I plan to do in front of The White House in this wonderful last term of Bush. I know that it wouldn't make difference, as The Phelps are in their own beliefs system. I don't agree with anything they preach of course, When Mrs. Shirley Phelps Roper went on Hannitty and Colmes I was outraged. Yet, take a look at these people, as Jeasus says in The New Testmant, love your enimes. They all have this insane twinkle in their eyes. The thing that gives me hope are the children, the little tykes that hold the signs that their parents have they can't understand what they are holding. I hope that the parents don't continue their fathers path of child abuse. I would hate to be there. I give praise to the four children that left, that alone proves there is a gene of sanity in their family.
What worries me about the Phelps is that they are backed by a powerful lawfirm. They know they are safe. In all reality I think it will just get worse. I don't think the "cult" will disban with the death of Fred Phelps. A new leader will surcomb. I think it's sad though. I think about Judy Sheppard. I think about the mothers of the fallen soldgiers. I know one thing though. I don't want these people at my wedding, or my funeral. I cannot hope that they will change. It takes to much of my energy and it's pretty useless letting a 100 people in a population of millions to effect my daily life. That family has been through great pain, and that pain has processed into hate. Truthfully, all I can do is process pity for them. It couldn't be more obvious to say that they are preaching the wrong message, but the wrong attitude as well.