|Barking mad. Image from source, CBS News|
When you hear that someone is probably dying, the natural reaction is empathy, a little sadness, and the dim awareness that this our own fate eventually. It's almost always a downer. Not in this case.
I can't even scare up a hint of sorrow for the likes of the Reverend Fred Phelps. And while I'm an atheist, if by some remote chance there is a god, I'll bet you he won't be kind to this guy.
Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps Sr. “on the edge of death,” son says
The estranged son of the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church said his father is "on the edge of death." Fred Phelps Sr. became famous for organizing picket lines of brightly-colored signs carrying hateful messages against tolerance during the funerals of military personnel and famous figures. His actions led to at least two federal and several state laws restricting protests during military funerals. . .
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