Thursday, April 28, 2011

The Westboro Baptist Church Threatens to Protest Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton

What did Prince William and Kate Middleton ever do to the Westboro Baptist Church? Yes, the Westboro Baptist Church is threatening to picket the royal wedding. WBCFredJr posted a tweet on Twitter about their plans to disrupt the royal wedding.

"You seen WBC signs aloft near Royal Wedding Site? Guess how many signholders are on the ground?" he asked his followers one day before the wedding.

One can only hope that disbarred attorney and founder of the Westboro Baptist Church, Fred Phelps, will try to disrupt the royal wedding. He has been barred from entering the United Kingdom from some time now. Should he be able to get into England, I am curious as to what they would do with him. No, I don't hate England, but it would be nice for them to keep him. I've heard that The Tower London is quite nice in the spring.

The security Great Britain has in place for Prince William and Kate Middleton's is quite extensive. It is doubtful that the Westboro Baptist Church would be able to get anywhere near the royal wedding. Should they manage to slip past the security, there is no doubt that the crowds of people would be more than willing to stop them from disrupting the ceremony or any of the events around the royal wedding.

Of course, the Westboro Baptist Church is more bark than bite these days. They threatened to protest Elizabeth Taylor's funeral, but failed to show up. The Westboro Baptist Church even canceled two of their protests at funerals in Oklahoma to be at the Academy Award-winner's service. As you probably know, Oklahoma is a "project" for the Westboro Baptist Church, seeing what happened to them in McAlester.

Should the Westboro Baptist Church actually show up at the royal wedding, I'm hoping they are given the "royal treatment." It would serve England well for them to follow the excellent example that Brandon, Mississippi set for the world. In Brandon, the Westboro Baptist Church was treated to some ol' fashioned southern hospitality.

We will have to wait and see if the Westboro Baptist Church actually falls through with their threat. If they do, it should be interesting. If not, it is, yet again, another Westboro Baptist Church failure - the one thing they are good at.

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