Are you familiar with whack-a-do nutjob Fred Phelps? Fred Phelps is the founder of the Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas. The Anti-Defamation League has labeled them to be a hate group. That is probably due to their protests and their signage/slogans consisting of little gems such as "God Hates Fags", "Thank God for Dead Soldiers", "America Is Doomed" and "Priests Rape Boys". They're not well.
Anyway, the point here is that a couple of weeks ago for some reason, Phelps and his group decided to protest outside of the Twitter offices in California. When asked what the problem was with Twitter, one woman with this group of lunatics explained that "Twitter should be used to tell the punks of doomed America that God hates you!" Huh. Sooooo...since Twitter can't tweet itself, it's up to the WBC to protest against...Twitter? What now? (If you weren't convinced that they were a little bit off their rockers before now, the protest against Twitter for the given reason should have convinced you of otherwise.)
Mind you, Twitter offices are headquartered in San Francisco. There's nothing that San Francisco loves more than a good street protest. Heck, there's nothing more that San Francisco loves more than any reason to get out on the street and be different. And this was different. Somehow it was decided that the best way to protest the ridiculousness of the WBC's protest was to do so with said ridiculousness themselves. What resulted was hilarity at its finest.
See, the Fred Phelps followers signs are just idiotic. What's even more idiotic is having more signs and more hate than you have people. For instance, the person below clearly cannot manage all of their signs. And that really makes the hate protest seem not only silly, but disorganized as well. Behold!
But in retaliation or response to the WBC nutjobs, the fine folks that showed up for this thing brought their A-game. They also brought signs such as those that stated the obvious (and the pointless, which mirrored the WBC protest exactly).
They brought signs suggesting other ridiculous things that God might hate. (I find it odd that a church can go around spouting that God hates anything, but whatever. These signs merely accentuated that point quite nicely.) Perhaps He is not fond of ponies.
Maybe the WBC folks have it all wrong and God doesn't "hate fags", but instead really "hates flags".
Or maybe He just finds retweets as annoying as the rest of us do.
But at least they couldn't lie and say anything derogatory about Kraft Mac n' Cheese. Come on! Who doesn't love that stuff?! No one! Not even God!
All I know is that after looking at all of the energy that the WBC puts into their hate campaigns, I had the same sentiment that the fellow below seemed to have with his sign.