"Ga-ga, ooh la la, ga-Ga, ooh na nAAAaaRaaaArGhh**!!"
While I am not exactly gaga over Gaga, I don't really mind Stefani Germanotta. Sure, her fashions might cause blindness and induce epileptic seizures, but she's about as harmful as popping two Paracetamol after a drinking binge. However, if the Westboro Baptist Church is to be believed, God Himself hates, hates, HATES Lady Gaga.
RSVP. First-come, first-burned.
So much so that she's going to hell. In a shocking pink mirrored handbasket, I'm sure.
"I'm your biggest fan/I'll hound you until you love me/Gaga/Gagarazzi..."
Now, this fine Christian lady holding up what certainly isn't a souvenir from one of Gaga's concerts is Megan Phelps, a parishioner from the Westboro Baptist Cult "Church." On instructions from God Himself, no doubt, she recorded a parody of Lady Gaga's biggest hit "Poker Face," in which she lovingly describes The Penised One in such Christian terms as "you got a whorish face" and makes references to "your hateful fans" and "you pissed off God", punctuated with reminders that "God hates you."
Aaaaaaanndddd since I took so long before publishing this post, dear Megan above has thoughtfully - with the help of parish donations, undoubtedly - cobbled together a precious little video for us:
The Church of The Poison Mind Westboro Baptist Cult Church is led by the Nutbag Rev. Fred Phelps, whose family has been the subject of a TV documentary entitled The Most Hated Family In America. Their little God-fearing "church", in the name of the Lord, also runs a lovely site called GodHatesFags. This "church" has been active in spreading God's love by protesting gay events as well as picketing the funerals of homosexuals, with such words of comfort like "He's burning in Hell" and of course, "God hates fags."
Separated at Birth?
On the left, the befuddled crusader for your last rites.
On the right, the beleaguered crusader for your rights.
Thankfully, according to Wiki :
"Westboro has been labeled as a cult by the website apologeticsindex.org; as well as by anti-cult figures such as Rick Ross. Westboro's theology differs considerably from mainstream Christianity by espousing that individuals will be given eternal damnation for any number of sins. The members justify their messages, which they acknowledge to be alarming and hurtful, because the messages are intended to turn people from their current paths which will cause them to be sent to hell."
As for the Fame Monster herself:
Looks like it isn't God who hates her, but some other heavenly being. Now who would throw roses from on high like that?
I'm looking at you, missy.