Former U.S. Sen. Bob Dole is the first Kansan to be singled out for the new Kansas Walk of Honor. Ceremonies on Friday in Topeka will include the unveiling of a bronze plaque at the southeast corner of the Kansas Statehouse lawn. According to an editorial in The Lawrence Journal-World, “Plans call for the state to add up to three plaques a year to the Walk of Honor, which is intended to recognize people with significant connections to Kansas who have made notable contributions at the state and national level.”
So, now that we have this wonderful Kansas Walk of Honor, how about establishing a parallel Kansas Walk of Shame? Alongside those bronze plaques at the southeast corner of the Kansas Statehouse lawn, how about putting up some cheap miniature plastic fire hydrants for dogs to pay homage to those Kansans who have brought us nothing but ridicule and shame? My first nominee for a hellfire-red hydrant is, of course, our very own Pastor of Hate, the Rev. Fred Phelps of Topeka’s Westboro Church.
Who’s your nominee?
“Amen” to that, or should I say “I second that?”
Better stick with “I second that,” because Fred only sees “men” in “Amen,” and the “men” all have it in for him, in a manner of speaking.
Do we have to wait for Brownback to leave office to nominate him?
Scott Roeder, the man who shot the Wichita doctor, but would a fire hydrant be shaming enough for him?
Well, maybe he can be raped by a legion of homophobes, miraculously get pregnant, and be forced to carry the child to term.