Hell and Damnation

I was sad yesterday when I heard that Elizabeth Taylor had died at the age of 79. Dame Liz retained her British nationality despite becoming the definitive all-American Hollywood star. Sensible girl. She wouldn’t have got the damehood without it.

I suppose she’ll be remembered more for the high drama of her personal life than her art. I will remember her for helping to raise over $100 million for the AIDS charity that she founded at a time when many thought that people with AIDS should be left to rot in the gutter.

I was mad today when I read that the congregation from Westboro Baptist Church intend to picket Dame Liz’s funeral. Margie Phelps, daughter of the hate group’s leader, Fred Phelps, tweeted “RIP Elizabeth Taylor is in hell as sure as you’re reading this and getting mad as a wet hen. She should’ve obeyed God. Too late!”  It’s nice to know the hell and damnation school of enlightened thought is alive and well.

4 thoughts on “Hell and Damnation

  1. For those she loved, her loyalty and generosity was boundless.

    This Phelps family is simply evil. I believe in a kind and loving God, who makes no mistakes. In the end, they too, will answer to Him for their cruel, evil acts.

    You have a very nice looking and well written blog. Good wishes with it!


  2. Unfortunately there will always be people like the Phelps, but they will get what they deserve. What goes around comes around…


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