Finally the strippers fought back, with lawn chairs, bikinis, and barbecues, in front of the church. The first few weeks the preacher piped the sermon outside, but that "agitated" them and made them dance in the streets.
Oh, the HORROR.
"They have now seen the evil firsthand", says preacher man, "The word of Jesus Christ says you cannot share territory with the devil".No, but you can share it with somebody who's minding their own business.
(Here's a video. Notice the preacher's Freudian slip at the 00:05 mark. )
Here Roger Ebert tells of strippers who understand values and morals better'n any Tea Baggers.
"I find hope in the words of two American strippers interviewed by the Wall Street Journal. Cassandra, who works at New York Dolls, just around the corner from the proposed community center, said she worried that calls to prayer might wake up the neighbors. The WSJ writes: "But when she was told that the organizers aren't planning loudspeakers, she said she didn't have a problem with the project: 'I don't know what the big deal is. It's freedom of religion, you know?'"
Chris works in the Pussycat Lounge, even closer to the site. When the airplanes struck the World Trade Center, Chris became a Red Cross volunteer working with survivors. The WSJ writes she "sat on a barstool in a tiny, shiny red dress and defended Park51. 'They're not building a mosque in the World Trade Center. It's all good. You have your synagogues and your churches. And you have a mosque.'" Chris lost eight of her friends on Sept. 11, 2001, firefighters from the Brooklyn firehouse she lived next to at the time, but "the people who did it are not going to the mosque."
Cassandra and Chris reflect American values more instinctively and correctly on this issue, let it be said, than Sarah Palin, Howard Dean, Newt Gingrich, Harry Reid and Rudy Giuliani, who should know better."