Posturing little nincompoop tells Kansas voters: ‘You better vote for me!’
MEET Jack Wu. Not only does he regularly attended services at the “fag”-hating Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas, he also has designs on a position within the Kansas State Board of Education.
If elected, little Jackie Wu, who looks barely out of diapers, promises on his election website to:
Throw out the crap that teachers are feeding their students and replace it with healthy good for the soul knowledge from the holy scriptures.
He asserts that:
The current public educational system in Kansas and the United States is preparing its students to be liars, crooks, thieves, murderers, and perverts.
And he says:
Let’s be specific. Evolution should never be taught in public schools as science. Evolution is false science! God made the heaven and the earth and created humans from the dust of the earth! The very bad teachers that teach that men descended from apes via evolution need to have their teaching licenses revoked. Yes, students should be taught that God created everything.
School administrators are always complaining about budget problems and lack of funding for this or that. Haha, that’s funny. I have a really simple solution to solve that problem: Eliminate funding for evolution textbooks and pseudo-education. We’ll save a ton of money! Tell those evolution textbook publishers to recycle their waste of paper, and tell those evolution teachers to teach truths instead of lies.
The lies of men and of the devil need to be expelled from the classrooms of Kansas, and of the United States, and of the world. Make room for the truth of God!
Declaring his candidacy for a seat on the Kansas State Board of Education (District 4), he said:
If you live in this district, you had better vote for me in the November 6, 2012 general election!
In his biography, Wu, who has the irritating affectation of referring to himself in the third person, says he was introduced to the theory of evolution at an elementary school in Hayward, California, where he:
Fell victim to the lies of his evil teachers and thought evolution was real science for a time.
A private Christian school reversed the damage:
There, Jack was taught that God created the world and the universe. At first, Jack stuck with his old pseudo-science evolution-based cosmology. However, the light of the holy scriptures burned all those trashy concepts away. Jack now knows that God is the Creator of all things.
Wu moved to Topeka, Kansas:
After seeing the light of Westboro Baptist Church. There, he found people that loved and served the Lord their God sincerely. The church stands amidst the evil city of Topeka, whose citizens among other things tried to burn down the church.
With the upcoming elections, Jack endeavors to make a difference in this evil city of Topeka and this perverse state of Kansas. The students and children of this generation need the light of the scriptures if to correct their erroneous ways. They don’t need Satanic lies like evolution filling their heads, and if elected to office, Jack would like to purge such lies from the curriculum.
Westboro Baptist church spokeswoman, the swivel-eyed Shirley Phelps-Roper, said that Wu is an “acquaintance,” and describes him as “just a friendly little guy,” though not a church member.
Rachel Hockenbarger, a Westboro devotee claims it isn’t unusual to spot Wu at services.
He attends church on a somewhat regular basis. You don’t have to be a member to attend. You just have to behave yourself.