You already know that Fred Phelps and his tribe of rabid evangelicals in the Westboro Baptist Church are parodying pop songs. (Hey, we even got linked on Gawker and HuffPo for our post about Megan Phelps-Roper's embarrassingly awful "Poker Face" parody in January.) But the Phelps crew doesn't only do embarrassing karaoke for most of their radio hits. They do videos, too -- and we're not just objecting to them because of the venomous hatred in their lyrics.
Of course, there's the accompanying video for Megan Phelps-Roper's classic Lady Gaga parody, which, as our writer Peter Rugg says, "is maybe a step above mall-kiosk quality."
And David Bowie's "Fame," because it looks like it's animated with Microsoft clip art.
Matisyahu's "One Day," because that douche in a stocking cap is faking a Jamaican accent, and it's even worse than Matisyahu's fake Jamaican accent.
If that's not enraging enough, check out the WBC's music video archive.