Comments should be pretty much “JOOOOOOO!!!” free but I haven’t checked:
Normally at this juncture in meme evolution, lefties would be selling “Hail Satan!” T-shirts, buttons, and bumper stickers. Lorne Michaels would be trying to get Dana Carvey on the phone. A quickie, catchy pro-choice anthem embracing the phrase and sung “We Are the World”-style by Will Ferrell’s pals would’ve been posted at Funny or Die and gone viral.
Not this time.
At the height of all the #HailSatan hilarity on the left side of Twitter, a single thunderclap of a Tweet shut down the party pronto:
Unfortunate to see Satan’s name used in such a diabolical manner.
Another example of what ‘Satanism’ doesn’t represent. #HailSatan”
It was that utterly breathtaking inclusion of the word “diabolical” that got me thinking like a liberal: that is, that the @UKChurchofSatan Twitter account had to be fake, set up specifically to mock the proceedings, in the tradition of “Clint’s Empty Chair”…
UPDATE: Texas House approves late-term abortion ban — with more votes than the last time
How’s about #HailJesus or #FSatan?
I’m happy with #HaHa as well though.