I read it on Yahoo! News, so I know it's true.
According to the article, God is punishing American GIs for defending a country that harbors gays. So says a church who brought their anti-gay message to the funeral of two dead servicemen. According to Rev. Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist, God is wreaking vengeance on the military for defending a nation that allows homosexuality.
Now, the church is rather small. It pretty much consists of Rev. Phelps, his family, and his in-laws, and it's not affiliated with the Baptist church proper. bear that in mind when reading this.
What I found particularly interesting was that one of the people interviewed who decried Rev. Phelps' actions said that he might otherwise join the Reverend, had he not chosen the funeral service of two servicemen to convey his message. He doesn't disagree with the message (gays = bad), he disagrees with the venue.
If God doesn't like gays, wouldn't it seem to make more sense for God to smite the gays and not the men and women of the military who defend ALL Americans? And if gay is a sin, then why would we have to deal with it now? Couldn't we just let them live in sin and let God handle the punishment at the rapture?