Westboro is obviously the pinnacle of ridiculous beliefs, but you really don't have to look very far for more "legitimate" crazies.
Really all you'd have to do is spend a day in Mississippi. Not only do they try to uphold prohibition in almost half the state (based on some retarded assumption that drinking is unchristian) meaning that carrying alcohol will see you either in jail, or 2000 dollars out of pocket, but they recently tried to push a measure that would define a person as being a fertilized human egg.
It's just incredibly idiotic, and that's not neccesarily just the traditional idiots - like your evangelicals, who are producing "wholesome" comic books like the ones above - that's also ordinary people. Or what passes for ordinary in Mississippi, which is obviously a very wide definition.
It's an alarming number of people that wish to claim moral superiority over other people, under the assumption that they're carrying out unspoken orders from the voice in the clouds.
Of course, how you can actually define morality as simply doing what you're told without conscience, is another can of worms.
Even in Denmark where I'm from, we have a church that's tied to the state, which should mean that it has an obligation to serve its citizens, but they're currently contesting the right of homosexuals to be married on the same basis as everybody else, with the sterling argument being that the word "marriage" classically only covers men and women in the dictionary, and that the state doesn't have the right to go changing classical definitions in the dictionary.
IN THE DICTIONARY. That's the wrong book, asshole.