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View Poll Results: Should Westboro Baptist Church be allowed to continue their hateful protests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    It is a right they have... They had best expect reprisals... Especially from grief stricken and emotionally compromised parents and family members... Just saying...
    I agree. But the law will protect the trolls, not the mourners, hence my renaming of the denomination.

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    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    I agree. But the law will protect the trolls, not the mourners, hence my renaming of the denomination.
    So long as the jurors see it with the same emotional detachment as the SCOTUS. Get the right amount of moms and veterans wives and veterans empaneled on that jury... Just saying...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Angry Westboro Baptist Church

    As a veteran who served my country proudly, all I can say is these people are nothing short of pieces of s#@t. The Supreme Court also fell asleep behind the wheel with their bogus 8 -1 decision to support this outrageous behavior. It's a really sad commentary when the highest court in the land gives the thumbs up to inflict this type of pain and anguish on families who are mourning the sacrifice of a loved one.
    A relative of a soldier that was killed has it right: "One of these days they are going to cross the wrong person and their blood will be on the hands of the Supreme Court justices". OOORAH!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aim-n-shoot View Post
    As a veteran who served my country proudly, all I can say is these people are nothing short of pieces of s#@t. The Supreme Court also fell asleep behind the wheel with their bogus 8 -1 decision to support this outrageous behavior. It's a really sad commentary when the highest court in the land gives the thumbs up to inflict this type of pain and anguish on families who are mourning the sacrifice of a loved one.
    A relative of a soldier that was killed has it right: "One of these days they are going to cross the wrong person and their blood will be on the hands of the Supreme Court justices". OOORAH!
    Yea, what he/she wrote!!...

    Sorry, not sure of gender, but it really does not matter now does it...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    My teacher went to a conference that these guys held. He doesn't back them up by any means, but he is a law teacher. He said that he didn't agree with most of the things she did, but he did agree that they have the freedom of speech. Personally, I think they should rot in hell for what they did. It's like they're celebrating the death over someone. Like every teacher says to the kid that bugs the heck out of them, There is a time and place for everything. There's a time and place for a protest, and a funeral sure as heck isn't one of them. Does it break any laws? No. But it breaks moral rules. They have absolutely terrible morals, but it is not, unfortunately, against any laws.

  7. #16
    I'm going to watch some porn now. I hope it ticks these people off. I have freedom of speach too you know.

  8. Freedom of speech

    There is freedom of speech.... But there is also ABUSE of freedom of speech.

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    I think you have the right to free speech but at a funeral is not the right place.
    Try your free speech at a MLK event or a Gay Pride event and you are going to get you butt kicked or your face slapped.

    The Patriot Guard Riders will be at more funerals to protect the families of the fallen searvice members now.

    Check out patriot gaurd riders you don't have to be a biker to join.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    The Westboro Baptist Church could very well be the ultimate example of biting the Constitutional hand that feeds you. It is their right, as annoying as it is.

    Maybe the Westboro Baptist Trolls would be a more appropriate name for them.
    Is it their right? YEP.
    Are they sick and dispicable? YEP.
    Would I like to whip some of their butts? YEP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    It is a right they have... They had best expect reprisals... Especially from grief stricken and emotionally compromised parents and family members... Just saying...
    I understand that, here in Michigan, Vet groups (whether the deceased or the family was a member of the organization or not) accompany many of fallen heros to their grave site as part of the funeral procession. and block not only protesters but media as well.
    All peacefully of course. But these guys are very big, very intimidating people. And if one or more of the protesters or media people get out of line and happen to fall and injure themselves (maybe even seriously) well...

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