Westboro Relishes Legal Fight as Md. Lawmakers Push Picketing Restrictions
The Supreme Court ruled March 2, 2011 for the First Amendment rights of the protesters from the Westboro Baptist Churc that demonstrate a military funerals.
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#1 Apr 16, 2011
What can one say about "these" people. Claiming to be Christains, while at the same time denegrating someones deceased relative. They are a contradiction to themselves. They lack the moral authority to "protest" for what they "believe" in.
They should be referred to as the unchristains. Finger pointers, always willing to point out someone else's shortcomings but never seeing their own.
They mirror some politicians who are now seeking attention for their presidential asperations. Newt Grinch comes to my mind. I'll never forget his wailing over President Clinton's tawdry affair with Monica Lewinsky. While at the same time, he was making time with one of his aides.
I was always told to watch what you say. Afterall, nothing is a secret anymore. Like my dad always said, "Two can keep a secret, only if one of them is dead."
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