The Westboro Baptist Church And The Funerals Of 19 Arizona Firefighters

The infamous Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kansas, consisting of about 50 people, mostly family members, who have picketed funerals of Iraq and Afghanistan War soldiers, is now threatening to picket the funerals of the 19 courageous Arizona firefighters killed this week in the worst loss of firefighters since September 11, 2001.

That despicable church has used their sick, hateful tactic to protest the reality of homosexuality, arguing that war losses and deaths of firefighters is all due to God visiting his wrath on America for accepting the existence of gay men and women.

The Supreme Court a few years ago ruled that what the Westboro Baptist Church does is freedom of speech and assembly, but that such demonstrations must be far enough away so as not interfere with such somber events.

But this kind of conduct, while it might be legal, is reprehensible, and makes one say: “Enough is enough!”, and will hopefully lead to a strong counter demonstration that will shout down any awareness of the fact that these sick people are even present anywhere near the respect that is due to those courageous firefighters, as much as war veterans killed in combat!

4 comments on “The Westboro Baptist Church And The Funerals Of 19 Arizona Firefighters

  1. Engineer Of Knowledge July 6, 2013 9:46 am

    Professor, I have a childhood friend who he and I joined the Navy at the same time. He also today enjoys riding motorcycles. On one of the Westboro Baptist Church’s protests, he and some other Vets joined together to make sure those extreme nut jobs did not interfere with a local Maryland’s war vets funeral.

    There is NOTHING Christian about this church’s followers and their despicable actions.

  2. Juan Domingo Peron July 6, 2013 5:30 pm

    These malignant Westboro loons should be…….. (fill in the blank). Well said, Enough is enough.

  3. Princess Leia July 6, 2013 8:01 pm

    Well said Professor!

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