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Father of slain Marine sues church.

Posted by Rob Longenecker on October 26th, 2007

Have you seen this story? It’s one more in a series of abuses of the families of slain servicemen by members of The Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka Kansas.

I heard a radio interview some time ago where a nationally known talk show host allowed two church members to spew their hatred in exchange for not picketing a fallen soldier’s funeral.

You have to ask yourself what kind of person is attracted to this point of view? In my experience, people who are the most judgemental often hate themselves, but don’t want to look within. In any case, I hope the courts can keep these nuts at a safe distance from the memorials services of our fallen servicemen and women.

It’s a shame that grieving families have to put up with this abuse.

Note: this church thinks that the biggest lie ever told is that “God loves everyone.”  Do you really think God makes exceptions?

When someone says that they’re saved and someone else is not, it’s time to do an about face and walk away.

4 Responses to “Father of slain Marine sues church.”

  1. Joon Orione-Kim Says:

    Good for him!

    He also won a settlement in the sum of $11 million dollars or so, the other day. They say this is the first suit brought to court by a family member fighting against these retarded invasions of privacy. The baptist church states that they will appeal and are sure the ruling will be overturned, RIGHT! Good luck with that you ridiculously misguided fools!

  2. Tecumseh Says:

    They are Christians doing what Christians should be doing. And this asshole sued them for using their first amendment rights. Hopefully he loses the suit as it is wrong to stop others from exercising thier rights.

  3. Rob Longenecker Says:

    Tecumseh,
    The Westboro Baptist Church members are over the line. Do you agree with their assertion that it’s a lie that “God loves everyone?”

    These church members have a commitment to be right and make others wrong. It’s who they’re being. It has a huge cost. The families of fallen soldiers have every right to seek legal redress.

  4. Tecumseh Says:

    I dont believe in God. However I know they represent Christians as a whole for many people. As long as they are not disturbing the private business of the funeral home, they can protest all they want. However if they do it in a public place near the funeral, why would anyone want to stop people from exercising their rights?

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