Saturday, February 9, 2013

Westboro Baptist Hate Group desperate for attention

I got up to a sickening email from a friend giving me a heads up on Westboro haters planning on protesting the family of Chris Kyle so they can get attention. When you stop playing politically correct game of words, that is exactly what it boils down to.
Westboro Hate Group attacking Chris Kyle
GOD ALMIGHTY HAD NAVY SEALS SNIPER CHRIS KYLE IN HIS CROSS-HAIRS and EXECUTED PERFECT WRATH: USA rages over hypocrite Ron Paul speaking an unfavorable syllable about dead soldier idol Chris Kyle. Faux-christian Glenn Beck piles on with the ultimate insult, calling Paul a member of the Westboro Baptist Church. (Fat chance!)
Do they protest at the funerals against the men and women who died in service to this nation or do they stalk and protest the families? It isn't the fallen they go after. They are dead. The families however are still alive and during their grieving, they are attacked, forced to see their signs and hear their hatred. Amazing how the Supreme Court has chosen to say it is free speech but they never seem to be willing to notice these families are targeted and their rights have been taken from them.

Free speech does not come with a guarantee of an audience.

They crave attention and they haven't been getting much lately. People figured out a long time ago what these stalkers are all about. They go after the families of people in the news, usually members of the military. Yet they pick and choose which ones to attack.
Thank God for 6 more dead troops. We are praying for 6,000 more.
We will picket their funerals in their home towns in respectful and lawful proximity thereto.
Here is a Roster of the Damned:
“For there fell down many slain, because the war was of God.” 1 Chron. 5:22
We’ve turned America over to the fags;
They’re coming home in body bags.
PV2 Joshua J. Martin of Cottonwood Heights, UT
SPC Jordan Heer of Lakewood, WA
SSG Michael Paul Perez of Houston, TX
SPC Patrick S. Keuper of Santa Maria, CA
Capt. Gonzalo Garcia of Fort Bliss, TX
Pfc. Michael A. Gorman of Brookline, MA

The saying of "He who lives by the sword, dies by the sword." was not a punishment from God. It was frankly common sense since wars back then were fought by men with swords, face to face and most of them died. They were simply more likely to die in combat than live. Back then people also believed all illness was caused by sin and God's judgment they deserved to suffer.

Westboro haters have a right to say whatever they want and believe whatever they want. What they should never have the right to do is force anyone to pay attention to them. That is exactly what happens when families go to bury their dead and they are being stalked by this group.