View Full Version : now this, this should tick you off!

10-29-07, 11:20 AM

Schedules for upcoming pickets
Funeral of Army Spc. Michael Brown - at 9:15 a.m., Saturday, October 27th - at Ottawa University Chapel, 1001 Cedar, Ottawa, Kansas
Self-Dead State Trooper Sgt. Pride Rivers – at First Missionary Baptist Church, 899 Swallowtail Dr., Frederick, MD – Saturday, October 27th at 12:15 pm
Funeral for Army Spc. Wayne Geiger - at 10:15 a.m., Sat., October 27th - at Lone Pine High School, 528 South Main Street, Lone Pine, CA.

these peopl make me SOOOOO SICK! I am sure most of you have heard of them. They are right here in my area. Unfortunatley, ( maybe luckily) i have yet to personally run into any of them. just beging to be wiped from the face of the earth.:mad: :thumbdown :sick:

10-29-07, 11:33 AM
pictures from a soldiers funeral

10-29-07, 12:10 PM
by the way, that first link is to a version they do of the Marines Corps Hymnn

10-29-07, 12:24 PM
I saw a discussion on the news on how a fallen Marine's father is suing these bums for showing up at his sons funeral.
The guest, Judge Naplolitano, said that the Marine's father might not have a case becuase individual members of the milityary are considered public officials or soem such garbage and it is within those bum's rights to protest.
The double edge sword of freedom of speech.

If our elected officials and our courts had any decency and balls they would pass a law that would ban such sick displays from funerals. I really hope the Marine's father wins the case.

Stuff like this is frustrating and sickening.

10-29-07, 03:46 PM
they go to EVERYONES funeral that they can manage to get to. black white or otherwise, as far as I know. ( everyone who was a service meber who died in a combat zone, that is)

Phantom Blooper
10-29-07, 03:49 PM
Father of Marine Killed in Iraq Sues Church for Cheering Death

Thursday, October 25, 2007

BALTIMORE The father of a Marine killed in Iraq took the stand in his invasion of privacy suit against a fundamentalist church that pickets soldiers' funerals, saying protesters carrying signs at his son's burial made him sick to his stomach.
Albert Snyder said Wednesday he had hoped for a private funeral for his son, Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder.
"They turned this funeral into a media circus and they wanted to hurt my family," Snyder testified. "They wanted their message heard and they didn't care who they stepped over. My son should have been buried with dignity, not with a bunch of clowns outside."
Snyder is suing the Westboro Baptist church, whose members have picketed the funerals of military personnel killed in Iraq and Afghanistan, claiming the deaths are punishment for the country's tolerance of homosexuality. The York resident is seeking unspecified monetary damages in the case for invasion of privacy and intent to inflect emotional distress as a result of the Topeka, Kan., church's protest at his son's funeral in Westminster in March 2006.
The church's protests have inspired several state laws and a federal law about funeral protests, but the Maryland suit is believed to be the first filed by the family of a fallen serviceman.
Asked Wednesday about a sign that read "Thank God for dead soldiers," Snyder said he thinks about it daily.
"I see that sign when I lay in bed," Snyder said.
Asked about statements issued by the group that his son was raised to support the "Roman Catholic monstrosity" and then sent to fight for the "United States of Sodomy," Snyder said "they have no right to do this to people they didn't know."
During cross-examination, defense attorney Jonathan Katz focused on obituaries and death notices and questioned Snyder on whether they said the funeral services were private. Snyder replied that the notices said friends and family were welcome, but admitted that he did not know all of the 500 or so people who attended.
The case tests the limits of the First Amendment right to free speech.
U.S. District Richard Bennett instructed jurors at the start of testimony Tuesday that the First Amendment protection of free speech has limits, including vulgar, offensive and shocking statements. Bennett said the jurors must decide "whether the defendant's actions would be highly offensive to a reasonable person, whether they were extreme and outrageous, and whether these actions were so offensive and shocking as to not be entitled to First Amendment protection."
Church members said they are motivated by the fear of God and their need to warn America about its moral decay, rather than a desire to hurt anyone.
Katz told jurors Tuesday the protests took place 1,000 feet away from St. John Catholic Church, where the funeral was held, down a hill and out of sight and hearing from participants.
Snyder said American military personnel are in Iraq fighting for freedom of speech "they're not fighting for hate speech." One photo showing a child holding a sign at the funeral protest was particularly disturbing, the father said.
"I pray for their children. Their children need help. To be brought up with that kind of hatred," Snyder said.
"My God is loving God," Snyder said, adding later "I don't look for hatred in the Bible."
The church's founder and pastor, Fred Phelps, took the stand after Snyder and prompted a strong admonition from Bennett when the pastor said he had not considered whether children would see a sign carried by protesters with the words "Semper Fi Fags" and two stick figures that appear to be engaged in sodomy.
"No, it's an irrelevancy," Phelps said.
Bennett then interjected sharply.
"Just answer the question, sir. Don't determine what's relevant or not relevant. You just answer the question," Bennett said.
Phelps said he chose to use the term "fag" in the group's signs because it comes from scripture but could also have used Sodomite or dog. When asked by Katz why the group made a "Semper Fi Fags" sign, Phelps said it was in response to the need for a warning to the country "that your wicked ways are going to be your doom shortly."

10-29-07, 03:49 PM
I pray that maybe there little tour bus will blow up and they will all burn slowly.

Zulu 36
10-29-07, 03:54 PM
I pray that maybe there little tour bus will blow up and they will all burn slowly.

That would be quite ironic. And well deserved. The human gene pool will immediately become deeper.

10-29-07, 03:57 PM
here are these "christians" getting chased off from a funeral


10-29-07, 04:06 PM
how all thier kids grow up to be gay, just like old fred himself


at least there are good people out there taking a stand

10-29-07, 04:30 PM
When that window broke, I started laughing hysterically. I wish I was in that crowd, molotov cocktail right through the window sounds reallllyyyyy good...

here are these "christians" getting chased off from a funeral


10-29-07, 04:41 PM
If that nasty quiff was all i had to poke at for sex, being a fag might not seem all that bad. I'm glad my productive time on earth is not so dismal and mediocre that as a hobby i feel compelled to physically seek out strangers and feed off attention through hate and grief. Everyone dies, i wonder who may show up at the funeral to spite the carcus of their old milquetoast leader. We all know about payback and karma.


10-29-07, 05:00 PM
Where is the Patriot Guard? I thought the were supposed to be at these funerals. These people are unbelievable. It makes me sick. I' sure most people feel the same way.

Cyndy PMM Randy and Jerry:flag:

10-29-07, 05:55 PM
The Patriot Guard is at every funeral that they are invited to. Unlike these clowns, the PGR members are invited guests of the family and do everything possible to protect them from these kooks. Unfortunately, we are restricted to non-violent actions. That's a good thing, because the veterans that ride with us would tear their sh_t up.

10-29-07, 07:11 PM
oh i plan on going to ol Fre Phelps funeral. he is ill, and has been for some time. I plan on getting a bunch of people together when he dies, and going to the funeral and comeing up with some pretty god signs and the like. see how THEY like it.

10-29-07, 07:20 PM
HardJedi, Christians and God are not the problem. Phelps & Company are not a representation of people with Christian faith.

10-29-07, 07:31 PM
oh, i don't want to irritate anyone GSO, and I have too much repsect for you to point out exactly how much of a problem so many "christians" really are. Check ou any evangelical literature, or the documentary " Jesus Camp" for just a small sample.

Zulu 36
10-29-07, 07:34 PM
Every religion has it's extremists. Even that famous "Religion of Peace," Islam.

10-29-07, 07:36 PM
where is their church i want to **** on their front steps

10-29-07, 07:46 PM
where is their church i want to **** on their front steps
its in Topeka, KS

10-29-07, 08:02 PM
I also ride with the PGR. Phelps & his ilk are funded by law suits. Touch them at a funeral and they will sue your ass off for violating their rights to protest for $1,000,000.00. (He has many attorneys in his "church"). Then they will settle out of court for $100,000.00 or $10K, what ever. That is how their travels all over the country are funded. Several states have passed laws, including my TN, that say protesters must stay a minimum of 500 feet away from the funeral. Unfortunately, this also applys to the PGR, even though we are "invited guests". Most cities are wising up and forcing them to get permits ahead of time. Then once the permit states the times of their protests, the city fathers work with the families to reschedule the funeral. Lots of things can be done to assist the families, but those "pie holes" still show up and cause a lot of grief.

"Hats Off" to the PGR, however. The group does a great job under the circumstances to assist the families. We really are there to do nothing more than show "Honor and Respect" for our Fallen Heros. We only go where invited. To learn more and understand how we approach "all this", snoop around the PGR website. Hell, come join us. There is no cost to you except some time. You don't have to be a biker. Lots of folks come in cages (trucks/cars for the unknowing [ROTFLMAO]). Just a little word of warning, your eyes sure will sweat a lot.

Just wanna share this with you. I rode to Western Arkansas for the funeral of an Army Specialist. The UGs were there to show their arshes, but unknown to them there was a "Three Patch Club" from Little Rock also. Well, the "Club" was gonna take out the UGs, but the Ride Captain from the PGR pullled there leader aside and said, in so many words, "this is a PGR function, not a "Club" function, so let's do this our way". The leader of the "Club" agreed, but kept a very close eye on the UGs the rest of the day. BTW, the family was shielded from all of this and were never bothered by the UGs either. Mission accomplished.

10-29-07, 11:26 PM
That would be quite ironic. And well deserved. The human gene pool will immediately become deeper.

These people would better be used as those who make sure the IEDs work. I hope that the Father wins that case up in Maryland. :usmc:

I wonder what would happen if someone actually confronted these vermin?

10-29-07, 11:39 PM
They're just idiots that should be lined up and shot and their church burned to the ground. :mad:

10-30-07, 06:20 AM
I wonder what would happen if someone actually confronted these vermin?

as stated before, there are several lawyers in thier "church". they make almsot all thier money by suing people who confront them and they taunt them into making a physical confrontation:mad: :thumbdown

10-30-07, 09:02 AM
Marines are used to getting 'physical':usmc:

10-30-07, 09:45 AM
Chicken**** mother****ers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They looked like a bunch of scared chickens!!!!!!!!!!


10-30-07, 11:27 AM
They are a bunch of inbreeders; half are jackleg preachers of hate and the other half lawyers (as if there is a difference). The preachers should be beat to pulp with the lawyers! Problem contained and solved!
Saw their spokes "woman" on TV the other day-she looked like something out of "The Poltergeist"! YIKES!!!:sick:

10-30-07, 01:33 PM
LMAO! that would indeed help