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Thursday, May 25, 2006


At least it will be more difficult for the Fred Phelps gang to be assholes in public.

I really don't know what to think of this. One one hand, I would take pleasure in seeing this guy burn in hell. But, on the other, it's technically free speech. I'm glad to see it banned, but I also can't say 100% that it's right.
Some may find this surprising, but I agree with Hazmat's assessment here. I kinda wonder if some creative policing (local noise ordinances, demonstration permits, etc...) wouldn't be more in order vs. a 1st amendment battle. It IS free speech unfortunately in this case.

I apologize ahead of time for saying this, but it's just the way I'm built;
It would sure feel good landing a good one on this guys jaw. Just one...
The argument could be made that, since it's federal property, they can decide what can and can't take place.
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