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post #1 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-21-2006, 06:05 AM Thread Starter
 
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War protestors at funerals

A american soldier was being laid to rest yesterday and i'll be damned if some dumb ass war protesters showed up at the cemetary and was starting crap ...The police finally escorted the group safely out of town...

Now if it would have been my relative that was being laid to rest i would have had a session of temporary insanity and shot,beat the no good bast**ds. The marine was killed in iraq and he deserves the respect of the people...

What would you do?
Should they be able to protest at funerals?

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post #2 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-21-2006, 07:16 AM
 
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I am not really for the war but, protesting at funerals is absolutely rude. I think I probably might have started shit with them.
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No shit. Have some respect people.



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The young marine was related to a woman my wife works with and she was furious about the protestors..
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If it was a military funeral then to bad all they had was blanks for the 21 gun salute...

If I was there then there definatly would have been more than one body going in that hole.



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If it was a military funeral then too bad all they had was blanks for the 21 gun salute...
They may have been blanks, but the look on the protesters' faces, as the guns were trained on them and fired, would have been priceless.


I think their actions were absolutely disgusting. There's a time and place for voicing your opinions.




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Totally wrong. Good gosh this was a funeral for not only a dead person & the attendance of his/her relatives & loved ones, but a soldier that died for the country's rights & freedom.
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post #8 of 42 (permalink) Old 01-21-2006, 12:29 PM
 
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Hi All-

Nothing is worse than having a smelly hippy arrive at a somber ceremony for a fallen military hero. These leftwingers can find someplace else to express their misguided opinions.

It isn't a peace sign, it's the footprint of the American Chicken they are carrying around.



Did I mention I don't like hippies or their combination of patchouli oil and body odor?

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the protesters where way out of line and need to held responcable for there action ( jail ) iam a retired army ssg and i dont argee with the war but protesting at a funeral is in no way aproipate.

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If it was a military funeral then to bad all they had was blanks for the 21 gun salute...

If I was there then there definatly would have been more than one body going in that hole.



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No, protestors bodies go to the local garbage dump as its only fit for trash.
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