A group from (i think) Kansas came to protest at a soldiers funeral. They think all gays should be killed and that the military is wrong for the don't ask, don't tell on homosexuality. They were supposed to come and protest that, at a young man's funeral. He died in Iraq, I don't know the whole story, but just think about his family. It wasn't even against this guy personally, just the military. Why would they choose to do that at a funeral? I would think it's more reasonable to maybe do it... like outside of a military base or something.
They didn't show up but just them thinking about doing that disgusts me.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:49 PM on Aug. 4, 2009 in Religion & Beliefs
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Answer by NannyTracy at 11:58 PM on Aug. 4, 2009
They not only protest funerals, but they took there signs to elementary schools in Des Moines Iowa and protested screaming at children 5 years -preteen children because of gay marriage. These elementary school kids had nothing to do with it. And really trying to explain to these children why they are being told to go to hell and that god hates them. It takes a special king of sickness to think that it is ok.
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