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March 08, 2010

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Travis Brobst

I don't dispute anyone's right to protest the war or moral situation in editorials or other reasonable forums, but to do it at a private gathering is inappropriate and should not be allowed. Besides, what is the point of picketing a dead man. Talk to Congress or someone else who can actually make a change.

Malcolm W. Henley

I have no doubt, knowing myself to be the holder of the legal benefit of assumption, that the Founding Fathers of the United States and specifically Mr. James Madison ever had any intent to destroy the universal understanding of common decency.

Ernest Spoon

As disgusting as Fred Phelps and his Westboro Baptist cult followers message is it is important that their First Amendment rights be upheld.

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