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May 28, 2010

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justiceforall...?

"...private moments of private citizens..." in what, an area __open to the public__? Good luck.

If military funeral attendees are allowed such a right, why couldn't all public and federal employees also be allowed this right? For that matter, if politicians propose to write law keeping political or religious groups from protesting at a public burial, why can't I keep political organizations from knocking on the front door of my private residence? (--ie NO SOLICITATION sign doesn't apply to these groups because politicians redefined the word "solicitation" to exclude them, their churches, and their nonprofit causes)....

Exclusive rules are just that: exclusive and they don't apply broadly enough, but that doesn't keep politic hacks from trying to install scapegoat clauses

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