This webpage is not about the Radical-Left; but
the Radical-Right. It is not about politics, the story is about disgracing all of America.
When are State and Federal Politicians and Officials going to
stop this disgrace from continuing. If a family member or friend died while he or she was serving the United States
Military and this group did the same, how would it make you feel?
Please write and call your politicians and government officials
and have them pass the necessary laws to prevent these disgraces to all America from continuing. Allowing this
crap to continue is just as bad as the crime itself!
America has civilians guarding our southern border now. Does
America need civilians guarding our cemeteries too? I hope not. A military funeral should be a place of honor
and respect; it should not be a place of continued war...
Home Of Soldier Who Died In Iraq Egged; Relatives Get Calls
(KOKOMO, Ind.) -- Police posted an around-the-clock security
watch at the home of an Indiana soldier killed last week in Iraq after it was vandalized and his family received disturbing
The home of Sgt. Rickey Jones was egged Saturday, three days after Jones' family
learned the 21-year-old and three other soldiers had been killed by a roadside bomb north of Baghdad. His family also received
phone calls in which the caller said: "I'm glad your son is dead."
Now, Jones' relatives and police are bracing for the possibility that a Topeka,
Kan.-based group will protest at his funeral Monday.
Members of the Westboro Baptist Church have protested at military funerals across
the nation, including shouting insults at soldiers' surviving relatives and holding signs that read "God Made IEDs" --
a reference to roadside bombs.
The group claims American soldiers are dying in Iraq due to divine intervention
because the United States harbors homosexuals.
The Westboro protesters, however, could face new restrictions at Jones' funeral
if Gov. Mitch Daniels signs a bill this week that would make disorderly conduct at a funeral a felony and keep protesters
at least 500 feet from a gravesite.
That bill, which won final approval Tuesday from the Indiana House, would take
effect immediately after being signed by Daniels. The governor's press secretary, Jane Jankowski, said Daniels would sign
the bill as soon as it arrives on his desk.
"We're trying to get this family some closure, and not have to deal with these
stupid signs," state Rep. John Smith, R-Kokomo, said Tuesday.
State Sen. Brent Steele, who authored the legislation, said the bill doesn't go
as far as some states' attempts to hold back protests by the Westboro group.
"I went as far as I thought I could and still have a constitutional bill," said
Mark Potok, a spokesman for the Southern Poverty Law Center, said it's still an
open question whether some of the new laws restricting picketing are entirely constitutional.
He said his civil rights organization has listed the Westboro Baptist Church as
a hate group for years. The minister who leads the group advocates making homosexuality a capital offense.
Patriot Guard Riders Mission Statement
The Patriot Guard Riders is a diverse amalgamation of riders from across the nation. We have one
thing in common besides motorcycles. We have an unwavering respect for those who risk their very lives for America’s
freedom and security. If you share this respect, please join us.
We don’t care what you ride,
what your political views are, or whether you’re a "hawk" or a "dove". It is not a requirement that you be a veteran.
It doesn't matter where you’re from or what your income is. You don’t even have to ride. The only prerequisite
Our main mission is to attend the funeral services of fallen American heroes as
invited guests of the family. Each mission we undertake has two basic objectives.
1. Show our sincere respect for our fallen heroes, their families, and their communities.
the mourning family and friends from interruptions created by any protestor or group of protestors.
accomplish the latter through strictly legal and non-violent means. http://patriotguard.org/
Families Seek Legislative Remedies From Funeral Protesters
In a message headlined "Storm the White House" that appears on
the UPJ web site, the group "Political Cooperative" is urging its members: email@example.com
"TAKE THE WHITE HOUSE BY STORM," Stop Genocide, Torture and Occupation."
The message goes on to explain:
"We will not allow the Slave Holders that Still Prevail in this Country
to Rule us any longer . . . The Administration is Criminal and if they will not step down, we must storm in, show them how
many of us do not accept a criminal government."
The Political Cooperative goes so far as to announce its plans to install
an interim government after the Bush administration is toppled:
"The Political Cooperative will put a new, temporary government in place
that is comprised of people from Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and all the organizations that have finally made
us aware of the truth of the savage practices and illegal policies of our government in assassinating our own officials as
well as people throughout the world who oppose their criminal activity."
Bush-bashing filmmaker Michael Moore apparently endorses the coup
plan, linking to the "Storm the White House" message on his web site. http://www.michaelmoore.com/
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