ACLU: Stop Stopping Protests At Funerals

Why am I not surprised? I bet you aren’t, either:

The American Civil Liberties Union is challenging a Kentucky law aimed at preventing protests from disrupting funerals for soldiers killed in Iraq.

Members of a Kansas Baptist church have protested at military funerals, claiming soldiers’ deaths are a sign that God is punishing America for tolerating homosexuality.

The new law, signed by Kentucky Gov. Ernie Fletcher in March, bans protests within 300 feet of memorial services, wakes and burials. Violators can be charged with first-degree disorderly conduct, punishable by up to a year in jail.

It’s a shame that a law had to be passed in the first place. Perhaps if the ACLU spent more time teaching Liberals how to show respect for others, Kentucky wouldn’t have needed the law. But, there are, to put it bluntly, assholes in the world, most of whom seem to come from the Left as of late. So a law was needed to keep said assholes from interrupting people as they bury their friends and loved ones.

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2 Responses to “ACLU: Stop Stopping Protests At Funerals”

  1. Chief RZ says:

    Did the ACLU defend those protesting the baby killing at “abortion clinics”?

  2. William Teach says:

    Nyet. That would make sense.

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