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Firth v. Westboro Baptists

Australian reporter Charles Firth takes on protesters from the Kansas-based Westboro Baptist Church in Greensboro, North Carolina. (4:00)


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Comments (2)

U.P. Man:

Lee,

You should put NSFW label on that.

What is your point of borrowing another persons video ?

Is there a point you are trying to make?
Are you saying all religious people are like Phelps ?
Last I heard Phelps is a registered Democrat ? Does that mean all Democrats agree with him ?

I guess what I am asking is why I are posting this and not have commentary on it?

civil behavior:

OH MY GOD.....if there really is such a thing can it be possible that there are groups headed by Phelps and his Baptist church that exist to claim they are preaching his ministry?

I lived in the Outer Banks for a year and can testify that there are some defininite idiots that abound in the area and find the same down here in the South Florida region too. The conservative redneck, Dixie loving persona is alive and well.

Too much religion and bible thumping seems to destroy some of the more important brain cells.

No wonder the Australians and a great deal of the rest of the world is beginning to have grave doubts about the stability of the US.


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