I couldn’t help but think back to the visit his vile bunch of haters made to Delaware. Kristin Harty recalls the event in the Wilmington News-Journal today:
Demonstrators from Fred Phelps’ Westboro Baptist Church huddled together with their signs.Â “God Hates Fags,” “Fags Doom Nations,”
“Thank God for Dead Soldiers,” some of the signs read.
Then one of the demonstrators smiled and spit on the American flag.
Thankfully for the family of Cpl. Cory Palmer, the town of Seaford poured out into the streets to counter the Kansas group’s disgusting display. The town made sure the location of the protest was out of view from where friends and family paid their respects to Cory. A funeral for a fallen hero is surely a sad event, but thanks to many Seaford residents, it was also a proud day for Delaware as over a thousand folks stood up for their own.
Marine Corporal Cory Palmer, 21, died on May 6, 2006 at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Tex., from wounds received while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Anbar Province. One of Delaware’s own, and a true hero.
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Why did they start to focus on those who could no longer speak for themselves? Those who had Paid the Ultimate Price with their service and blood . Why have those sanctimonious, Biblical perverting, Cowardly mass of protoplasm’s disguised as human HOMO-sapiens focused on the brave men and women slain while providing a platform of freedom?
Oh you low life excuse for humanity. Defamation of the living will bring litigation, So you have chosen to ATTACK OUR DEAD HERO’S. Someone commented that, “Hatred is based on ignorance”. Dare I add, “The vine yards and the graveyards are full of ignorant folks, waiting their turn in HELL.”
The Sacred Sanctity of the Grave Site is the very last place to protest. Veterans world wide feel betrayed at such debauchery. Any morally upright human being would fear the wrath of the Creator if they knowingly DESECRATED a Funeral, the final resting place, and the grieving family.