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Brandon Mississippi rules!

Discussion in 'The Soapbox' started by jpalmer, Apr 21, 2011.

  1. jpalmer

    jpalmer New Recruit

    Mar 26, 2008
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    I just heard about this on the radio. Its about time somebody handles the Westboro Baptist church!

    "Article Below"

    " Congratulations to Brandon Mississippi and all the people who saluted Staff Sgt Jason Rogers, a Marine at his funeral. The Westboro Baptist Church out of Topeka Kansas was going to protest at SSgt Rogers funeral but the Mississippians took care of that. Apparently a few days before the funeral a member of the Westboro Baptist Church was at a Brandon gas station running his mouth. He got his *** kicked. Despite a large crowd in the area no one remembers seeing anything.

    On the day of the funeral Rankin County pickup trucks parked directly behind any Kansas licensed cars in the motels. Mysteriously the drivers disappeared until after the funeral was over. Some of the Kansas drivers called the Police but sadly all the wreckers in town were busy so that the pickups couldn't be towed.

    A few of the Westboro Baptist Church members made it to the funeral but were ushered away for questioning about a crime they might have been involved with. They were questioned for a couple of hours and let go.

    There is a video shot from the camera in a police car of the people along the funeral route. There are literally thousands of people with their hands over their hearts, American flags, firemen, flags on hook n ladders saluting SSG Rogers. A fitting tribute to a fallen Marine. Semper Fi

    I bet the Westboro Baptist Church doesn't come back to Mississippi for anymore military funerals. This is the way to handle these renegades. I would love for any truckers on the road if they see any Westboro Baptist Church vans to give them all the courtesies they deserve. A four way block in would be a way to safely escort them down the highway.

    Maybe it is time for people to show up in Topeka Kansas and give this group a taste of their own medicine. "

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