When Free Speech Isn’t

Good little Christian soldiers?

The Westboro Baptist Church had their day in court and won. Now emboldened by the Supreme Court 8-1 decision upholding their protests and actions as free speech, they vow to quadruple their protests at military funerals. As much as I hate giving Westboro Baptist free license to continue their vile messages of hate, it’s nice to see the Supreme Court upholding the Constitution.

WBC hates the military, gays, Jews, the Academy Awards, and among many others -Elizabeth Edwards who after her son died, had in vitro fertilization!

Nor do I like to see some imbecile burn the Stars & Stripes, but that’s what makes America great. We have the right to say those things in the name of the First Amendment- okay, maybe except for Representative Peter King who took a lot of heat for holding the House hearings on the Radicalization of American Muslims last week. Certain members of his own committee, many Democrats, and liberals all over the place labeled him racist and showed utmost disrespect for those Muslim Americans who did come forward giving very compelling and moving testimony regarding their children who had been recruited and radicalized through Mosques in America.

Oh yes, there’s also that free speech case lingering in Detroit, Geller Vs. Detroit where the City of Detroit caved to Islamic pressure and refuses to run paid advertisements on city buses shown below. Apostates (those who leave Islam) are commanded to death in the Qur’an and the law of Islam recognizes no national borders. This ad is sorta like those giving refuge from domestic abuse, but so far the city of Detroit won’t allow them. What happened to free speech there?

Detroit has the largest Muslim population in the USA and refuses to run these ads

Aloha, Mikie

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One Response to When Free Speech Isn’t

  1. John Kerr says:

    Hi Mikie,
    Being a Kerr myself, it is nice to see one of my own sticking up for the Constitution and being a proud Patriot. I am President of the TEA Party Maui and have been active in libertarian causes for a few years. I am a Ron Paul Republican (not that I agree with him 100%, and believe that we need to return to a constitutional republic. Maybe we should start a group just for the Kerrs. Kerrs for the Constitution or the Constitutional Kerrs or something. There could be enough of us here in Hawaii. Do you know Ryan Kerr with the Maui TEA Party No Ka Oi? Very close friend but no relationship. I look forward to meeting you one of these days and I love your site!
    Aloha,
    We are all cousins in the fight
    John (Kerr)

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