Tuesday, April 19, 2011

BRANDON, MISSISSIPPI HANDLES WESTBORO BAPTIST CHURCH AT MARINES FUNERAL.

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 ass 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.

87 comments:

  1. As a Mississippi native I was really touched when I read about this earlier today. A friend who lives in Brandon said he'd been invited to ride with the Patriot Riders at the funeral but work obligations kept him away.

    The Westboro folks can scream all they want about how Brandon's residents kept them from exercising their First Amendment rights, but they were seen as invaders with an agenda out of keeping with what the people of Brandon felt was appropriate speech.

    So Westboro Baptist got stonewalled. I'm just proud of the people of Mississippi for taking action when it needed to be taken. The funeral was a fitting tribute to SSGT. Rogers, and while nothing can replace him, at least the world knows that he was valued and respected.

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  2. IT MAKES ME PROUD OF THE STATE OF MISSIPPI.IN THAT THEY HAVE SHOWN THEIR SUPPORT FOR OUR FALLEN IN SPITE OF THE SUPREME COURT. THE PEOPLE OF RANKIN CO.HAVE SHOWN THAT RESPECT FOR THE FAMILY OF FALLEN SOLDIERS AND STILL HOLD THOSE AT BEY WHO WOULD SMEAR THE FUNERALS OF OUR DEAD. GOD BLESS THOSE WHO AIDED IN THIS TASK. B.T.,KANSAS CITY,MO

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  3. LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS! IT WAS ALL OVER FACEBOOK TO STOP THESE PPL....LOL! I AM SO PROUD THEY DID....SADLY I COULD NOT MAKE IT...BUT I HAVE FRIENDS WHO DID....I LIVE IN PEARL, MS...JUST SO YOU KNOW YOUR BLOG IS BEING SPREAD ON FB TOO... =)

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  4. makes me proud to be from mississippi we take care of our own! if those idiots ever come back others should follow suit

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  5. Having been born in Greenwood MS I am proud of the folks of Mississippi too for taking charge from the Whitesboro Baptist Church. The Supreme Court of the United States doesn't respect the military but the people of Mississippi sure do. Good Job.

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  6. I am proud of the town's clever and loyal reaction to the interlopers' hateful plans.

    GOOD ON YA1111

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  7. I am very proud to be from Mississipi but I am ashamed these Westboro people call themselves Baptist. What branch of the Baptist church are they???? No branch I've ever heard of. Rediculous !!!

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  8. Brandon Miss . Real Americans to put a stop to this BS .

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  9. A Texan says Well done"!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We had to deal with here a while back,, and wish we had done the same.. !! They need to stay home!!!! No one wants this hate!!!!!!!! They are truly hypocrits!

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  10. Also some of them tried to call Taxi drivers, but apparently all of the cabs were busy for a few hours :)

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  11. Yeah Mississippi.What on earth is Kansas doing stirring up disrespect here?
    I dont think the right to freedom of speech was meant to disrespect honorable men.
    I like the idea of people paying them a visit.
    True Southern Baptists dont act like that.

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  12. I just want to SHOUT my support for any and all the citizens of Brandon, Mississippi. As the widow of a Fallen Hero (SFC Bryant A. Herlem, KIA Baghdad Iraq 28APR2006), it has been frustrating to see how the gov't has chosen to overlook true American values and not protect our Fallen Heroes even though these men and women died protecting them. Today not only am I a proud American, I am a very proud Southerner! We take care of our own!

    LaNita Herlem

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  13. I was honored to participate as a rider in the escort. As one of the more than 500 bikes that rode, I was humbled by the crowd of patriotic Mississippians who lined the streets and roads most of the way from the funeral home to the Pine Lake Church. It made me sad but proud of the fine young man who made the ultimate sacrifice for his God and country. May God bless the law enforcement who made this an honorable event for the family of Jason. God Bless America and the State of Mississippi !!! David Garrick

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  14. Thank you to the whole community for helping shield the family from these monsters.As an Army wife nothing is worse then having to deal with these crazy people on a day you lay your loved one to rest- Thank you so much! RIP SSG Rodgers may you not be forgotten.

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  15. To be sure, these 'protesters' can exercise their rights anywhere that they like, and I fully encourage them to do so. I also have no problem catching an assault charge when I kick their asses in any time that I see them. Might equals right sometimes, and this is one of those times.

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  16. As a veteran of the USAF for 20 years, I wholeheartedly thank the people of Brandon, Ms for the actions they took against these pieces of $hit. I hope everyone in the USA follows their example of standing up to crap like this.
    and maybe giving all of these protestors a "bloody nose" if they show their faces anywhere. Most people I know would not see a thing.

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  17. This is the way you handle bullies, which is what these unchained idjits are...

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  18. Outstanding way to handle these idiots. Simple as that

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  19. From an Upstate NYer, go Brandon, Mississippi! What a touching story about a town banding together to show respect to an American hero, while simultaniously preventing a message of hate and media-seeking lunacy. I love how your town supported each other in comfort, grief for a fallen loved one, and making sure those idiots were unable to make a difficult, tragic situation into something worse. My hat is off to you all, and my heart goes out to the Marine's family.

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  20. I heard about this on a talk show this spring in Dallas Texas and all I did was laugh my ass to work. Good for the people in branding Mississippi. It's luck thats all happen to this damn fools

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  21. I have lived in miss 40 years now although don't hail from here, I love it here. I am proud to make it my home. Don't mess with Mississippi. They deserve what they get.

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  22. My son is a former Iraq and Afghanistan Marine Corps veteran. He is out now and doing fine.
    But I can't imagine loosing a son and putting up with those idiots. Thank you Mississippi you are true patriots. You have set the bar for future events. I just hope other communities do the same. Semper- Fi Harry C.
    Illinois

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  23. Why haven't those folks been arrested for inciting a riot? After they burned th Quran several people were killed in Afghanistanby rioters. I'm all for free speech, but there are well known limits. Brandon MS shouldn't have to use these kind of tacics, when there are legal alternatives.

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  24. Love this article.. i think everyone should take a lesson from this and treat these people with true southern hospitality when they come to your town!!
    Devon Davis
    Loving Widow of Sgt David A. Davis
    KIA 09-19-09

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  25. i got really teary eyed. amazing

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  26. Excellent.

    Makes me proud to be a natural born Mississippian. And I will proudly show my birth certificate to anyone who questions it.

    Amazing that it takes, dare I say, "hicks" from the poorest state in the union to show the other states how it's done. You can just sit back and let people run over you. Or, you can do something about it.

    We may be poor and overlooked. But we ain't stupid.

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  27. Don't these pinheads realize that it is the service and sacrifice of the men and women of our military, from pre-1776 through today, that allows them to do what they are doing.

    Freedom has a price. That price is very expensive. The cost of Freedom is paid for with the lives of those who deserve it more than those they left behind.

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  28. Totally awesome. Every town those wack jobs want to visit with their nasty "protests" now has a play book. Brandon MS has set the bar. Way to go! God bless all the soldiers who sacrafice for our freedom.

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  29. Well, Toto, I guess they were not in Kansas anymore ... well done, Brandon.

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  30. I've been fighting these rumors since Saturday. No WBC members came to Mississippi, none were beaten up, blocked in the hotel, or arrested. Rumors say there were 4,6, and 20 arrested at locations including the funeral home, church, cemetary, and Taco Bell (they can't keep the hoax straight). WBC denied it on Twitter Saturday when asked, and if it were true, we would never hear the end of their loud mouths or legal action (many are lawyers). But, everyone's got their minds made up, don't confuse them with the facts. I just wish Roy or Don would admit this isn't from the news, it was taken from a website, which originally was posted anonymously on a sports blog.

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    1. Really... I was there.. My truck was there... You were not!!!

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  31. A very sincere 'THANK YOU' to the citizens of Brandon Mississippi!! How dare these idiots attempt to protest at the funeral of a solidier--a man that gave his life for our many rights as US citizens. I have always been proud to be a Mississippian, but I am extremely proud now!! My Love, Thoughts, and Prayers go out to Staff Sgt. Rogers' family!!
    Brenda Smith
    Wife of Larry Smith--US Vietnam Veteran

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  32. Great job Mississippi :IT REALY MAKES MY BLOOD RUN RED WHEN I HEAR OR DEAL WITH PPL LIKE THEM @$$%@&* our friends,sons,daughters,mom and dads of this free country are over there giving their lives and fighting day and night to keep us free and safe!!! So these DUMB @$$ ppl can drive around all over the USA and disrespect the families of a fallen soldier!!may god have mercy on their soles. I am a PGR rider and fly the red the wight and the blue high behind my roadking anytime one of our fallin come home!!! U can bet ur ass I will untill every one of my heros comes home!! GOD BLESS EVERYONE OF YOU SOLDGERS AND THANK YOU FROM me and my son!!! Ronny Perry

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  33. To the fellow who says no Whiteboro Baptist Church folks were in Brandon MS. I just know what I find out thru research and thru information from local sources. I wasn't there so I can't tell you anymore. I can tell you that the story is a blueprint of how to treat the WBC when they show up in other people's towns. Maybe the WBC which apparently this guy is hooked up with will find out that people are tired of their crap and are not going to take it anymore. So they should crawl back in the holes under the rocks from which they came and not be caught in the sunshine or things could happen.

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  34. It is a cause for concern when law enforcement must become in any way involved in determining when and how the American people shall exercise free speech. It is the most important right we possess.

    However, I applaud the citizens of Brandon and surroundings for their peaceful but unequivocal handling of the Westboro Church congregation. And I predict that there will be copycat towns, if the Westboros go on with their wrongheadedness.

    Thishyear is so suth'n yew kin almos' tas'e it! Oughta be a Dukes of Hazzard episode.

    Bill Homans
    Clarksdale, Mississippi
    USA RVN 1969-70

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  35. I live here, Don. This is a hoax. It never happened. I wish it had but it did not. None of this is true. Westboro wasn't even here.

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  36. Fake. Woulda been nice, but didn't happen.

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  37. To those who said this was fake check the Rankin County News April 14, 2011. They say it happened and no the protestors did not disrupt the funeral but only because of the action of Brandon folks. I have some people claiming to live there that say it is fake and other claiming to live there that says it happened. I have been writing about the Whitesboro Baptist Church for some time and their protests of other military funerals all over the country so this fits their MO. Believe what you will.

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  38. It is a sad day in America when we trample people's rights to honor those who protect our rights.

    I do not in any way agree with WBC or their pathetic messages of hate. I think everyone should simply ignore them, much as we ignore other crazy people. For some reason WBC has become famous, and their fame feeds on itself. However, I do advocate for their right to free speech and their ability to protest anything they wish to protest, within the confines of the law. SSgt Rogers died defending the Constitution which grants WBC the right to picket and protest at his funeral. I think we should have honored his sacrifice.

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  39. We would love to welcome back the faithful Westboro members to the great state of Mississippi and watch them leave with another ass whooping! T

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  40. As a Marine wife-I am amazed :) Great Job to all that helped with relocating the WBC. they are ridiculous and need to be stopped!! What they do should be illegal.

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  41. As a retired Army veteran and son of a veteran Marine, I APPLAUD the folks in Brandon, Mississippi for their decisive and creative solution for dealing with a group of the lowest scum on Earth. Ooo-rah Brandon and Semper Fi SSgt Rogers.

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  42. Im a fellow Mississippian and a military veteran myself and also a trucker! Let me see what I can do to fix them buncha fools in kansas!

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  43. *AWESOME*...*TOTALLY AWESOME* Whether this happened or not it is a *BLUEPRINT* to how to deal with WBC. I, for one, would like to believe a community came together to support the family of one of our honored dead in their time of need. Not sure about the ass kicking (no matter how *WELL* deserved) however blocking their access and *REFUSING* services. *BRILLIANT* just *BRILLIANT* Brandon, MS you guys *F*CKING ROCK!* in my book.

    To the wives of the brave men who cashed a blank check with their lives...my heart goes out to you. Know that this citizen can only offer his humble *THANK YOU* to your loved one. He paid the *ULTIMATE* price one day. *YOU* pay the price *EVERY* day. Please know that you are in my thoughts and in my prayers.

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  44. April 14th was two days before the funeral.

    I was part of the Partiot Guard Riders, but I have to say the post is Urban myth.

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  45. Several of us browsing the message boards posting this story are police officers in the Rankin County area and we would know if any of this actually happened.
    While it makes for a nice story, nobody in this county ever laid eyes on a Westboro protester. I'm sure they would have acted stupid if they had shown up, and I'm sure our local folks would have shut them down somehow. But, the truth is that this story is a work of fiction, and keeps growing every time someone re-posts it and adds their own wishful thinking.
    The fact that there are dozens of internet sites spreading these rumors is giving the Westboro folks lots of free publicity they didn't earn though... sigh.

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  46. Thank you and amen to good people! Being in the military AND from Mississippi (and for fairness and common sense), God bless those that act out in every way within their power to stop those that abuse their own power.

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  47. Mississippi is my father's home state, never knew much about the state, "couldn't even spell it" as they say but I know all i need to about the people of Mississippi now :)
    God Bless you all,
    Semper Fidelis!

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  48. Some good friends invited me to ride with and eventually join the Patriot Guard Riders about a year and a half ago. While I don't get to attend the escorts as often as I would like, I am always HONORED to be part of a group that shows its respect and admiration to our countries Servicemen & women.

    As a PGR rider, we are supposed to stand tall and silent in respect of the solider and his family, but I'm sure I am not the only one who would like to do what these folks in Brandon, MI did. Great Job people in Brandon!!!

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  49. @Dan The April 14 Rankin County News? That was the same day that the Marine's body arrived on a plane and was escorted to the funeral home. For the reporter to discuss a protest before the body arrived, he must be clairvoyant.

    I get the Rankin County News, I was on the escort from the Funeral Home to the Church. There were no protesters.

    April 16 on Twitter, Knolaust asked 3 WBC membes if any of them were arrested in Mississippi. All 3 said no (JaelPhelps, MeganPhelps, and MargiePhelps). These are attention hogs and lawyers. If they had been arrested, they would shout and sue. The whole WBC bunch were twittering all weekend, and the Rankin County Jail does not offer internet access to inmates.

    One can look up proof at Twitter.com. What proof is there of WBC's arrest or beating? Facebook and articles like this one which is based on an anonymous posting on an Ole Miss message board. http://nafoom.yuku.com/topic/39495/This-will-bring-a-tear-to-your-eye

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  50. Had I known this was taking place I would have driven from Memphis to pay tribute to this fallen American Hero. And also stifle the plans of these degenerate pigs!
    Sammy in Memphis

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  51. For those who don't understand the 1st amendment...it protects you from your government imposing laws which restrict you. It does not in any way prevent or restrict the way your fellow citizens deal with you. Westboro members have every right to act stupidly, and individual citizens in every town across the country have the right to treat them like the idiots they are. Westboro stupidity, according to the Constitution, has to be tolerated by the government.

    It does not have to be accepted and tolerated by individual citizens.

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  52. Those so-called Baptists can't be true Christians! They must be Muslims in disguise.
    Wonder who finances them? One good thing is that they wasted their money on travel, meals and motel rooms.

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  53. I am from Kansas, but I am a vet's daughter and wife and a patriot. Not all Kansans act like those protestors from Topeka! In fact, we had a young soldier that was buried here and the protestors threatened to come here. The Patriot Guard came to our town and surrounded the church building where the funeral was being held and then went out and surrounded where he was being buried. Those guys are to be commended for the job they do--God Bless Them. And don't condemn all Kansans along with those people! God bless the USA and the service people who serve her and their families!

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  54. becky from MontanaApril 23, 2011 at 3:35 PM

    bcky said...
    My Son served our Country for 12 years - I am VERY proud of him, Thank God he's home and safe. It breaks my heart every time I hear of the ill repute these "good christian people" serve up to a family in pain. The Christians I know bring food, hugs, prayers, flowers, sympathy, and loving support. I think I'll pray to the God these people serve - hes forgiving and full of love.

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  55. IM from KS, Proud of You MISSISSIPPI FOLKS.

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  56. Don said...
    "To the fellow who says no Whiteboro Baptist Church folks were in Brandon MS. I just know what I find out thru research and thru information from local sources."

    I am a local source. This did not happen. The post above from a local Patriot Rider is a local source. He said it did not happen. A Brandon police officer on a police message board is a local source. He says it didn't happen. I work in emergency response and have 911 lines coming into my building. Half our staff are ex-local cops and firefighters. They say it didn't happen.

    I subscribe to Rankin County News. There is nothing in there or the Clarion Ledger about any of this although the funeral is covered extensively.

    IT IS A HOAX.

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  57. I grew up in Dodge City Kansas, and everyone knows the history there. We don't support or put up with that crap in the southwest part of the same state either. Those jokers at Westboro are universally disliked! They just hide behind Baptists. I know plenty of Baptists in the south and central US that are light years ahead and dont pull anything those ding-bats at WBC do for publicity!

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  58. Don't mess with MISSISSIPPI! <3 I am so happy to see that those hateful people at Westboro Baptist Church are finally getting what they deserve. God is GOOD!

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  59. Let this be an example of the way to step up and stand up for what we believe...with an 'almost' non-violent approach to stopping this awful group of people.

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  60. My brother, proudly served in the United States Marine Corp. Thankfully, he came home to us. But many of his fellow Marines have given their lives for our freedom, that so many take for granted. I am appalled that Americans choose to use their freedom, that all these many men and women of all the branches, to protest. No one likes war, but unfortunately it is a reality of this world. I, personally, want to thank the many, many military soldiers, and their families, for paying the ultimate price for the freedom. Instead of all those people in Kansas protesting, they should be thanking the soldiers and their families for allowing them to have their freedom. GOD BLESS AMERICA and THE MILITARY!!!
    Joy from Arizona

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  61. I grew up very close to Topeka, KS where these idiots are from. Congratulations!!! Glad to hear that the good people of Brandon pulled together for a peaceful blockade. The A$$-Whuppin' was a nice touch though!
    Semper Fi SSGT Rogers

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  62. My brother, proudly served in the United States Marine Corps. My nephew is now serving in the Corp also. I am so grateful to them and all the many, many men and women that leave their families and loved ones behind and go to places in the world that are so dangerous and volatile. Thanks to them, most of the worlds turmoil stays out of the wonderful country, we Americans, call home. Instead of the Westboro Baptist Church protesting to soldiers putting their lives on the line for their freedom, they should be going to the funerals of the fallen soldiers and thanking their widows, mothers and family members that lost them, for their sacrifice. I am proud of the Mississippi people for the response they gave the Kansas Westboro Baptist Church. GOD BLESS AMERICA AND THE FAMILIES THAT LOST THEIR LOVED ONES.

    Joy, Arizona, USA

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  63. As a Kansan who is thourghly embarassed and ashamed of the publicity and harm that Westboro has done, I applaude the you. I do not condone this kind of tactic, howevere, there are times when it just feels right. Thank you Brandon Mississippi

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  64. Awesome! That is how a town and country stick together and pay respect to a fallen soldier, a fellow American, a Hero. The people of Westboro apparently haven't read their bible as they are judging people when that is God's place to do so. But, having said that, I sure wish I was a fly on the wall when their "day" comes to be judged and God gives them HIS answer.
    As a former USMC wife and mother of a son considering the USMC...I dare those SOBs to come to my town and do that to one of OUR OWN! Kudos and bravo to Mississippi and may every town start doing this!!!!!

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  65. Absolutely the coolest thing I have read in a long time.

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  66. Also to whoever said to check the April 14 issue of the RCN, there was no April 14 issue. RCN is published weekly. There was an issue on April 13 and April 20.

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  67. It's good to know that patriotism is alive and well in the USA..I salute Brandon Mississippi and all the people involved with the security of a fallen comrade's funeral.May he rest in peace..All gave some "SOME GAVE ALL "
    Sgt.Alfred Gates
    Vietnam Veteran

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  68. I really hope that these Westboro people will be shunned similarly from as many funerals as possible in the future. I know that if I am killed in action, I would want a funeral like this. This was a great remembrance of a great soldier.

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  69. fyi: people in topeka have tried to give them a taste of their own medicine. the folks of westboro know every law on public speech, trespassing, and the like. violence towards them will just bring the people involved a shit storm of lawsuits and harrassment. topkea has learned to ignore them and that's the best way to deal with them.
    (but as a native kansan, i've got to say the parking behind cars with kansas plates was priceless. thanks for sharing this.)

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

    Yepp.

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  71. It has been interesting reading the comments. I wasn't there so I don't know if the Westboro church showed up or not. I really don't care the response I see shows that Americans as a whole think this is a dispicable group. I think other towns will come up with creative
    ways to take care of this church if they show up in their town. I hope the Westboro Baptist Church is reading the comments and understand that most people in this country consider them pond scum. If they keep this up someone is definitely going to get their butts kicked and it may happen more than once. I suggest they climb back in their holes and return to Hell.

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  72. Mississippi ROCKS!

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  73. Mississippi..YOU ROCK!!! I laughed so hard when I read about this. If the government cannot stop them, Americans will. You have set a wonderful example for all of us.

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  74. Mississippi is leading by example! Where is the rest of America? The Liberal MINORITY in the form of courts and politicians who abuse their mandates have taken away the American Way....in this instance at least Mississippians took it back! Social action can have an effect for conservatives to. Brandon has shown America how a new kind of Social Action and a new set of Social Organizers can work for the ACTUAL common good!

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  75. Awesome! Those idiots came to Joplin and one of them got their ass kicked there as well!

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  76. Damn proud as a military brat and a former Mississippi resident! Kick their asses right down to hell where they belong!

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  77. To the FOLKS OF MISSISSIPPI I THANK YOU
    I am a MOTHER of a UNITED STATES SOLDIER! WBC may have their rights , but so do WE! WE as a NATION need to STAND UP and say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. the Fallen Heroes died for OUR Freedoms who will stand for them? the PGR stands for them but who else will take the stand?? I ask America our children are dying everyday will you take the stand for them??? Again thank you to the PGR and to the Folks Of Mississippi from the bottom of my heart

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  78. This is long after the article was published, but as a man who has lived in Kansas his entire life, and who hates the miserable bastards of the WBC in Topeka, I would like to thank you all and congratulate you at the same time.

    I certainly hope that the tactics used in Brandon, MS will be learned and used elsewhere the WBC shows up.

    God bless the young soldier, Staff Sgt. Jason Rogers, his family, and his loving community.

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  79. if its fiction,,,its darn good fiction!!

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  80. those people are a bunch of real fruit loops,surprised the men in their little white coats haven't wrapped them up.

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  81. Ms was the pride of the south that day. Thats something coming from a Texas girl! Way to go Ms! Today we are honoring our fallen and this "church" has stated their intentions to come. I hope Texas stands up the way Ms did. God Bless America!

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  82. That's right Red I give thanks to all my brothers and sisters that have given life or limb just so thows WBC cans come to the great state of Mississippi to show there true colors

    Sgt Jonathan Toth
    Clinton Mississippi

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  83. Hoax... http://cjonline.com/news/2011-04-28/miss-sheriff-online-wbc-reports-are-false

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