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October 07, 2010



he belongs in hell

Karl Black

This is a clear case of harassment. Phelps has the right to speak on his own property or the property of his church or to publish his views - he does not have to right to invade someone's privacy as he did.

Laura Lee

Unfortunately, I believe that they do have the right to spew this hateful vitriol as long as they stand in a public place. It is disgusting that this kind of ugly bullying exists. Phelps and his gang are attention seeking missiles. I would be in favor of inventing a device that would render them invisible. I would be willing to bet that they would find not being the center of attention more abhorrent than gays.

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