Good Job Ole Miss!

westboro-06 The filthy traitors of Fred Phelps’ Westboro Baptist Church tried their shit again. This time, however, they made the mistake of doing some place where their are people who love America and respect her troops don’t tolerate this sort of disgusting behavior.

The good and patriotic folk of Rankin County, MS made sure that the funeral of USMC Staff Sgt. Jason Rogers, who was KIA in Afghanistan on April 7, was buried in Brandon, MS without the presence of Phelp’s misborn brood of filth.

This is a taste of how you handle these traitors:

A couple of days before, one of them ran his mouth at a Brandon gas station and got his ass waxed. Police were called and the beaten man could not give much of a description of who beat him. When they canvassed the station and spoke to the large crowd that had gathered around, no one seemed to remember anything about what had happened.

Rankin County handled this thing perfectly. There were many things that were put into place that most will never know about and at great expense to the county.

Most of the morons never made it out of their hotel parking lot. It seems that certain Rankin county pickup trucks were parked directly behind any car that had Kansas plates in the hotel parking lot and the drivers mysteriously disappeared until after the funeral was over. Police were called but their wrecker service was running behind and it was going to be a few hours before they could tow the trucks so the Kansas plated cars could get out.

A few made it to the funeral but were ushered away to be questioned about a crime they might have possibly been involved in. Turns out, after a few hours of questioning, that they were not involved and they were allowed to go on about their business.

That’s a small and overly restrained taste of how Americans, hard-working Americans, Americans who love their nation and her troops can and must deal with groups like Westboro Baptist.

Our laws cannot stop the creatures of Westboro Baptist’s treasonous attacks upon our fallen troops and their families. Indeed, Americans cannot allow the legislators to stop Phelps and his ilk because no law could be written to stop them that would not be later abused to our detriment. That being the case, this is matter that we, the People must handle on own without recourse to- or concern for the law. To do less would make us complicit in treason and no better than these filth.

If Americans are going to effective in permanently stopping Westboro Baptist Church then every single member of the Phelps family unto the least misborn crotch-dropping must be classed as a valid and necessary target, as are every single one of their followers and any brats that they have spawned.

Those who disagree with the American people’s duty to remove Westboro Baptist through extra-judicial means are complicit in Phelps’ treason.

Counsel them to not interfere in any chosen operations. If they are either weak or wise enough to comply, ignore them and leave them be. If they do not comply and choose to lend aid and comfort to the vermin of Westboro Baptist Church, then they have sided against America and are also valid and necessary targets.

To the fine American people of Rankin County, MS I say, “Good job!” It gladdens my heart to see patriots who understand that, even as our soldiers are tasked with defending us at home from foreign enemies, we are charged with defending them and their families from domestic enemies.

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2 Responses to “Good Job Ole Miss!”

  1. Paradigm Says:

    Encouraging extra judicial vigilantism will create chaos since everyone has there own idea of what is right and wrong. Better to do this within the law by stating certain exceptions to free speech. I dont think any opinion will be silenced by saying that funerals are not suitable for political/religious rallies.

  2. jonolan Says:

    It doesn’t work that way in America, Paradigm. We can’t make laws that specific and any such law, once it had case history, would be the source of ever more abuse through the setting of court precedents.

    I’ll take a bit of chaos over suborned order almost any day of week; it’s easier to later correct for.

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