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05/30/2006

Because a BBQ would've been too sane: Westboro protests Bush at Arlington

by Jeremy Hooper

   Just moments after President Bush signed the "Respect for America's Fallen Heroes Act" -- a recently-passed measure designed to keep Westboro Baptist Church from picketing at soldiers' funerals -- the fag-hating folks from Westboro yesterday protested outside the entrance of Arlington National Cemetery, where Bush was on hand to honor the fallen. However, we do hear that the Westboro folks also used their time at the cemetery to pay respects to their dearly departed sanity, so at least they multitasked.

Hey Westboro: For the 4th of July, how's about shocking the Hell out of everyone and just non-controversially cooking a f**ing hot dog? Just a suggestion.

Anti-gay group protests at National Cemetery [AP via MSNBC.com]

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