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05/25/2006

Westboro to condemn Congress within the hour

by Jeremy Hooper

  The full U.S. Congress has passed the "Respect for America's Fallen Heroes Act," a bill that will limit Westboro Baptist Church's ability to protest at soldier's funerals.

Consequently, we hear Westboro is now considering simply protesting every American birth, as they will eventually find something for which to condemn the newborns anyway.

Congress passes funeral protest ban [AP via CNN]

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