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February 7, 2013
20:25 // 1 year ago
October 5, 2011
Hey Margie Phelps, do you know how hard it is to get into one of Steve Jobs’ events? (via rollprogram)

Hey Margie Phelps, do you know how hard it is to get into one of Steve Jobs’ events? (via rollprogram)

23:26 // 3 years ago
March 7, 2011

Fresh off her Supreme Court win, the lawyer for Westboro (and Fred Phelps’ daughter) was on Fox News Sunday explaining her church’s protests to Chris Wallace. (Part one is above. Part two is over here.) OK, so they won their case, but does anyone else find this booking decision to be questionable? By our quick research, she doesn’t show up on TV all that often … the only other YouTube news clip we can find of her is one from C-SPAN from October. Phelps deserves a free-speech outlet, yes, but should News Corp. be the ones to offer said outlet? (For what it’s worth, Chris Wallace is way ahead of us on this question. He says the First Amendment issues are too important to ignore. Agree?)

1:59 // 3 years ago
March 2, 2011
pantslessprogressive:

inothernews:

socratescloset:

Wow. This is sick.
I mean, First Amendment and everything; but there’s a time and there’s a place. Really what the WBC picketers need is a good asylum.

I’m not surprised, but I am sickened.
The only comfort I’ll take from this is knowing these guys and gals are going straight to Hell.

As much as I hate to admit it… not surprising.

The part that bothers us the most is that Margie Phelps can now put “successfully argued case in front of Supreme Court” on her resume.

pantslessprogressive:

inothernews:

socratescloset:

Wow. This is sick.

I mean, First Amendment and everything; but there’s a time and there’s a place. Really what the WBC picketers need is a good asylum.

I’m not surprised, but I am sickened.

The only comfort I’ll take from this is knowing these guys and gals are going straight to Hell.

As much as I hate to admit it… not surprising.

The part that bothers us the most is that Margie Phelps can now put “successfully argued case in front of Supreme Court” on her resume.

(via pantslessprogressive)

10:20 // 3 years ago