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Oklahoma City Statehouse 03/02/2009 12:45 PM - 1:30 PM 2300 N. Lincoln Oklahoma City, OK Google Map *******...
Oklahoma City Statehouse 03/02/2009 12:45 PM - 1:30 PM 2300 N. Lincoln Oklahoma City, OK Google Map ***********/maps?hl=en&tab=wl Moore High School 03/02/2009 2:45 PM - 3:30 PM 300 N. Eastern Ave Moore, OK Google Map ***********/maps?hl=en&tab=wl Download this video and upload it to your site *******lindsaystone****/protestblock.html God Hates Fags Read about the Westboro Baptist Church at *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Westboro_Baptist_Church I would link to their website but do not wish to give them any more links than they already have While its members identify themselves as Baptists, WBC is an independent church and is not affiliated with any known Baptist conventions or associations. The church describes itself as following Primitive Baptist and Calvinist principles, though mainstream Primitive Baptists reject Westboro Baptist Church and Phelps, regarding them as unaffiliated to the Primitive Baptists.[5] The views that distinguish Westboro Baptist Church are views that most Baptists and Calvinists do not recognize, and do not consider to be in any way characteristically Baptist or Calvinistic. Fred Waldron Phelps is known for the slogans that he and his ministry use against people he deems sinful, including "God Hates Fags", "Thank God for Dead Soldiers", "America Is Doomed" and "Priests Rape Boys." He claims that God will punish homosexuals as well as various public figures such as Bill O'Reilly, Coretta Scott King, Ronald Reagan, Howard Dean, and anyone else whom his church considers "fag-enablers". Phelps and his followers frequently picket various events, especially military funerals, gay pride gatherings, high-profile political gatherings, and even Christian gatherings and concerts with which he has no affiliation, arguing it is their sacred duty to warn others of God's anger. When criticized, Phelps' followers say they are protected in doing so by the First Amendment.[12][13] In response to Phelps' protests at military funerals, President Bush signed the Respect for America's Fallen Heroes Act into law in May 2006,[14] and, in April 2007, Kansas governor Kathleen Sebelius signed into law a bill establishing a 150-foot no-picketing buffer zone around funerals.