Is there a point in our Constitution where our religious freedom infringe upon other people’s freedoms? I ask this question in light of the ruling handed down recently concerning a parent’s right to mourn and the right of people to protest. Read about it here.
A Baptist church in Kansas is standing behind the shadow of the Constitution that they say gives them the right to protest at fallen soldier’s funerals. The church’s website is called godhatesfags.com. Don’t go there unless you are old enough and ready enough to read what they have written. If you go there, please take note of how the US flag is displayed in the address line.
As I read the Fox News story, I learned that numerous states have banned protests at funerals and the the federal government is protecting Federal cemeteries.
What do you think? Does the Constitution allow for this type of protests?