frrostedman wrote: Strictly moral decisions are not made by the Court, and thank God for that.
Strictly Moral is what makes us not agree with many Supreme Court rulings, so not so sure you are thanking God for that, many times. Other issues become a question of what is strictly moral and not, and who defines that.
Do we really need to defend out freedom of speech and expression by allowing a morally repulsive act to be done, namely disrespecting a families privacy while burying their dead? That freedom causes anguish, pain and suffering for others, at a private time of grief, can not be called morally right.
My point was not the Supreme Court ruling in reposting this, it was a question of why the Westborro people saw fit to protest a US hero, but not this scumbag.