4 responses to “UPDATES: Law School event & Community”

  1. David Klein

    It was a wonderful meeting tonight. The East Lansing community is coming together to fight the hatred and bigotry that is coming to this town. Our love will win.

  2. arlenearmy

    This is one of the best dignified statement regarding Westboro’s protest I seen so far on the internet. It has a proclamation feel to it.

    I dont know how else to put it, but this Westboro epidemic reminds me of the movie Postman. Remember the bad guy Bethlehem? Townsfolk would give him what he wanted just so he would go away. And if you dont give into the intimidation, they threatened to hurt you (with law suits). I know the feeling from what we went thru in McAlester, OK the other day. It was my 1st experience.

  3. Diane Rork

    THIS IS A FORM OF BULLYING!! THEY MUST BE STOPPED BEFORE A KID HURTS THEMSELF!!

  4. Navi

    I’d sign it, but for this statement:
    “We believe the protest by Westboro Baptist Church shows our elected officials in the legislature that it is past time for them to lead and take action against bullying.”

    We do not need more laws to take care of the problem, especially considering our justice system is far too broken for it to provide a prayer of hope, rather than the vengeance the Westboro group preaches…

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