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    Dancing anywhere you want is a protected right??? In front of the Pope while he is giving a speech in Saint Patrick's Cathedral ?

    Flash mobs dancing in Libraries, churches, museums... nope sorry, not the place to put on a show and distract others. They are the ones taking away the rights of others.
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    Even Westboro Baptist Church has restrictions on how close they can be. They have the right to express themselves and so do these dancers. Dance on the steps or dance on the lawn and express your rights BUT don't create a distraction inside by putting on a show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig35seven View Post
    Dancing anywhere you want is a protected right??? In front of the Pope while he is giving a speech in Saint Patrick's Cathedral ?
    Rome, and Italy, are not the United States of America... rights, if the people have them at all, can be infringed in some countries... Not this one.

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    Flash mobs dancing in Libraries, churches, museums... nope sorry, not the place to put on a show and distract others. They are the ones taking away the rights of others.
    Not if they are doing so quietly... many churches have dancing, and singing.. and speaking in tongues... perhaps it's okay then that the ten commandments are removed from the public square because it distracts others... or takes away the "rights" of the atheist...

    Quote Originally Posted by Sig35seven View Post
    Even Westboro Baptist Church has restrictions on how close they can be. They have the right to express themselves and so do these dancers. Dance on the steps or dance on the lawn and express your rights BUT don't create a distraction inside by putting on a show.
    So, its okay if we abridge Westboro's right by distance?

    So, you won't mind a little infringement as to how large a magazine your firearm can have?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakchas View Post
    Rome, and Italy, are not the United States of America... rights, if the people have them at all, can be infringed in some countries... Not this one.



    Not if they are doing so quietly... many churches have dancing, and singing.. and speaking in tongues... perhaps it's okay then that the ten commandments are removed from the public square because it distracts others... or takes away the "rights" of the atheist...



    So, its okay if we abridge Westboro's right by distance?

    So, you won't mind a little infringement as to how large a magazine your firearm can have?

    Sorry, don't buy it.
    Try mob dancing in front of the Pope at St. Patricks Cathedral in New York and watch what happens.

    Churches and libraries do have designated time for dancing but not anytime you want much less with 100 of your friends.

    I think it's good that Westboro Baptist is limited in distance trying to disrupting the rights of a family to put a loved one to rest. They still get their freedom to protest and say what they want... just not right in their face.

    How many rounds in a magazine has NOTHING to do with mob dancing in inappropriate places.
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    Dancing is not a crime. Disorderly conduct and trespassing are crimes. The monuments on the National Mall are facilities owned and operated by the federal government just as are the United States Capitol, Library of Congress, federal courthouses, and federal prisons. So are we to believe that the government can not establish codes of conduct for any of these places?
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