Our post on the death of notorious Westboro Baptist Church leader and funeral protester Fred Phelps stirred up a lot of emotions in readers -- no surprise there.
But among all the voices bidding him good riddance, more than a few people argued that the best way to bury the memory of Fred Phelps was to rise above his hatemongering.
Writes Latifah Abdul'laah:
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You should have kept it classy...if you wanted to really stick it to them, you'd have wished him a peaceful journey and left it alone.