Leftwing Westboro Baptist Church is getting in on the act for the funeral.
(If you doubt that Fred Phelps of WBC is leftwing, read his Wikipedia entry. He is a Democrat, admittedly crazy.
Democratic PartyPhelps has run in various Kansas Democratic Party primaries five times, but has never won. These included races for governor in 1990, 1994, and 1998, receiving about 15 percent of the vote in 1998. In the 1992 Democratic Party primary for U.S. Senate, Phelps received 31 percent of the vote. Phelps ran for mayor of Topeka in 1993 and 1997.Support for Al GorePhelps supported Al Gore in the 1988 Democratic Party presidential primary election.Phelps also has ties to class Christian fundamentalism. His anti-gay antics seem to this casual observer to be a bizarre form of attention getting.)
But Chris Kyle was an American hero. Circumstances around his death have begun to emerge.
A part of his mission as a returned vet was to help meet the needs of veterans suffering from PTSD; the man who murdered Kyle and his companion was such a vet.
But why meet someone suffering from PTSD at a firing range? What a fool, the Leftists claim.
Yet a firing range is exactly where veterans choose to meet: familiar surroundings doing familiar things with comforting voices and encouragement helping to mitigate the angst of the sufferer and provide a sort of "cathartic" comfort.
Unfortunately for Kyle and his companion Eddie Ray Routh was so unstable he should have been kept in hospital, as he had been sent twice in the last four months.
Chris Kyle was shot in the back multiple times.
Somehow the ghouls on the Left never seem to get their fill of cruelty, except when it comes to things like Sarah Palin using pictures of crosshairs for politic discussion. More details of the foul mouths of the Left are over at Twitchy.
On a side note, it's been encouraging to see some celebrities coming out in support of Kyle and/or the Second Amendment, like Dean Cain, Nick Lachey, Bruce Willis and Ken Wahl.
A memorial service is scheduled for Kyle on Monday, Feb. 11, at Cowboys stadium.