View Royal Protestors have right to spread message

The constitution does not put limits on how long people can protest just because other people think enough is enough.

Just because you do not like the message of the pro-life vigil protester does not mean protesting is causing a disturbance.

They are practising a constitutional right. The constitution does not include your right to not be offended by their message.

Janice Roberts’ claim that it is time they went away because she feels they made their point is rubbish.

The constitution does not put limits on how long people can exercise their right to protest just because other people think enough is enough.

Another resident seems to have a crazy idea that a small band of protesters is the whole world and that being only six metres away is trying to peer in on people’s private lives. Ever heard of curtains?

If you hate the right to protest so much get out of the country.

Andre Mollon

Langford

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