I agree with Kris and Scott:
… No protests at funerals (or weddings).
If a person doesn’t have the decency to respect the seriousness and sacredness of certain events, then that person has earned compelled silence.
Sure, this bites into our sense of free speech, but there are restrictions.
We think funerals are one of those.
Here is my comment:
Agree! I can’t go protest on your front lawn or I’ll be charged with trespassing. Nor should I be allowed to crash what is, after all, a private gathering for friends and family. If I’m that determined to register my disapproval of something you’re doing, let me obtain the appropriate permits and take my demonstration to a suitable public forum.