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June 1st, 2007

ACLU joins with Al Qaeda

The ACLU joined forces with suspected Al Qaeda terrorists in a lawsuit against the Boeing airline that transported them as the CIA requested on behalf of the U.S. Government. That Boeing was doing their patriotic duty at the request of the government during wartime should go without saying. Read how the ACLU supports terrorists.

During the fall of the Roman Empire, it was the barbarians who did the damage. In America it is educated liberals who are weakening us. Now they are openly working for Al Qaeda terrorist suspects. In my view the ACLU is an anti-American organization working purposefully to undermine our national interests.

If there is any question of the “enemy within” working treasonously against the USA, let those doubts stop now. Perhaps I will live to see the day when criminal conspiracy charges against the ACLU are leveled as any other organized crime family.

The good news is that I suspect this lawsuit is such an affront to American sensibilities, that it will indeed wake quite a few people up to the ACLU’s anti-American activities. It is a bridge too far for the liberals to cross.

In the typical anti-business rhetoric of the socialist left, ACLU executive director Anthony Romero said “American corporations should not be profiting from a CIA rendition program that is unlawful and contrary to core American values. Corporations that choose to participate in such activity can and should be held legally accountable.”

Bad decision, Anthony Romero. I hope that you and the ACLU pay dearly for supporting the sworn enemy of western civilization and my country.

[tags]aclu, al qaeda, lawsuit, boeing, terrorists[/tags]



March 9th, 2007

The Sam Brownback Express Rolls On

Hey, did anyone notice that Sam polled whopping 2% in Georgia according to Strategic Vision? What momentum! Rudy Giuliani only leads the field with 28% followed by John “who am I today” McCain at 21%. Just a thought here, but shouldn’t Brownback do better than “liberal” Rudy in the deep south? It is just an observation. No reason for social conservatives to show their unique brand of “love” to me. And other random thoughts of the day.

Afghanistan is now a mess. Yet another casualty of George W. Bush’s misadventures in Iraq. I am sure that Al Gore will blame it all on global warming.

Why does the ACLU defend the scum from NAMBLA? How can anyone take them seriously?

Who believes that Bill Clinton is secretly trying to help Obama? I don’t either. Clinton wants to be in the White House again like a pig wants to be in slop.

How come Brazil can rely on ethanol and tell the mid-east to screw off? Let’s import their stuff, subsidize the whining farmers in Iowa and figure out a way to tell these bastards in the mid east who are ultimately responsible for the killing of Americans to go to hell!

So Big Pussy couldn’t hang in Dancing with the Stars. It is a pretty sad state of affairs when Cliffy Claven is your fill in. Sorry McCain, I know this is your territory.

It would be nice to hear from Condoleeza Rice again. Maybe it is just me, but she has been awfully quiet lately. Probably doing some of that super secret negotiation stuff.

The “experts” say we are falling behind in education. If this is the case, then why can’t I understand my 1st graders homework instructions? Ok – maybe it is just me.

I am now beginning to worry about the economy. The yield curve has been inverted for far too long. The bond traders know something that we don’t.

Fidel Castro is feeling better. Does anyone remember when the Soviet Premier would catch a “cold”? Expect a state funeral in Cuba very soon.

If we are eating worse than ever, are more stressed than ever before and continually breath in air that is more polluted then why are we living longer?

Is abortion banned in Iran or Israel? Maybe they can agree on something. Probably not.

An Eva Mendez movie has never disappointed me and not only because she looks like this:

Whatever happened to The Tavares?



February 15th, 2007

ACLU Says that a Homosexual Teaching Curriculum is a “Legitimate State Interest”

Lawyers representing a Massachusetts school district named as a defendant in a parent’s civil rights complaint have said teachers at Estabrook Elementary School have a “legitimate state interest” in teaching the homosexual lifestyle, and parents have no input into those decisions.

“of the people, by the people and for the people”, taxpayers, aka parents “have no input into those decisions.” The “State” no longer serves the people, the people serve the “State”.

“A nation, as a society, forms a moral person, and every member of it is personally responsible for his society.”
– Thomas Jefferson, Founding Father and third U.S. president (1743-1826), in a letter to George Hammond, 1792

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January 9th, 2007

ACLU Sues Rhode Island State Police

Providence Journal — The Rhode Island Affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union yesterday filed a federal lawsuit against the state police, alleging racial profiling and violation of the constitutional rights of 14 Guatemalan nationals during a July traffic stop that led to their detention by immigration officials.

Steven Brown, director of the Rhode Island affiliate, yesterday noted the unusual nature of the lawsuit filed by ACLU volunteer attorney V. Edward Formisano.

“It’s very rare for individuals like these plaintiffs to be willing to step forward and challenge questionable police practices that they’ve been subject to,? said Brown.

“The citizenship status of the plaintiffs is really irrelevant to this lawsuit. These were individuals who were in a van that was stopped for a minor traffic violation. The question is whether police have a right to detain individuals for no other reason than the way they look …?

So now the ACLU douche bags and civil rights gangsters are all up in arms over a Rhode Island State Trooper detaining 14 unidentified and identification less Guatemalan nationals that he ran across during a traffic stop. This country in knee deep in unidentified foreigners now, and although the article says that the citizenship status of the plaintiffs is irrelevant to the case, at least now we know who these 14 turkeys are are, and hopefully, what they are doing here.

This whole idea that someone shouldn’t be analyzed or scrutinized because of their ethnicity, age, sex, or any other physical characteristics is just more nonsense dreamed up by the far left nuts to help them to sleep better at night. Its pure insanity to think that racial profiling shouldn’t be used to fight crime. Maybe those knuckleheads want their local police department to be strictly reactive instead of proactive, but I certainly don’t.

Individuals shouldn’t be afraid or ashamed to profile either. If I’m not at home one night and one of my neighbors see a left handed, Chinese, midget, albino, transvestite walking out of my house with a TV on his/her (it’s) shoulder, I hope like hell they notice that something is wrong with that picture and have enough common sense to call the police.

Oh, and one more thing too. All of you sensitive type folks that think that “the man” is out to get you, and you get all defensive when you read a story like this; well I’m a white, heterosexual, male, conservative, Christian, southern, long-hair. I can deal with the stereotyping, and so can you. Just have to suck nit up, and always remember, nobody likes a crybaby.

[tags]aclu,immigration,racial+profiling,ice,rhode+ island,detainees[/tags]



January 4th, 2007

The Fiction of Church and State

The Big Lie is exposed in this video over at Stop the ACLU. In it, David Barton tears apart the liberal myth that church and state were meant to be “separate” from each other in the modern sense.

In reality, and any honest historian can tell you this, the separation clause in the constitution was meant to prevent government from persecuting any religion. That was especially important to the founders since much of the Americas were colonized by people escaping religious persecution in Europe. That historical fact was fresh on their minds. The Founders wanted people to be free to practice their faith. Their aim was not to drive religion out of governmental institutions.

Research by David Barton, founder of Wallbuilders, Inc. exposes the alleged separation of church and state for the myth that it really is. The words separation of church and state don’t appear in any official government documents authored by the founding fathers. This concept and these particular words were fabricated by an ACLU attorney named Leo Pfeffer in 1947 in the Supreme Court case of Everson versus Board of Education of Ewing Township. That liberal supreme court imposed it on the nation by a 5 to 4 vote. The ACLU and other anti-Christian organizations and individuals have used it to harass Christians with ever since. It is also used by evolutionists to try to keep a theistic explanation of origins out of the public schools. Many young people today are not aware of the fact that this concept is an ACLU invention, and that it is a concept our founding fathers would have been appalled at.

Again, the video is at Stop the ACLU.

[tags]church, state, separation, myth, clause, constitution, deists, christians, lie, video, David+Barton, aclu[/tags]



December 21st, 2006

War, Transparency, and the ACLU

This is a Stop the ACLU Blogburst.

There is no doubt that a certain amount of transparency is essential for a modern democracy to function honestly. However, taken to the extreme, complete transparency would effectively make our National Security impotent and threaten the ability of the democracy to secure its very existence. There is a line that must be carefully walked. We must maintain common sense, especially in times that enemies threaten our very existence.

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