ACLU Has Really Lost It

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    Sorry, seems to me this has been one of the most valid arguements regarding law enforcement prior to 9/11, their inability/unwillingness to share info. There are safeguards and sanctions for the misuse of the information and this should not be happening:

    http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20040803/ap_on_re_us/terror_database_1

     
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    Do these people ever quit?! Well if we are ever hurt(or worse) in a terrorist attck,we can all feel better knowing that the people that were responsible always had their rights and were never profiled thanks to the good ol ACLU.


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    Why doesn't the government just bring one damn huge ball bustin' law suit down on the aclu for obstruction of justice?

    Somebody's got to put these asswipes out of business, before they and their liberal backers destroy America completely.
     
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    Yeah, and that they were never subjected to the unendurable agony of seeing the Ten Commandments posted in public. The ACLU, as always has it's priorities right on target - bravely battling for what's in the best interests of America.
     
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    How about we sue them for obstruction and as punishment make them watch the Ten Commandments all the way through.
     
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    :clap1:

    Only, we have to be sure they don't turn away in horror, or close their eyes to the 'tyranny" of objective morality. Something like the hookup in, "A Clockwork Orange" comes to mind.
     
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    And The Passion of the Christ. It's a double feature. Oh, what the heck, we'll follow that up with the first season of "Touched By an Angel," and then show all those Hanna-Barbara cartoons of the kids who open the doors and travel back to biblical times.
     
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    Please don't read this post, it is full of hate and vitriol

    The American Constant Litigators Union, the darling of the Leftist Upper East Side cocktail sipping, New York Times reading, penthouse living neo-communist numbskulls and the nemisis of Free People everywhere. (BTW -Where's Batman when you really need him?)

    Why don't those stinking bums get real jobs (like being stand-ins for crash test dummies)? Oh yeah, I forgot, they're lawyers and they won't be happy unless they're suing someone. I wonder if the lawyers at the ACLU sue little old ladies just so they don't fall out of practice.

    Why don't they sue organizations that really harm freedom? They could start by suing themselves then working their way down to less insidious organizations such as Islamic charities that are fronts for Al Queada or the KKK.

    If they can't find something wrong with the world, they make something up and sue the first deep pockets person or organization they can pin the blame on.

    What kind of moron supports those idiots anyway? Oh yeah, I forgot, Leftist Upper East Side cocktail sipping, New York Times reading, penthouse living neo-communist numbskulls.

    It must really suck to be one of those sanctimonious parasitic worms.

    (Hey, I told you not to read this post, what are you still doing here?)
     
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    I think the ACLU is right on this instance. Ben Franklin said those who would trade freedom for security deserve neither. Yes if they attacked us it would be unfortunate. However, as the men and women in our armed forces have shown throughout our entire history, freedom is worth dying for.
     

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