ACLU is in league with the Devil

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    "Conservative columnist Joseph Farah, U.S. Representative and substitute MSNBC host John D. "J.D." Hayworth (R-AZ), and FOX News Channel host Bill O'Reilly claimed, respectively, that the civil liberties organization is "in league with the Devil," has "declare[d] war on the Boy Scouts," and is engaged in a "vendetta" against the youth organization."

    These charges came after the latest attack of the ACLU on the Boy Scouts where they have forced the Department of Defense to stop providing any monetary support for Boy Scout troops mainly on military bases because the Boy Scouts require a belief in God. Once again the tyranny of the minority strikes, distorting our Constitution to fit their agenda. Exactly when are we going to get rid of this terrorist organization? :death:

    "The ACLU is never going to change. It is an anti-American organization. It is a group that seeks to destroy all that makes America a unique experiment in freedom. It is an organization in league with all of America's enemies. It is an organization that hates God, hates what is right, decent and morally upright. It is an organization in league with the Devil, as far as I am concerned. And the ACLU is an organization that needs to be isolated, exposed for what it is, recognized for what it is and destroyed if necessary."

    http://mediamatters.org/items/200411170007
     
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    Isn't it illegal for the government to fund religiously-affiliated groups?
     
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    Since when is believing in God/Higher Power/whatever a "religious affiliation"?
     
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    Just take a step waaaay back. The Establishment Clause (which btw does NOT mention a "wall of seperation between Church and State" -- those are the words of Thomas Jefferson, who is probably rolling in his grave) is meant to prevent a 17th century New England Style theocracy. It is meant to prevent the establishment of a State Religion.

    If anyone believe the Pentagon, just one branch of government with ZERO power to make laws, giving some money to the Boy Scouts constitutes the establishment of a State Religion, they are insane.
     
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    Exactly. Even if Congress allotted money to various church groups to help the poor, that would not be establishing a state religion. Allotting money to a group that helps boys grow up to be positive members of society is just a good investment.

    The ACLU is a communist backed group that wants to stamp out all references to God in any shape or form. Just watch, you'll soon see them at work again this Christmas, attempting to stamp out our rights to express our religions in the public square.

    The Boy Scouts don't even require you name a religion, just acknowledge a Higher Power than yourself. A prerequisite for humility probably. Even an atheist could probably acknowledge Mother Nature as a Higher Power.
     
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    I guess the ACLU better start getting after Alcoholics Anonymous. Court-ordered sentencing for alcohol-related offenses often includes mandatory attendance at AA meetings. Just another example of insidious, state-sponsored religion.
     
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    :wtf:

    We, the jury, find the defendent GUILTY of being ignorant. we sentence him to a few words of knowledge.

    You are aware that the ACLU had filed the following cases

    Cases against some forms of Abortion
    *Cases against Affirmative Action
    Cases against Reverse Discrimination
    Cases against Forced Integration

    *My school, the University of Michigan, had to fight the ACLU all the way to the US Supreme Court. We beat them; not as bad as we're going to do it to Ohio State, but a win is a win.

    The ACLU is apolitical, as it should be. Once you become aware of that, then you will accept that every action they take won't agree with your perception of "The way things should be". Take a nap, then visit this site.

    http://www.aclu.org/safeandfree/
     
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    None of these type cases are against the ACLU's ultimate goals, which are aligned with Communism and the destruction of our Democracy. If you will notice, the ACLU picks and chooses its cases with care and prejudice and has a definite pattern of anti-Christianity. Their inconsistency is consistent, if you get what I mean.

    For example, why does the ACLU support an artist who wishes to express religious-related sentiments in his "art" (such as an upside down cross in urine) in a government-funded art museum but the ACLU will sue when a community wishes to express their religious-related sentiments with a nativity scene on the front lawn of a government-funded art museum?

    The ACLU is a veritable sewer pipe of legalized degeneracy which is tearing up the fabric of our country, destroying it piece by piece. Christianity is their major foe in this battle for the very survival of our country as we know it.

    PS: Wake up from your nappy, then visit this site: http://www.reclaimamerica.org/Pages/ACLU/ACLUhome.html
     
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    Thanks for the link and petition (which i was proud to sign ). If the President does nothing other but help push for a Constitional Amendment the DEFINES THE EXACT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CHURCH AND STATE he may well have saved our country ! The ACLU is operating under the radar until it's too late and they must be stopped. Their win cases simply because it is too expensive to fight them. They are dangerous and should be stopped by plugging any vague loophole or questionable wording that they use to their advantage!!
     
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    $3542.18 per month. That is the base salary for a Captain, with two years in service. The Army - YOUR TAX DOLLAR - our Federal Government pays Captains, Majors, and higher, that amount of money every month to Minister to the Spiritual Needs of Soldiers. The Government is 'sponsoring' those men and women by giving them training, office space, work, and such. Their Federal-Mandate? Teach/Help soldiers learn about, or provide services proclaiming the Existance and Value of God.

    There are thousands? Of Chaplains in the US Army alone. EVERY service has them.

    As mentioned above -
     

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