Discussion in 'Law and Justice System' started by Gunny, Jan 16, 2008.
But they took the side of a right wing lawmaker... does that get them brownie points?
Nope. They still suck.
I think the whole thing is stupid from the start. Don't get me wrong, I'm not defending Craig, but I do defend his right to presumption of innocence. If the ACLU had stopped there I would at least agree with them on this one issue. Even blithering idiots get something right by chance on occasion.
Gotta tell you... I always thought it was stupid that grown men needed protection from being hit on (cause that's really all Craig did). But I do like the irony of the ACLU helping him since I suspect he has all kinds of lovely things to say about them.
Stating Craig was hitting on someone is speculative. He says he wasn't.
I don't find so much irony in it when you get to the part where the ACLU is trying to push the notion of an expectation of privacy in a public restroom.
That's right in line with their nonsensical approach to things.
Ah... but are they wrong?
IMO, yes. "Public" restroom. Kind of says it all. What expectation does one have to privacy in public?
so the first charge they filed against Craig was wrong then?
Brownie points? Gay sex? Ewwwwwwwwwwww.
It doesn't matter in the slightest---- HE PLED GUILTY"
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