Thursday, April 13, 2006

ACLU=a bunch of morons

I've been hearing a lot about the ACLU organization, and to put it in an unintelligent way, I think that they are complete idiots.

Here's what stop the ACLU partly had to say:



Since the 5th amendment is pretty much already gone under judicial tyranny, one
of the first things you can kiss goodbye is the 2nd amendment. The U.N. are
already pushing for international gun control laws, and you can bet the ACLU
won’t fight against that. ACLU POLICY “The ACLU agrees with the Supreme Court’s long-standing interpretation of the Second Amendment [as set forth in the 1939
case, U.S. v. Miller] that the individual’s right to bear arms applies only to
the preservation or efficiency of a well-regulated militia. Except for lawful
police and military purposes, the possession of weapons by individuals is not
constitutionally protected. Therefore, there is no constitutional impediment to
the regulation of firearms.


Here's the Bill of Rights for those lacking in education. Another article I read [and fully agree with] from Heather Mac Donald:




The ACLU's diatribe against terrorist watch lists comes as it is caught out
in rank hypocrisy and deceit. This self-described fighter for freedom has been
misappropriating hundreds of thousands of dollars a year in federal money,
contributed by federal employees through a philanthropic payroll-deduction
program. To participate in the program, a charity must certify that it does not
employ or fund suspected terrorists included on government watch lists. (The
necessity for this precaution was demonstrated just last week by the arrests of
executives from the Holy Land Foundation, a Virginia-based Muslim charity, for
funneling $12 million in charitable donations to Hamas killers.)
The ACLU
eagerly signed the pledge (we will leave aside the ludicrous designation of the
ACLU as a "charity") and opened up the federal money spigot. But it turns out
that it had its fingers crossed behind its back. In the view of committed civil
libertarians, you see, a terror watch list is nothing more than government
totalitarianism in disguise. But doesn't it contain extremely dangerous people,
you ask? We don't know and don't care, reply the civil libertarians. And so upon
learning of the ACLU's promise not to fund terrorists, several board members
accused it of "McCarthyism," tantamount to accusing George W. Bush of
multilateralism.
Not to worry, purred executive director Anthony Romero.
Romero smugly revealed that he had never had any intention of actually checking
the terror watch lists. Federal law merely prohibits "knowingly" employing or
funding terrorists, explained this sophist. So long as the organization
carefully avoided actually looking at the government's terror watch list, it
could go right on funding whomever it pleased and still be in compliance with
federal requirements.This argument is nonsense. The point of the
terror-watch-list requirement is not to guarantee that recipients of federal
payroll deductions remain chastely ignorant of the identities of terror
suspects, or worse, that they can plausibly deny knowing that they fund
terrorists. The purpose of the watch list requirement is to ensure that money
doesn't actually flow into terrorism, knowingly or not. The idea that the
antiterrorism requirement would be satisfied if a charity poured money into an
al Qaeda front, as long as the charity was able to say it didn't know it was
funding terrorism, is ludicrous.

...

Such fantasies make for great fundraising pitches. The ACLU has been raking
in the dough — and not just from payroll deductions — since 9/11. But the Left's
blindness to the reality of foreign enemies should utterly disqualify it from
government influence. That is not the case. Civil libertarians and privacy
advocates exercise veto power over government research in the crucial fields of
data mining and computer technology. The Department of Homeland Security
recently cancelled a program to screen airline passengers for terrorist
connections because privacy advocates objected. The next time a public official
feels inclined to listen to a rights lobbyist, he should administer a simple
sanity test: Do you believe that terrorism exists?
Here's a sign I created by editing =-):













Basically the ACLU is BAD for America





















Sources: http://stoptheaclu.com/archives/2006/01/21/eminent-domain-irony-activists-seek-to-evict-souter-from-home/
http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/mac_donald200408040850.asp

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