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PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2005 3:24 am 
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Top Ten Reasons To Stop The ACLU
Stop The ACLU was started on February 9th, 2004. We started with high hopes, and we realized we were facing a goliath. There were many reasons why we thought the ACLU needed to be countered, and they are numerous. We wanted to provide a way to inform the public of the ACLU’s agenda, as the MSM sugar coated it. We wanted to be a central database for people to gather, exchange ideas, and get actively involved in real ways of stopping them. It is a monumental task, exhausting, time consuming, and often frustrating. But it is a fight worth fighting. We would be nothing without our supporters. To all of you, we appreciate the continued support. We have called you to action and you have answered. We raised $2,500.00 for an ad in the Washington Times, and I want to announce at this time that the check is in the mail as of Wednessday, Nov 8th. The ad should appear within the next two weeks. When it does, it will be scanned, and put up at Stop The ACLU for all to see. We will call you to action again, and again, and it is good to know that you will answer the call because you believe in this cause. The ACLU have been laying low lately, but that is no reason to grow complacent. It is now that we should prepare to counter them. The Christmas season is around the corner, and the ACLU will be full force. Get involved in Operation Nativity. There are many reasons to stop the ACLU. For this blogburst I decided to list my top ten list. 10. The ACLU was founded by Communist, with communist ideals, communist goals, and they continue to impose a Communist like agenda on America daily. The founder of the ACLU, Roger Baldwin stated clearly…
My chief aversion is the system of greed, private profit, privilege and violence which makes up the control of the world today, and which has brought it to the tragic crisis of unprecedented hunger and unemployment…Therefore, I am for Socialism, disarmament and ultimately, for the abolishing of the State itself…I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class and sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”
9. The ACLU does not believe in the Second Amendment.
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.â€

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Bucky, did you know that the ACLU would even defend a fundamentalist fascist zombie like you, if the government infringed on your Constitutional rights?

Here, look at this wingnut who they are now defending.

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ACLU Asks Court to Protect Confidentiality of Rush Limbaugh's Medical Records

PALM BEACH, FL - In a motion filed today, the American Civil Liberties Union of Florida said state law enforcement officers violated Rush Limbaugh's privacy rights by seizing the conservative radio talk show host's medical records as part of a criminal investigation involving alleged "doctor-shopping."

"While this case involves the right of Rush Limbaugh to maintain the privacy of his medical records, the precedent set in this case will impact the security of medical records and the privacy of the doctor-patient relationship of every person in Florida," said Howard Simon, Executive Director of the ACLU of Florida.

The ACLU's request to submit a "friend-of-the-court" brief on behalf of Limbaugh was filed today with the Fourth District Court of Appeal. The ACLU said in its motion that the state infringed on Florida's constitutional right to privacy when it failed to follow well-established protocol, mandated by law, when confiscating Limbaugh's medical files. The organization stated that its interest in the case was "to vindicate every Floridian's fundamental right to privacy by ensuring that the state be required to comply" with the law.


Isn't that amazing Bucky? The lawyers who work for the ACLU know perfectly well that Rush Limbaugh hates their guts and constantly works to rouse the redneck fundie fascists (like yourself) against them and their work on behalf of the freedom of all Americans. But, they still stand ready to defend his rights, just as they stand ready to defend you.


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Isn't that amazing Bucky? The lawyers who work for the ACLU know perfectly well that Rush Limbaugh hates their guts and constantly works to rouse the redneck fundie fascists (like yourself) against them and their work on behalf of the freedom of all Americans. But, they still stand ready to defend his rights, just as they stand ready to defend you.


It sure got quiet on this thread. What's the matter Bucky, scared of the truth?

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C'mon Bucky, tell us what you think of the ACLU defending the rights of Rush Limbaugh, as well as any other ACLU hating right-wingnuts like yourself.


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Bucky, you still didn't tell what you think of the ACLU defending the rights of Rush Limbaugh, as well as any other ACLU hating right-wingnuts like yourself.

C'mon Buck. If the government invaded your privacy, would you turn down the help of the ACLU to defend your rights?


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He actually believes he has a chance of being a success in this land. It is because bucky believes so strongly in myths and doesn't have a real grasp, of reality. The myth of "making it in America" is fed to simple minded soles(bottom of the shoe types) and if one were to actually research the ones that go from rags to riches, one discovers that very few, percentage wise actually do it, in even two, three generations.

It's a ruse Bucky. Better start to realise that communism is your only way to a better life. Woo hoo for the ACLU.


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Ruling: Pregnant Moms Can Now Harm Babies
by Jay on 12-01-05 @ 8:25 am Filed under Supreme Court, News
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The Supreme Court of Hawaii has ruled that unborn children are not “human beings,” and therefore women cannot be prosecuted for causing the death of babies by harmful behavior during their pregancies.

The unanimous decision overturns the manslaughter conviction of 32-year-old Tayshea Aiwohi, who was found guilty in connection with the death of her newborn son by smoking crystal methamphetamine shortly before his birth.

“I’m extremely happy and grateful,” said Aiwohi. “I believe [the case] changed me into a better person and I just hope to share that with others.”

So, responsibility goes out the window on this one. This irresponsible mindset is much too far reaching in today’s American society. Taking responsibility for one’s concious actions is fading fast. People need to realize that along with rights, comes responsibility, and with that responsibility our very rights and liberties hinge. Who takes responsibility for the death of this child? According to this court, no one.

Tayshea gave birth to her son, Treyson, July 15, 2001, but the boy perished within two days with high levels of methamphetamine and amphetamine in his system, according to the local coroner.

The woman allegedly admitted to using the drugs for three days before the birth and took a “hit” on the morning her son was delivered.

In their ruling, the justices cited statutes noting a crime needed to be committed against “a human being.” They declared since Treyson was not a “person” when Tayshea was smoking the drugs, she could not be prosecuted for harming the infant in her womb.

“The proscribed conduct must have been committed at a time when Treyson ‘qualified’ as a ‘person,’ defined by the Hawaii Penal Code as ‘a human being who has been born and is alive,’” they wrote.

“It is so insane,” Nancy Heisser of Grants Pass, Ore., told WorldNetDaily. “A little baby died, and the mother walks away scot-free. This is a travesty against this little one.”

What kind of future impact will a ruling like this have? Under the new, federal Unborn Victims of Violence Act, people other than the mother who cause the death of an unborn child can face prosecution. If this had been a boyfriend who had kicked the woman in the stomach, or pressured the drugs on her, there might have been a conviction. But according to this court, we are not even talking about a human being, so what does it matter. This is one horrible decision after another. From the decision to drugs while pregnant, to the decision of the Court to hold no one responsible for this irresponsible death. I wonder if after the case was over, this woman went out for another hit.

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Check this out.Unlike Bucky and his unpatriotic, tyranny loving, ilk, some conservative Republicans want to work with the ACLU to protect the liberty and freedoms of all Americans.

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ACLU Announces Collaboration With Rep. Bob Barr; Says Conservative Congressman Will Consult on Privacy Issues

WASHINGTON - In a surprise announcement that comes on the heels of news that the outgoing Majority Leader, Richard Armey (R-TX), is considering consulting for the American Civil Liberties Union, the group said today that it also plans to hire conservative firebrand Bob Barr (R-GA) to work on informational and data privacy issues.

Murphy said Armey and Barr might not be the last of the high-profile hires, adding that the ACLU has been talking to "soon-to-be ex-senators" from both sides of the aisle. "Stay tuned for Democrats and Republicans," she said.

Specifically, the ACLU has been in discussion with Congressman Barr about having him come consult for the civil liberties group in its fight against legislation and public policy enacted after September 11 that violates core conceptions of the right to privacy in America.

Barr would primarily work against controversial "sneak and peek" warrants, which bar simultaneous notification of a search to the person whose premises or possessions are being searched, and other informational privacy issues. The USA PATRIOT Act -- passed in October of 2001 -- facilitated and expanded the use of sneak and peek warrants (also known as "black bag" searches).

The ACLU and Barr found common ground several times during his stint in Congress, including mutual opposition to a national ID, the Justice Department's Carnivore Internet snooping system, the proposed "Know Your Customer" banking regulation, and the controversial Operation TIPS citizen-spy program. Just recently, Barr was able to persuade the House to pass a bill requiring federal agencies to consider the privacy implications of new regulations.

Last week, outgoing Majority Leader Richard Armey (R-TX) told the Associated Press that he too is considering consulting for the ACLU on information and data privacy issues.


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Bucky: If the ACLU is a Pinko Commie front, and the Republicans are working with them, and being defended by the ACLU. THEN what does that make the Republicans?

COMSYMPH Subversive Evil Doers, or STUPID?


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Bucky: If the ACLU is a Pinko Commie front, and the Republicans are working with them, and being defended by the ACLU. THEN what does that make the Republicans?

COMSYMPH Subversive Evil Doers, or STUPID?


Bucky won't answer that question. Reality frightens him.


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