Friday, November 19, 2010

The A.C.L.U., a/k/a the US Department of Treason!

K.C. just sent me the following article, “ACLU: The US Department of Treason,” written by Judson Phillips on November 19, 2010. It clearly illustrates that this godless and vile organization, the American Civil Liberties Union, is about anything but liberty. It is essentially a tool of tyranny.
Judson Phillips writes in part, “When you hear the words ACLU and lawsuit in the same sentence, you know a few things right away.  First, it is going to be something really crazy.   It is something that will offend most Americans and it is something working against the best interest of the United States.
“The most recent ranting by ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero clearly shows the ACLU is deserving of the name, the Department of Treason.

“Romero is up in arms over George Bush.  In case, some how, you managed to miss it, former President Bush has been making the rounds, promoting his book, “Decision Points.”  Bush makes some interesting recollections in his book. 


“For example, when Khalid Sheik Mohammad (KSM) was captured, Bush was told that he had valuable information about future attacks planned on America.  Bush did the patriotic thing.  He ordered Mohammad waterboarded and he quickly gave up information that stopped at least two terrorist attacks that would have killed thousand of Americans.

“Personally, I am thrilled George Bush was making that decision, not Barack Obama. 

“The ACLU is not.  Apparently, they think Bush should have simply read him his rights, let him shut up and let thousands of Americans die.    That is not patriotism.  That is treason. 

“Now, the ACLU is demanding that the Department of Justice open a criminal investigation into George Bush …”

Phillips concludes his scathing piece writing, “The ACLU has never been on the side of America or Americans.  They have some warped view that we should do nothing to defend ourselves.  In their insane sense of values, we should apologize for being attacked on 9/11.  I have a better idea; I think the ACLU should apologize for all they have done to hurt America.  I think they should apologize for hating America."

Read this entire enlightening article here.

1 comment:

  1. Be quite thankful for the ACLU. At some point everyone's opinion is in the minority - even yours.

    They've stood up for some of the worst elements of society - because all have the right to an opinion, even if the majority do not agree.

    That's what prevents us from being a tin-pot dictatorship - because to do otherwise would simply allow, as Jefferson said, the 'tyranny of the majority'.

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