The Reverends Rob Schenck and Patrick J. Mahoney will visit ACLU headquarters tomorrow to hand-deliver more than 20,000 petitions demanding that the left-leaning liberal attack group back off of terrorizing communities and individuals who seek to affirm America's Judeo-Christian values.
Schenck, who heads up Faith and Action in the Nation's Capital, and Mahoney, director of the Christian Defense Coalition, asked their respective members to sign the statements after the ACLU sued a small rural school district in Adams County, Ohio, over four displays of the Ten Commandments in front of public schools there. The ACLU won an order for the Commandments to be removed, then demanded that the school reimburse them for legal expenses. After Christian ministers in the community stepped forward with a pledge to replace the money taken from the school budget, the ACLU settled for $80,000.
"The ACLU is this generation's Ku Klux Klan," said Rev. Rob Schenck. "They gallop into small towns with legal hoods over their heads and terrorize good people by threatening to harm children by draining the coffers of local schools if they so much as dare to recognize our nation's true heritage. These ACLU bullies are nothing more than psychological terrorists."
I wish these people well but, I don't believe the ACLU will do anything except derive devilish glee from the fact its persecution is working. They despise Judeo-Christian beliefs and values and that is partly the reason for the assault on religion.
I do, however, enjoy the analogy of the Klan and the legal hoods. What an apt portrayal of the legal intimidation used by the ACLU to get its way. No wonder they are so protective of the rights of terrorists, its professional courtesy.
It's time to rise up and strike down the American Civil Liberties Klan.
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