Thursday, August 18, 2005

The Bigoted View Of The ACLU

The ACLU consistently advocates, not what is in the best interest of our nation, but what will further their atheistic, socialist agenda. It is an attempt to destroy the American way of life from within. By cloaking itself in altruism, it seduces and manipulates young idealists and adds to them a sprinkling of anarchists, a healthy dose of socialists and a rich assortment of anti -social psychotics and dropouts. Whether it's spiritual, psychological or physical the ACLU is sure to defend, espouse and promote the societal aberrations most abhorrent to the majority of Americans and those that will leave our country decadent and most vulnerable.

All the while, the ACLU would have you believe it has no agenda, that it is completely nonpartisan and free from bias. It claims it exists to protect all our freedoms when in truth our liberties need protection from the ACLU.

And now, from the mouth of one of their own directors spews the prejudice and bigotry of the ACLU. Unable to contain or disguise his hatred of those who worship God, he compares them to terrorists who murder and destroy.

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The director of the Louisiana ACLU compared the mindset of school prayer supporters in Tangipahoa Parish to that of the 9-11 terrorists in comments to Eyewitness News Monday.

Joe Cook, the ACLU director, made his comments when asked about classes being held in Tangipahoa Parish Monday as school system officials tried to explain to teachers and administrators what can and can’t be done as far as prayers in the school room.

The ACLU director, who has made legal moves against the Tangipahoa Parish school board following some incidents of prayers being said over loudspeakers and in classrooms, said the system has done little to enforce a judge’s rulings.

“They don’t want to abide by the agreement,” said Cook. “They have always crossed the line of separation of church and government… They believe they answer to a higher power, in my opinion… which is the kind of thinking you had with the people who flew airplanes in the buildings in this country and people who did that kind of thing in London.”

Cook defended his statement, saying that it’s dangerous to have people who believe they, “answer to some higher religious power than the Constitution of the United States of America.”

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As much as it must pain your wizened, evil soul, Joe Cook , the Constitution is there to protect those very people from bigots like you. May God bless, America.

1 comment:

loboinok said...

You would think this guy would be fired for such a statement. Anyway, great post. Thank you for the continuted support. I've been gone for a few days. Catching up.