Thursday, May 11, 2006

Rewarding Bad Behavior

Yesterday, the American Civil Liberties Union announced the winners of its Youth Activist Scholarship for 2006.

Using money to perpetuate bad behavior, the ACLU will hand out $4,000 college scholarships to students they deem to have espoused the same radical agenda.

One of the issues that has helped acquire a scholarship is the right to not stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. This gives you some idea of what is important to the ACLU. There was a time in this country when we would have rewarded a student for an essay on why the Pledge is important, but not now. The ACLU thinks not standing for the Pledge is a good thing; why they think burning or desecrating our national symbol is a privilege deserving not only protection, but promotion. After all, when you are of limited mind and intellect how else can you express disatisfaction with the mainstream of American society? Once you have established that panhandling is a form of protected self expression and a political statement why not see if you can get away with trampling the flag too.

The lunatic logic of the left leaves no stone unturned in its quest to find and promote the basest and ugliest aspects of anti-societal behavior. The ACLU are their sewer spelunkers, attempting to resurrect that which civilized people have flushed away.

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