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ACLU Won’t Accept Terrorist ‘Tribunals’

In case you missed it, the American Civil Liberties Union ran this ad in the New York Times, over the weekend:

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These self-styled protectors of our civil rights cannot abide the idea that foreign terrorists might not be afforded all the civil rights of American citizens.

After all, the ACLU and the jihadists share practically identical goals for our country. The ACLU just wants to destroy our system of government from within.

The only real difference is that the Muslim terrorists aren’t a tax exempt 501c3 “charity,” like the ACLU is.

By the way, did The Times give the ACLU a 75% discount, like they gave MoveOn.Org for their notorious “Betrayus” ad?

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, March 8th, 2010. Comments are currently closed.

9 Responses to “ACLU Won’t Accept Terrorist ‘Tribunals’”

  1. Oracle says:

    Ooops! No delete feature.

  2. Oracle says:

    I am currently reading Thomas Sowell – Intelectuals and Society and do now understand how these people can hold the perspectives they do. Still not agreeing with the self appointed guardians of society. But at least I have a grasp of why the think as they do. Highly recommended read.

    • canary says:

      I’m not sure any book can explain Obama’s going out of his way, love affair with muslim terrorists.

    • Oracle says:

      Well, Sort of. He actually thinks he is smarter than all the rest of us and based upon that, he can make decisions for all of us.

    • Right of the People says:

      This is nothing new, its been like this through history. There is always someone thinking that they are smarter than everyone else and they should be left to decide all of the important things for the “common idiots” who populate the earth, which in their minds are just about everyone else.

      The really dangerous types are like the current bozo in the Oval Office. He is the typical weakling who was left out of all the popular kids games, etc as a youth and now that he has some power wants his pound of flesh. I used to tell my daughter when she was growing up to be nice to the nerdy kids because sure as hell one of these days they’ll probably be your boss.

      Their type will never understand what true leadership is. They think that being a leader means being in charge and you get to make all the decisions and if one of your decisions doesn’t work, its not your fault, your underlings just were too stupid to understand what you told them. Our boy king Barry is a prime example; his plans are just fine, he just needs to explain it a little clearer to all the dolts out there so they’ll see the his greatness. So easy a caveman could do it.

    • Oracle says:

      @ Right of the People – So you read Sowells book ;)

      The true intellectual is about ideas that gain acceptance from other intellectuals. It matters not if they work or not. Intellectuals don’t go through the messy job of actually implementing their idea or being held accountable if the idea is a failure. If the idea does not pass muster in reality, well that’s ok. They had good intentions. Sound familiar!

    • Right of the People says:


      No haven’t read it. I’m just speaking from years and years of experience of dealing with people of all types. I’ve worked for more than a few of these types (Barry the Weak) over the years and it’s always been painful.

      I once worked for someone who would proudly proclaim to everyone he met that his IQ was 143 like that was something special. He would never listen to anyone else no matter the subject because he was a “genius”. I didn’t have the heart to tell him my IQ was considerably higher, not that he would have believed me anyway. As far as he was concerned he was the smartest person alive, just like the joke in the White House.

      I’ve worked with some truly brilliant people and the really bright ones don’t feel the need to let you know how smart they are. I’ll take real world knowledge and experience over “book learning” any day. I knew a person who had 3 doctorates “who couldn’t pour water out of a boot with instructions on the heel” on the other hand one of the brightest people I ever knew had a GED. He’d dropped out of school to enter the Navy during WWII and never went back to school. He knew more practical engineering than any man I’ve ever met.

  3. proreason says:

    ACLU – they were brainstorming about stuff that Aldous Huxley missed, and came up with the ACLU.

  4. Reality Bytes says:

    When I saw the ad it kinda made me think, “Wishful Thinking! Another false ad just to get Obama some points.”

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