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No Posts Today or Tomorrow

Posted by Mark on June 2, 2005

The kids will finish school tomorrow. I’ll be taking some time to hang out with them, in preparation of a fun summer. I may be back on Monday, sooner if events warrant.

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No Posts Today or Tomorrow

Posted by Mark on June 2, 2005

The kids will finish school tomorrow. I’ll be taking some time to hang out with them, in preparation of a fun summer. I may be back on Monday, sooner if events warrant.

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Funny Quote of the Day so far…

Posted by zaphriel on June 2, 2005

In an e-mail sent to me today…

“Anybody that wants the presidency so much that
he would spend 2 years campaigning and
organizing for it, should not be trusted with the
office.”

Just found it funny and often true.

and here are a few more…

“I sure miss the day when someone else pumped
your gas for you. It was much cheaper back then.

An adolescent is someone who acts like a baby
when they aren’t treated like an adult.

I have two words for any teacher who complains
about being underpaid: summer job.”

Have a nice day, all.
Z.

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The Thursday Stop The ACLU Blogburst: What I Dislike Most About The ACLU

Posted by zaphriel on June 2, 2005

You know what really burns me about the ACLU? There are so many things, it is hard to isolate them, but there is one thing that always come to the forefront on my mind.

The ACLU is the epitome of hypocrisy.

They parade around claiming to defend everyone’s rights, but somehow, they are always conveniently missing when someone with a conservative viewpoint needs help (or they conveniently take “no position” on the “issue”) Because of course they only push issues, not actual defend people.

They say they defend the bill of rights and the foundation of America. But they conveniently leave out portions of the constitution that do not fit their liberal agenda. They interpret “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof”, not as freedom of religion, but that religion has no place in the public lexicon.

But it’s not really surprising since the organization was founded in 1920 by Roger Nash Baldwin, who was a noted civil libertarian, pacifist, and left-wing social activist who held Communist views, a man who was greatly influenced by the radical social movement of the Anarchists and developed a lasting sympathy for the Soviet Union and Communism.

Save for a few good and well intentioned early works of the ACLU, it has been perfectly clear that the ACLU pushes, and sympathizes to this day with communism. They have been leftist from the start, and continue to subscribe to the slow degradation of society. They do this by taking on extremely controversial cases to defend the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi groups, and NAMBLA, a group which supports legalization of pedophilia. They sue to degrade our sources of Morality, our churches, and they with to completely separate religion from public life, and to remove all religious symbols (especially Christian one’s) from public view.

I would have allot more respect for them if they actually equally defended everyone’s rights, not just those cases that further their political agenda.

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