Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Why I Hate The ACLU

Perhaps the ACLU does some good somewhere. Perhaps. But it overcomes that with the Atheist evil it does.
New Jersey School Skips Legal Battle, Will No Longer Recite “God Bless America

HADDON HEIGHTS, N.J. (CBS) — Students at a Haddon Heights Elementary School are getting a real-life lesson in Constitutional law.

Staffers at Glenview Elementary School say it became a daily ritual for students to say “God bless America” after the morning recital of the Pledge of Allegiance.

Principal Sam Sassano says it was not something the school promoted or required; it just endured as a way to honor first responders after 9/11.

“It never, to us, invoked any type of religious intentions. It was basically a patriotic gesture that the boys and girls were doing,” Sassano told KYW Newsradio.

But Sassano says the ACLU sent the school board attorney a letter challenging the recital of “God Bless America” as unconstitutional.

Rather than engage in an expensive legal battle, Sassano sent an email to parents over the weekend saying the school will look for alternate ways to honor those in the September 11th tragedy.

The ACLU bullies the weakest, and ignores the Washington DC government buildings which are covered with religious verses and mottoes. They know that the ACLU would lose if they tried to bully the actual US Government the way they do the local school districts. They are bullies, pure and simple: Atheist bullies.

Any actual literate and discriminating person who reads the First Amendment knows that the US Constitution protects religion from Atheist Asses, and does not require anything beyond prohibiting congress from passing legislation regarding religion. The ACLU is promoting an Atheist lie.
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
This amendment is purely about what the US Congress may not do. Nothing else. NOTHING.

And "stare decisis" [note 1] be damned: The US Supreme Court has historically been evil itself as it promoted slavery and other racist programs which had to be overturned by subsequent courts which were not Democrat controlled. There needs to be a non-Atheist Supreme Court, which is presented with a decision on ACLU and FFRF bullying of small fry organizations which can't fight back.

Note 1:
Definition of stare decisis:
A doctrine or policy of following rules or principles laid down in previous judicial decisions unless they contravene the ordinary principles of justice. Stare Decisis has been dismissed in many supreme court cases which were ultimately overthrown by more sane supreme courts.


Rikalonius said...

I'm sure you've seen this:


So the ACLU vows to protect the Muslim 'victims' while spending the last century trying to purge Christianity from American life.

Stan said...

I missed that, thanks for the link. I will post this.

CJ said...

If anyone believed the ACLU has no sense of humor, this would put that idea definitively to bed.

Start from "God bless America", count back eight words and one arrives at the phrase "under God", whose constitutionality the ACLU knows d*mn well the courts have upheld on multiple occasions. And those same students are jingling coins in their pockets emblazoned with "in God we trust", which has also been found constitutional. As a patriotic expression, "God bless America" has if anything a longer and more certain history than either of the others.

No one at the ACLU can seriously believe that saying "God" in the Pledge is constitutional, but repeating it again a mere eight words further on is not. Therefore, I conclude this act was a deliberate bit of self-parody.