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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » North Carolina City to ACLU: Take Your Threats and Shove Em!
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All too often, cities choose to cave in when the American Communist Litigation Unit threaten to bankrupt them with lawsuits unless they change their rules to reflect the views of the ACLU rather than their constituents.

Thomasville, NC, is an example of the opposite.

Personally, we’d have explained freedom of speech and religious expression to the freaks by wrapping a copy of the First Amendment around a stick of dynamite, shoving it up the arse of the nearest ACLU attorney and lighting the fuse.

Meanwhile, in less encouraging news, the Pedophile Rights Union ACLU continue to try defining the marketing of pornography to children as a Constitutional right.

We’re sure that their former Virginia Chapter President, Charles Rust-Tierney, would agree. Why is that child rape fan still among the living, by the way?

17 Responses to “North Carolina City to ACLU: Take Your Threats and Shove Em!”
  1. Unregistered Comment by Kamchatka Bear

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    How do we send them money to cover the legal expenses in case American Council of Looonies decides to ‘puke’?

  2. Gang of One Comment by Gang of One

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    The ACLU never met degeneracy it did not champion or actually indulge.
    Phuque ‘em.

  3. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Way to go, Thomasville, NC!

    The more people who tell these asswipes to go piss up a rope, the better we will all be.

  4. TJ's Anti-Contrarian Blog Comment by TJ's Anti-Contrarian Blog

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    YAAAYYY For North Carolina

    Boooo for the American Council for Licking the Underaged

  5. Unregistered Comment by baboo

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    I’m actually curious - how does the ACLU find stuff like this to file lawsuits against? WTF?! Do they travel all over America just *looking* for this shit?

    Who do they file lawsuits on the behalf of? I mean, I know that sometimes there’s some puppet-pawn of a family that gets dragged into this, but most of the time I just read, “The ACLU filed a lawsuit today…”

    However, interestingly enough, the ACLU is apparently against campaign finance reform. This doesn’t vindicate the ACLU in any way - I think that it shows that it’s not entirely in the pocket of the Democrats - notice I said “DEMOCRATS,” as in Mrs. Bill Clinton and her ilk - not “libs” or “fucking commies” or whatever. It’s still an evil organization, but it’s interesting that they happen to be against this particular thing.

    Well, whatever. Fuck the ACLU. But that article is something we should all have bookmarked, mirrored, and printed out.

    baboo

  6. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie

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    The only way the ACLU has any power at all is when people cave.

    If every entity that they filed a lawsuit against fought it, the bastiches would be broke and never be a threat again.

    Faggots!

  7. Unregistered Comment by Kamchatka Bear

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    ‘If every entity that they filed a lawsuit against fought it, the bastiches would be broke and never be a threat again.’

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Civil_Liberties_Union#Funding
    [edit] Funding
    The ACLU receives funding from a large number of sources. The distribution and amount of funding for state affiliates varies from state to state. For example, the ACLU of New Jersey reported $1.2 million in income to both the ACLU-NJ and its affiliated tax-exempt foundation in the 2005 fiscal year. Of that income, 46% came from contributions, 19% came from membership dues, 18% came from court awarded attorney fees, 12% came from grants, 4% came from investment income and the remainder from other sources. Its expenses in the same period were $800,000, of which 12% went to administration and management ACLU-NJ, Annual Report, ACLU-NJ, 2005. Smaller affiliates with fewer resources, such as that in Nebraska, receive subsidies from the national ACLU.[18]

    but also
    nearly complete list of organizations funding ACLU

    http://www.stoptheaclu.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=112&Itemid=46

    HOWEVER:
    While most Americans remain unaware of it, the ACLU has been reaping millions of dollars in taxpayer-paid profits in lawsuits against veterans memorials, the Boy Scouts, or against the public display of the Ten Commandments or other symbol of our American heritage with a religious aspect.

    For but three examples, the ACLU received some $950,000 in attorney fees in a settlement with the City of San Diego in the ACLU’s lawsuit to drive the Boy Scouts out of Balboa Park. In the famous Judge Roy Moore Ten Commandments Case, the ACLU, and cohort so-called “public interest” law firms, received $500,000. In the recent “Intelligent Design” case against the Dover school board, the ACLU received $2,000,000 in attorneys by order of a judge — although the law firm which represented the ACLU informed the court and public that it had acted pro bono and waived any attorney fees. Thus, it was pure profit to the ACLU.

    Further, the ACLU has used the threat of imposition of taxpayer-paid attorney fees to extort local elected bodies, city or county councils, school boards, into surrender to the ACLU’s demands to secularly cleanse the public sphere of any evidence of our American religious heritage.

    Moreover, the threat of imposition of orders to pay ACLU’s attorney fees in such cases has caused third parties, like The American Legion and other non-profit organizations, to suffer a chilling effect on their First Amendment rights to participate in such lawsuits to protect veterans’ memorials.

    S. 3696 (PERA), and H.R. 2679 (PERA), would put an end to that abuse of benevolently intended laws by the ACLU, or anyone else following the ACLU’s precedents, for instance, Islamist terrorists or their sympathizers in our midst.

    This reform of the law should be supported by all Americans across all party, ideological, philosophical, or religious lines.

    Simply put, the ACLU’s profiteering at taxpayer-expense by exploitation of benevolently intended civil rights laws intended to benefit poor people is a disgrace.
    (source:http://stoptheaclu.com/archives/2006/08/01/senate-hearings-on-public-expression-of-religion-act-set-for-wednessday/)

    petetions you can sign against ACLU
    http://www.reclaimamerica.org/pages/Petitions.aspx?CID=33
    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/ACLU/
    http://www.petitiononline.com/stopACLU/petition.html
    http://therealuglyamerican.com/2006/08/01/stop-the-aclu-from-receiving-millions-in-tax-payer-subsidies/
    I am sure there are many more

  8. Cheapshot911 Comment by Cheapshot911

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    Grussen Baboo

    I’m actually curious - how does the ACLU find stuff like this to file lawsuits against?

    Nope, folks call them.
    They will do a hasty review along with a scan of recent newsbytes,,if it shows on the publicity-scope with a feasible level of emotional ballast, then they will consider it to be lucritve enough to justify their involvement.
    It’s about money and fame. Justice is the talking point, as opposed to the goal.

  9. Unregistered Comment by T

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    And let us not forget who finances the Assholes, Communists and Lawyers Union - YOU AND ME!! These bastards get TAX MONEY for this!! Otherwise, they would shrivel up like the maggot infested dung piles they are and represent.

  10. Emperor Misha I Comment by Emperor Misha I

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    I’m actually curious - how does the ACLU find stuff like this to file lawsuits against? WTF?! Do they travel all over America just *looking* for this shit?

    They’ve got chapters everywhere, so what they usually do (when not contacted directly) is to look around for a grievance to make money on.

    Who do they file lawsuits on the behalf of? I mean, I know that sometimes there’s some puppet-pawn of a family that gets dragged into this, but most of the time I just read, “The ACLU filed a lawsuit today…”

    Absent an actual complaint, they’ll fish around for somebody to file a suit on behalf on. As long as they can find ONE, they have a suit, regardless of whether the thousands of other people in the area have no problem with the issue.

    Then they threaten and bluster and, most of the time, the entity they sue (mostly schools and cities) will fold to avoid bankrupting themselves, no matter how bogus the complaint is.

    The ACLU then cashes in on the taxpayers having to pay their “legal fees”, whatever they decide they should be.

  11. Dick Comment by Dick

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    We ought to be allowed to hunt those worthless fucks.
    No bag limit.
    How do you ACLU cocksuckers like that for freedom of speech?

  12. Ralphie Comment by Ralphie

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    The ACLU has no problem with organised prayer in public schools.

    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/PrintStory.pl?document_id=2003062394&zsection_id=2002119998&slug=prayer15m&date=20060615

    As long as that prayer is islamic.

    Christians need not apply.

    Anyone doubt that the ACLU is anti-American?

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  14. Ralphie Comment by Ralphie

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    What does this mean?
    I tried to post a comment on misha watch.

    I realize I’m new, but someone could have warned me that this site is being stalked by a commie that seems to advocate sexual activity with chickens.

    # Ralpie Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.
    March 22nd, 2007 at 8:48 pm

    Apparently everyone except me already knows this;

    Domain name: mishawatch.com

    Registrant Contact:
    American National Socialists
    Demitri Bagons (BOINKINGCHICKEN@GMAIL.COM)
    +1.8664592245
    Fax: +1.8664592245
    P.O. Box 856
    Fairdale, KY 40118
    US

    What the hell is wrong with you commie fucktards?
    You call me a Nazi?! (National Socialist)
    You must be joking.
    American National Socialists? Why not shorten your organisations name to AmNazis?

    I also have deep reservations about anyone whose email address appears to espouse sex with poultry.

  15. Unregistered Comment by baboo

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    ‘Tag, Cheapshot! (hey, I live *close* to Bavaria, not *in* it!), and thanks Emp. Misha the First - both of you - for the explanation.

    Anyway, to continue:

    OK, yeah - makes sense. I didn’t think about the fact that they have little local dens everywhere of weepy-eyed, hormonal college students to carry out their legwork for them. (that’s just my guess of who spends all their time reading the news for the ACLU).

    I swear, I give waaaay too much credit to the Useful Idiots in our country. I would love to be a fly on the wall in *any* ACLU facility, just to hear the messed up shit that comes out of their pie-holes when they think nobody (sane) is listening.

  16. NCLivingBrit Comment by NCLivingBrit

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    Ah the treasured NC tradition of “Take your X and shove it up your Y. Sideways.”

    There’s a few things down this way that annoy the Hell out of me (changing the name of a road every hundred f***ing yards!) but that attitude ain’t one of ‘em :)

    There’s a reason they call them Tarheels after all…..

  17. juandos Comment by juandos

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    Maybe the ACLU will have its collective attention diverted to the ‘Jersey Guys’… :thumbup_tb:

    “Scapegoating and stereotyping Latinos does nothing but give bigoted individuals a platform to make ethnic slurs and racist comments,” said Assemblyman Wilfredo Caraballo of Newark, calling the campaign a “publicity stunt” that could incite violence against Hispanics.

    But anyone expecting an apology was sorely disappointed when Mr. Carton and Mr. Rossi held an on-air news conference a few hours after Mr. Caraballo’s comments. Seeking to profit from the recently ignited firestorm, the Jersey Guys gathered a corps of journalists, most of them Hispanic, in their Trenton studios and gleefully refused to back down. They insisted that the campaign was not anti-Hispanic and that the phrase “La Cucha Gotcha” was inoffensive, likening the song “La Cucaracha” to a lullaby or a patriotic standard like “Yankee Doodle Dandy.”

    After calling Assemblyman Caraballo a “pathetic liar,” Mr. Carton repeated his call to deport every illegal immigrant in the country. “If you’re here illegally, you are breaking the law — no better, no worse than the guy who robs the liquor store or the guy who waits to case your house out and robs you of your belongings,” he said. “You are a criminal.”

    He went on to blame illegal immigrants for the state’s high property taxes, problems with uninsured drivers and violent crime. He also hinted that illegal immigrants were more likely to become terrorists. “Our country is at war right now, and it’s very important that we protect our kids, and one of the ways you can protect them is to not let undocumented immigrants into this country,” he said.