18 December 2006

Giving the ACLU a taste of its own medicine

(The following is prefaced with an apology to Dr. Seuss):
In the heart of Texas, in the city of Austin,
The credibility of the ACLU they were accostin'!
"Pooh-pooh to the ACLU!" they were laugh-ish-ly humming.
They're finding out now that YES!! Christmas IS coming!
They're just waking up! I know just what they'll do!
Their mouths will hang open a minute or two
Then all the ACLU's down in ACLU-ville will all cry BOO-HOO-HOO!"
The Young Conservative of Texas (U of Texas chapter) is attacking the ACLU in a way that the American Criminal Liberals Union can't stop: a politically correct Nativity scene. (Stop the ACLU has more) This is what makes America great! When a bunch of people get fed up with something, and instead of going and crying to the courts, they protest in a way that lets people see how goofy the other side is.

A supporter of the ACLU club was interviewed, and maintained that Roger Baldwin disavowed communism later in life. However, the group he started has obviously not done the same. Stop the ACLU has many links to many cases proving this. If it is true that Mr. Baldwin did indeed separate himself from the Red Menace, then it would only be fair to liken him to two key figures in the march toward legalized abortion (Norma McCorvey and Bernard Nathanson) who have since become two of the fiercest opponents of that dreadful scourge.


(For more pictures, go here.)

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