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    ACLU sponsoring Ilegal Alien March On Labor Day

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    ACLU sponsoring Ilegal Alien March On Labor Day
    by Jay on 08-02-06 @ 3:40 pm Filed under ACLU, Border Control/Homeland Security, News
    Via Diggers Realm:

    Illegal aliens and their proponents plan to march through major US cities on September 4, 2006 and once again flaunt the numbers of law breakers in our society. The planned marches are being organized by Nativo Lopez, the organizer of previous illegal alien marches. The marches were announced at the Washington D.C. planning conference of Illegal Aliens in Washington D.C., July 28 -30th.

    The ACLU of Texas and CAIR are proudly on the list. Diggers Realm has the entire list of idiots.

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the ACLU a liberal organization which defends civil rights protected by the Constitution?

    I want these jokers to give me a reference from the Constitution stating anything about illegal immigrant civil rights.
    "Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same results is the definition of insanity. " Albert Einstein.

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    I think they are trying to adopt "human rights" along in their agenda and leave the illegal or legal aspect out of the picture.
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    Am I wrong? I thought ACLU meant AMERICAN Civil Liberties Union.

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    Just sent the following to the ACLU:

    I will no longer support the ACLU as I believed in the past your organization supported the rights of Americans. The ACLU is now striking down the jobs and protection of the American worker by supporting the influx of illegal immigrants to take the American workers jobs at a reduced rate.

    Your organization should be ashamed of its' actions. Since you are no longer in support of America, please change your name to the WCLU (World Civil Liberties Union) so as not to mislead the public that you represent the plight of legal Americans and legal immigrants.

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    Well, which it is that ACLU stands for the American Civil Liberities Union or the Anarchy Communist LaRaza Union? Or the Association for Crazy Lunatic Union?

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    Well, which it is that ACLU stands for the American Civil Liberities Union or the Anarchy Communist LaRaza Union? Or the Association for Crazy Lunatic Union?


    Sawdust, Well said!!! The Anarchy Communist LaRaza Union definatly fits as a better acronym.
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    The ACLU sounds like, but I don't believe it is, an organization that has the best interest of this country at heart.

    History of the ACLU
    http://65.240.226.70/Pages/ACLU/decades.html



    1920's and 1930's
    Founded by Roger Baldwin, 1920
    Several crucial leaders of the ACLU were members of the Communist Party. Earl Browder, then General Secretary of the Communist Party, said the ACLU functioned as "a transmission belt" for the party.


    1940's and 1950's
    In 1945 the ACLU opposed laws requiring prostitutes to submit to examinations or vaccinations, saying these violated the women's rights to "medical liberty."
    In 1957 the board of directors declared that it was not the business of the ACLU "to evaluate the social validity of laws aimed at the suppression or elimination of homosexuals."


    1960's
    The ACLU's increasing success in the courtroom brings it a growing notoriety and increasing access to powerful financial and political resources.
    In the late 60's American culture's increasing hostility toward Christian values frees the ACLU to make aggressive legal assaults on organized religions.
    In 1967 the ACLU adopted a "pro-choice" position on abortion.


    1970's
    In 1975 the ACLU came out in favor of special rights for homosexuals.
    In 1977 the ACLU initiated its "Reproductive Freedom Project" that, over the next 16 years, utilized 17 full-time employees and a budget of $2 million.


    1980's
    In 1986 the ACLU created its "Lesbian and Gay Rights" project.
    September 1986 - The ACLU successfully sues fifth grade public school teacher Kenneth Roberts, forcing him to remove his personal Bible from his classroom desk. Roberts kept the Bible on top of his desk, and he read from it during his class' silent reading time. He never read it to his students or told them they had to read it. (Contrast this to the ACLU's actions in February and March, 2001, in Anaheim, California. This time, the ACLU threatened to sue the public school board if they did not put pro-homosexual propaganda on the shelves of the high school library.)
    In 1988 the ACLU barred a doctor from telling a Kansas man's former wife that her ex-husband had tested positive for AIDS. In the words of the director of the ACLU's Privacy and Technology Project, "The benefits of confidentiality outweigh the possibility that somebody may be injured."
    In 1989 the government granted tax exemptions for Satanists - a position the ACLU has supported.


    1990's
    In 1992 the ACLU persuaded a judge to approve adoption of a young boy by his mother's lesbian partner.
    In 1993 in Pennsylvania the ACLU successfully opposed parental approval for teaching about substance abuse or human reproduction and forbade any discussion of morality and violence.
    In 1995 the ACLU spoke out against the Flag Amendment which would have banned burnings and desecrations of the American flag.
    March 1995 - The ACLU files a lawsuit against Alabama Circuit Judge Roy Moore to force him to discontinue prayer in his courtroom and remove a Ten Commandments plaque from the wall behind his bench. Judge Moore countersued, asking a state court to resolve the constitutionality of official acknowledgements of God. This was the beginning of an ongoing, on-again off-again series of legal battles between the ACLU and Judge Moore.
    In 1996 the ACLU convinced the Supreme Court to overturn Colorado's "Amendment Two," regarding homosexual special rights.
    In 1996 the ACLU worked with senators to defeat legislation providing federally-funded cash vouchers to students in Washington D.C.'s religious schools.
    In 1997 the ACLU successfully beseeched the Supreme Court to protect the rights of pornographers on the Internet - including the right to show their images to children.


    2000 - Present
    May 2000 - Arizona Governor Jane Hull issues a proclamation celebrating the birth of Buddha. An ACLU spokesperson said, "Although we may think proclamations are inappropriate, they may not violate the Constitution." (In 1998, when Governor Hull issued a proclamation declaring a "Bible Week," the ACLU sued, claiming a violation of the so-called "separation of church and state.")
    January 2001 - At a press conference co-hosted by Planned Parenthood President Gloria Feldt, ACLU President Nadine Strossen lambasted Attorney General nominee John Ashcroft. Strossen claimed he had a "fundamental disdain for the Constitution," simply because he is pro-life, pro-family, favors common-sense restrictions on virtual (Internet) child pornography, and questions the notion of the so-called "separation of church and state."
    April 2002 - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit struck down a Colorado law requiring parents be notified when their underage daughters sought abortions. The ACLU supported the suit to have the law struck down.
    April 2002 - The U.S. Supreme Court struck down major portions of the Child Pornography Protection Act, which prohibited Internet porn hawkers from making "virtual" child pornography. The ACLU immediately declared victory, calling it a triumph for "free speech."
    January 2003 - The Hawaii branch of the ACLU filed suit to remove a requirement from a public school honor code that students pledge their "love for God." Without going to court, the school backed down.
    February 2003 - A federal district judge prohibited Florida officials from blocking an anti-war demonstration at a public park that featured a peace symbol at a public park, comprised of nude bodies. Said an ACLU attorney, "For these demonstrators, nudity is an essential part of their political expression."




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    Donohue, William A. Twilight of Liberty: The Legacy of the ACLU. Transaction Publishers, 1994.






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    Newmexican,

    You're right about one thing. The ACLU used to be for Americans. Not anymore.
    "Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same results is the definition of insanity. " Albert Einstein.

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    We are Americans and the ACLU does not speak for us!

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