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ACLU Loses Plaintiff, and Ten Commandments Case

FrankMP Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 10:27 AM
If the ACLU were to be eliminated, where would lawyers get their communist training before running for a high political office as the peoples compassionate party, "DEMONCRATS". I seem to recall the ACLU was supposedly started to assist those people being discriminated against in securing jobs, housing and prevent criminal activity towards some people from gaining equal footing in society. Then I was astonished to learn that I am being taxed to pay these leeches to destroy Christianity.
Dean197 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 10:58 AM
The ACLU has been on the side of Christians in many cases, such as the right of students to wear religious jewelry. Their criteria isn't 'which side is Christian', it's 'which side is violating the First Amendment?'.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has lost its six-year campaign to tear down a Ten Commandments monument at the Dixie County, Florida courthouse.

They've even lost their usual extortion money for harassing a community.

The case fell apart after the plaintiff, an anonymous North Carolina man who had planned to come to Dixie County to live in his RV, decided not to move there after all.

Senior U.S. District Judge Maurice M. Paul dismissed the case without prejudice on Feb. 13, because the plaintiff lacked standing. The ACLU could re-file if an actual resident is willing to buck the strong...

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