Friday, November 17, 2006

Democrats Out To Fulfill ACLU Agenda

Crossposted from Stop the ACLU

When the Democrats had their victory in the elections the ACLU cheered! So did our enemies.

Leading up to the elections the ACLU did not hide the fact that they wanted the
Democrats in charge. The ACLU have a lot to cheer about. They know that the
liberal left will help them further their agenda. We are already seeing it
happen. The Democrats are the ACLU's best vehicle towards shaping America into
their vision.

The ACLU rely on activist liberal judges as their avenue of enacting their
goals. It violated its own policy in order to stymie the nomination of William Rehnquist to the Supreme Court.
It led the fight to defeat the confirmation of Robert Bork. It fought against
John Roberts, and fought hard to keep Samuel Alito from
joining the Supreme Court. They definitely have a preference for what type of
judges they want on the Supreme Court. No doubt, one of their strongholds is
having one of their own on the bench. With the current rumors on John Paul Steven's
health
, I'm sure they are thrilled with Schumer's latest proclaimation.

More than the inability to influence Iraq policy or the President’s
tax cuts, Chuck Schumer says that the single greatest failure of the Democrats
as an opposition party was allowing Samuel Alito to join the Supreme Court.

“Judges are the most important,” said Mr. Schumer, who orchestrated the
implausible Democratic takeover of the Senate last week. “One more justice would
have made it a 5-4 conservative, hard-right majority for a long time. That won’t
happen.”


Schumer seems to be on a roll too.

The ACLU have much more to cheer about. When it comes to the war on terror the
ACLU consistently choose the wrong side. Despite recent polls indicating that
most Americans do not feel civil liberties have been harmed by the war on terror, they have made a mantra over over the NSA surveillance program. They have
called on their Democrat friends in Congress to shut down any attempt by the lame duck Congress to
pass legislation that would further this program. They have reason to cheer
once again as the Democrats have every intention to
block NSA legislation.
The Democrats have the ACLU talking points down pat.

There are a lot of bad bills that the Republicans may try to ram
through, but here’s the worst of the worst - a bill to legalize the President’s
warrantless wiretapping program. The White House is desperate to enact this
bill, which allows the government to spy on American citizens, on American soil,
without a warrant.

If we want to show people that we have what it takes to govern, we need to start proving ourselves right now, from day one.

Proving ourselves means standing up for Democratic values, and stopping the
worn-out Republican agenda that Americans just rejected at the
polls.


The ACLU expressed outrage when
President Bush signed the Military Commissions Act of 2006 allowing us to
harshly interrogate captured terrorists. Now that the doors of Congress have
been opened up to the ACLU's buddies in CAIR, the ACLU have more
reason to cheer. Sen. Patrick Leahy is drafting a bill to undo portions of
the new law in an effort to create habeas corpus rights for enemy combatants.

The ACLU has opposed searches of all kinds whether they are profiled, random, or
across the board. I'm sure they are applauding the recent words of Pelosi, our new Speaker of the House.
Read in full at Sweetness and Light.

"Since September 11th, many Muslim Americans have been subjected to
searches at airports and other locations based upon their religion and national
origin, without any credible information linking individuals to criminal
conduct," Pelosi continued. "Racial and religious profiling is fundamentally
un-American and we must make it illegal.


Rumsfeld's resignation was not enough for the far left at the ACLU. They smelled blood and wanted more. They applauded but called for an immediate
investigation into direlection of duty.

The American Civil Liberties Union today applauded Donald Rumsfeld’s
resignation from his post as Defense Secretary, and called on Congress to
investigate the gross abuse of power committed under his watch.

“Donald Rumsfeld’s resignation is a step in the right direction,” said Anthony
D. Romero, ACLU Executive Director. “Rumsfeld is responsible for the torture and
abuse of detainees in U. S. military custody and must be held accountable for
the failures that occurred on his watch. He has placed the blame on junior
military members and has been nothing but derelict in his duty. Congress must
initiate an immediate and exhaustive investigation into his six-year-long record of unlawful activity, violations of the rule of law and
complicity in the executive branch abuse of power.”


No wonder the ACLU cheered the Democrat victory. They have much to be happy
about. The ACLU rode into town on the back of the donkeys. While things have
changed in their favor, the reality of the treat we face has not. It is more
important now than ever for the Republicans, despite being the minority, step up
to the plate and fight against this far left agenda.

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