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May 05, 2005

ACLU's Hypocritical Anti-Christian Attacks

hy·poc·ri·sy n.
1. The practice of professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess; falseness.
2. An act or instance of such falseness.

I wish there were a stronger word to describe the ACLU's love-of-civil-rights-except-for-Christians stance. If there is such an adjective, I can't come up with one which doesn't begin with the letter: F.

Let's look at some examples of the ACLU's Christians Need Not Apply hypocrisy.

ACLU Opposes Tax Exemption of All Churches... Except They Support It For Satanists.

The ACLU's official policy #92, "Religious Bodies' Tax Exemption", states: "The ACLU opposes the tax-exemption of all churches..." Source - Twilight of Liberty/The Legacy of The ACLU

For Christians:
"In 1970, the year after the ACLU issued its first policy opposing the tax exempt status for churches, it accepted the advice of church and state extremist Leo Pfeffer and drafted a brief opposing tax exemptions in Waltz v. Tax Commission. In 1987, the ACLU Foundation and the New York Civil Liberties Union filed an amicus brief in support of Abortion Rights Mobilization to secure standing in a suit challenging the tax exempt status of the Catholic Church. The Catholic Church was charged with violating its tax-exempt status by taking a stand against abortion." Source
How dare the Catholic Church take a stand against the most sacred sacrament of abortion! Off with their tax exemption!

For Satanists:
"While the ACLU was taking aim at the Catholic Church's tax exempt status, the Union affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island, came out in favor of a tax exemption for Satanists ." Source
Satanists, on the other hand, honor the most holy Moloch who only demands child sacrifice.

Hypocrisy, thy name is ACLU!

ACLU Opposes the Teaching of Religion in Public Schools... Except They Support It For Islam.

Since the landmark Engle decision in 1962 (in which the Supreme Court Christian removed prayer from the public schools' classrooms), the ACLU has been doggedly pursuing the complete elimination of all references to the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob from America's classrooms and universities.

For Christians:
In its recent lawsuit against Louisiana's Tangipahoa Parish School, the ACLU is calling for the fining and imprisonment of the school's Board "for their calculated un-American and immoral conduct to embarrass, hinder or obstruct the court in the administration of justice." To the ACLU, God is now "un-American" and "immoral". The first reason for this latest ACLU contempt charge is due to Shane Tycer (not a school employee) broadcasting a prayer (Christian of course-not Muslim) over the school's public address system, before a basketball game. This flew in the face of a prior ACLU obtained court order (it's easy for the ACLU to get these "court orders" when judges are in its pockets), which disallows Christian prayer anywhere and anytime at the schools.

The initial ACLU lawsuit against the Louisiana school, which was precipitated by one parent complaint (no doubt an ACLU "plant"), included a suit against an elementary school student for reciting the Lord's Prayer before a school board meeting. Guess it's time for our children to spend a stint in jail, for their disallowed Christian religious beliefs! Source

Do not mistake the ACLU's position as one of wanting to remove all references to religion from the public arena, it is only all references to Christianity they want erased and expunged.

For Islam:
Mainstream America is reeling with absolute shock from the politically correct decision of the University of North Carolina requiring incoming freshmen to read "Approaching the Qu-ran: The Early Revelations."

The book clearly is a defense of Islam that conveniently leaves out verses that call for the murder of infidels. UNC Chancellor James Moeser, defended his position of assigning the book saying, "It helps us from demonizing a whole group of people with being an enemy simply by practicing the same religion."

Apparently the sacred American Civil Liberties Union doctrines of the separation of church and state only apply to Christians and Jews. How else can you explain why the North Carolina ACLU went to court to support the University of North Carolina's mandatory reading assignment of the pro-Islam book for incoming freshmen? Source

... Or ...

For Islam:
In California, a "mandate" has been put in place in the public school system that Islam shall and must be taught to students. Some have argued that this mandate does not exist. But, it does. Melanie Morgan (a California talk-show host) advises that when her son was in 7th grade he was not allowed to graduate to the 8th grade until he could recite and explain the Seven Pillars of Islam. If that is not a mandated public school requirement, nothing is. Although the command is that the Islamic religion must be studied, references to the Christian religion are not allowed. The ACLU has not objected to this. Source

Hypocrisy, thy name is ACLU!


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