Saturday, September 29, 2007

Get the ACLU Out Of Our Bathrooms

by Terence Jeffrey - September 26th, 2007 -

"The ACLU has a long history of vigorously defending the right to privacy -- including the right to reproductive freedom," the organization told the Supreme Court last year in a brief arguing that partial-birth abortion is a constitutional right.

But two recent court cases demonstrate there is at least one place where the ACLU rejects the right to privacy -- at least for certain classes of people. It is in the bathroom.

Last week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit upheld a decision by U.S. District Judge David Sam, who spurned the ACLU's claim that an anatomical male had a right to use women's restrooms.

The ANARCHY and CRIMINAL LIBERTIES UNION. That is the paraphrase for this organization that I have long felt a more appropriate description. This group is dedicated to destroying American culture. The only thing you can be sure as to what side they will take in any case is . . . . what does most to destroy our nation.

Your daughter should be forced to share a bathroom with men. That is the side that the ACLU took in this case. Remember this case the next time you hear about the ACLU claiming to side with some criminal because his rights have been violated. They want that criminal to watch your daughter in the bathroom too. Your daughter may not share a bathroom with other women only as that is a violation of the rights of men.

The ACLU said it, I didn't!


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