The ACLU: The Laughing-Stock of America

17 10 2006

Filed under: NSA, Detainee, ACLU, Politics

Today, President Bush signed the bill into law that will allow terrorists to be interrogated harshly, as they should be for being . . . well, for being a terrorist.

President Bush signed legislation Tuesday authorizing tough interrogation of terror suspects and smoothing the way for trials before military commissions, calling it a “vital tool” in the war against terrorism.

Bush’s plan for treatment of the terror suspects became law just six weeks after he acknowledged that the CIA had been secretly interrogating suspected terrorists overseas and pressed Congress to quickly give authority to try them in military commissions.

“With the bill I’m about to sign, the men our intelligence officials believe orchestrated the murder of nearly 3,000 innocent people will face justice,” Bush said.

The ACLU disgraced itself once again by calling it one of the worst civil liberties measures ever enacted in American history.

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To highlight concerns with the act, the ACLU took out a full page advertisement in today’s Washington Post, calling itself “the most conservative organization in America.” Since its founding, the ACLU has fought to conserve the system of checks and balances and defend the Bill of Rights.

The most conservative organization in America? First, I don’t think the ACLU truly knows what the word conservative means. And they certainly don’t behave as if they want to be associated with conservatives.

This is probably the funniest things I have seen all week. The system of checks and balances and our Bill of Rights are for citizens of America. Not terrorists from other countries that were captured abroad. What a laughing-stock.

Jay Stephenson:

Once again the ACLU think they are the ones to define “American Values”. Thank God that isn’t true. The tough interrogation techniques which were revealed to include things such as belly slaps, loud music, and shirt grabbing are far from torture and have proven to be vital tools in getting information from top terror leaders.

People caught on the battlefields have no reason to tie up the American courts. This bill is a much needed tool in our fight against Islamofacist fanatics, and will no doubt result in saving American lives. But if its good for America, you can count on the ACLU to be against it.

Exactly. The ACLU is fast becoming the laughing stock of America as they continue to embarrass themselves and our country. Fortunately, most Americans and most foreigners with any intelligence knows that the organization was forged in the deep, dark mountain of Communism and it will have the same fate.

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