It's tempting to say, "it's a Family tradition"; but my antecedents didn't even know what the ACLU was or what they stood for.
Bless 'em all-because they were spared the heart ache and inner rage that this organization has caused so many Americans with their relentless campaign to wipe our religious heritage off the face of the historical map.
30 years ago this kind of ACLU outrage would have shocked and infuriated Americans to the point that they would be demanding our courts to do something about it-or even taking matters into their own hands.
No more. The atheists and the secularists are truly winning the battle of American values with cooperation from the liberal jurists, appointed by left wing advocates for the complete secularism of America.
Oh, I'll keep railing about it all right. It's a "cold dead fingers" kind of thing with me.
But too many Americans, confronted with the ACLU's tax payer subsidized financal maneuvers and it's Caesar's army legions of brief case carriers have simply given up.
Too bad. Too damned bad to contemplate really.
I'm glad I won't be around to see the final consequences of the continued battering of our moral and religious heritage and our total capitulation in allowing less than 10% of Americans to set the standards and the moral tone for the rest of this country.
That's not what made this country the greatest on the face of the earth.
And it's not who we are!!
Or at least it didn't used to be............
P.C. INSANITY AT THE PENTAGON
By Michelle Malkin June 24,2004
An East Tennessee man who runs an organization that works to memorialize American soldiers and police officers is now battling the U.S. Army.
Bob Parker runs a non-profit organization called "Fallen Friend." Since 1996, Parker has sent special medallions to the survivors of soldiers and police officers killed in the line of duty.On one side of the medallions is a picture of the Liberty Bell; on the other is a reference to a Bible verse.
"That is Jesus' word, John 15:13," says Parker. "The verse says 'No man has any greater love than a man lay down his life for his friends'."
Although Parker has been working with all the branches of the U.S. military to send the medals to surviving family members, he recently received a letter from the Army informing him that-
" because the medals contain a religious reference, the Army can no longer facilitate their distribution."