Blame ACLU for Newtown Shootings
Hundreds of people are appearing on TV or writing articles trying to explain the cause(s) of the massacres at Newtown, Aurora, etc. Most of the causes that have been named as possibilities – i.e. availability of weapons of war, mishandling of mentally ill persons, breakdown of societal mores, etc. have one of two problems: either they can not really be changed, or, especially for gun control, will have no effect on the problem. However, if you want to point to one cause that can be attacked and eliminated, it is the ACLU. There is no organization that has done more to destroy societal mores, destroy Judeo/Christian symbols and support, destroy respect for authority, and led the way to the pandering and enabling of sex offenders and deinstitutionalization of mentally ill persons than the ACLU.
If the American people could wake up to the destruction caused by this organization to the extent that it loses its support and standing, over time we could perhaps regain some of the boundaries we used to observe, and decent people could regain some of the protections they used to enjoy.
Just one small example of the harm done by the ACLU:
Sex Offenders Say California Law Infringes Free SpeechWhen you see reports in the newspaper every day of a child that was molested, it was the ACLU that put that person in your neighborhood. When you see persons obviously with serious mental issues in your Dunkin Donuts, it was the ACLU that put them there. When you lose the monument with the Ten Commandments that stood in the square for 100 years, and the creche that is also gone, it was the ACLU that removed them. When the principal of your school refuses to let the word "Christmas" be used in any context, it is because he is afraid of a suit by the ACLU. When a child is allowed to wear a tee shirt to school that says, "Fuck You Obama", it was the ACLU that made it happen.
By Karen Gullo - Dec 17, 2012 Bloomberg (Excerpt)
"California sex offenders shouldn’t have to turn over their Twitter, Facebook or e-mail account information to police because they have a right to anonymous online speech, privacy advocates are set to tell a judge.
American Civil Liberties Union lawyers are seeking to keep a voter-approved law targeting human trafficking and sex exploitation from taking effect while they proceed with a lawsuit aimed at overturning portions of it. California law enforcement officials say tracking Internet communications can prevent offenders from preying on children.
“Possession of this information may provide enough of a head start to save a victim’s life,” California Deputy Attorney General Robert Wilson said in a court filing in federal court in San Francisco. “Having Internet identifying information, however, does not permit access to, or monitoring of, private communications.”
Proposition 35, approved by more than 80 percent of California voters last month and backed by former Facebook Inc. (FB) executive Chris Kelly, was set to take effect next year. It was put on hold by U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson when the ACLU sued the day after the measure passed. The ACLU is scheduled to ask Henderson today to keep an injunction in place while the case is being decided."
Can Newtown start to put an end to this?