Friday, December 09, 2005

ACLU for Everyone?

Is the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) really protecting everyone's rights equally? I don't think so. For instance...

I heard on the radio today that the ACLU filed a lawsuit demanding that a Muslim man be allowed to swear on the Koran prior to giving testimony in court. I don't know if this is true or not, but here's my problem with the whole concept.

For years, the ACLU is wanting to remove religious objects such as the Ten Commandments from our courthouses, and even to remove the swearing in of witnesses on the Bible in court. The Pledge of Alliegience is under assault. Prayer is gone from our public schools. They do not defend the rights of the ones without a voice (namely, unborn children). Now this apparent reversal in favor of a religion that was not present in this country when it was founded.

The Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths all worship the same God that Abraham worshipped. Why is the Christian belief apparently being singled out by the ACLU? Perhaps they should change what the ACLU stands for to Anti-Christian Litigation Union.

1 comment:

Concerned Patriot said...

DUDE ... seriously ... I will refrain from cussing on your webpage, but you know me ... F%&* the ACLU. I'd like to have them all in one room and skull F&^% each and everyone of them bastards.