Thursday, March 18, 2010

Al Qaeda Civil Liberties Union

If you go to the main ACLU website and look under the the section called "Our Work," here's the header:
The ACLU is our nation's guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.
That's what a civil liberties organization should be doing, and in many cases, local branches of the ACLU do exactly that. But the national organization is looking more and more like not just a useful idiot for our enemies, but an actual enemy itself. It has consistently been attempting to promote expansive rights for hostile alien terrorists -- not just suspects, but known, self-proclaimed terrorists. That's bad enough. But with the terrorist rights promotion, you can write it off as foolish but well-intentioned. In the minds of ACLU types, and other civil libertarians, degrading the U.S. Constitution by granting the rights of U.S. citizens to stateless terrorist enemies somehow protects the rights of Americans. But today we have this:
The American Civil Liberties Union filed suit demanding the U.S. government prove its legal basis for targeted drone attacks overseas
Given the situation on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, the drone assassination campaign, regardless of its drawbacks, represents the core of our offensive strategy against the Taliban & Al Qaeda in the area. These attacks have absolutely nothing to do with the rights of Americans, and should have nothing to do with the ACLU. By filing this lawsuit, the ACLU is deliberately attempting to undermine a major part of the U.S. war effort.  It is basically acting as a legal front for the Taliban and Al Qaeda against the United States.


  1. Maybe it's time to send an unmanned drone to 125 Broad Street, 18th Floor, New York NY 10004

  2. Not cool TheGodlessMonser, don't like to be pc, but check out UNRR's cartoon below.


    "These attacks have absolutely nothing to do with the rights of Americans, and should have nothing to do with the ACLU."

    I believe it's called the 'American' Civil Liberties Union, not 'Foreign terrorist' Civil Liberties Union. Do these people even remember why they started the organization? If you don't have enough issues to tackle here in the States, maybe you need to downgrade your staff.