Monday, June 28, 2010


Came across a great post recently over at A WESTERN HEART , a great Australian blog,  and one with a good understanding of American politics.  Everyone knows just how much we conservatives  love the ACLU and their patriotic activities (my bullsh#t for the day).  The article at A WESTERN HEART concentrates on the love affair between the ACLU and our Illegal Immigrants here in the States and in particular those in the tiny town of Fremont, Nebraska.  Its a great read with salty language and absolutely no PC.  I high recommend this to those friends of Legal Immigration. Just click on this link to go directly to the post and the comments @#$% OFF ACLU SCUM !

@#$% off aclu scum

Posted MathewK on 6/23/2010 07:20:00 AM
Fox News - Voters in the eastern Nebraska city of Fremont on Monday approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants, the latest proposal in a series of immigration regulations taken up by communities around the country. About 57 percent of voters in Fremont supported the proposal, according to unofficial results that still must be certified by the election commissioner. The measure is likely to face a long and costly court battle, with the American Civil Liberties Union saying it will try to block it before it even goes into effect.
Oh yeah, you can always count on the aclu scum to side with non-Americans, ironic isn't it, the American-civil liberties union fighting the liberties of real Americans. One wonders why these cockroaches aren't over in China or Iran carping about effing civil liberties. Oh I forgot, those societies are well and truly @#$%ed, so no work for leftist scum is needed there.

...Communities that have passed such laws have faced costly legal bills and struggled to enforce them because of legal challenges. ...Even before the Fremont measure passed, the ACLU of Nebraska had said it would sue. "Our goal would be to bring an action to ensure that there is not even one day that the law can go into effect," said Amy Miller, legal director for the ACLU of Nebraska.
How about a goal of preventing illegals from murdering your fellow Americans, how about the goal of keeping your fellow Americans in work. It's just unbelievable, these are real Americans who work, pay tax and obey the effing law, but apparently they have no say whatsoever in how their towns are run or where their society is going. Oh no, @#$% their civil liberties, it's some sanctimonious piece of shit sitting far away who gets to decide how their county is run.

I have to ask, who the @#$% is funding the aclu, someone ought to find out as those scumbags are obviously not being taxed enough. Effectively some latte sipping, leftard, piece of shit in San Francisco gets to have a say in the affairs of Fremont, Nebraska and everywhere else. But just someone, anyone from San Francisco try to buy health insurance in Nebraska or any other state and the left will fight tooth and nail to prevent them.

I hate to say it, but you know those illegals who murder, rape and commit various acts of crime. I hope their victims are only scumbags who send money to the aclu and organizations like that. If anyone has earned that fate, it's those bastards, not the poor people who obey the law and do the right thing who fall victims to illegals in some form or other every day.

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The Born Again American said...

What a bunch of TOOLS...

ACLU needs a little AKTBUATN...

Americans Kicking Their Butts Up Around Their Necks...

WomanHonorThyself said...

sick how the border patrol are threatened by these villains!

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Thanks for the linkback Ron, much appreciated. Spread the word folks, those aclu scumbags need to be kicked back into their place.

Matt said...

Yes, the ACLU can put the hurt on towns and states. However, what if dozens passed laws that were slightly different? One judge couldn't strike them all down at once. Would the ACLU have the funds to file and pursue all of those suits?

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Woodsterman (Odie) said...

This cartoon says it all. They come here to get what they can while they turn this country into a third world country with Washington's help.

Debbie said...

Great comment.

On the ACLU Funding, here's what I found:


The ACLU receives funding from a large number of sources. For example, in 2004, the ACLU and its affiliate, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation reported revenues totaling $85,559,887. Of that total, 87% was from donations and dues from the public, 1.8% from program services, including awards of legal fees, royalty income, and literature sales, and the remainder from investment income and income from sale of assets. The distribution and amount of funding for state affiliates varies from state to state. For example, the ACLU of New Jersey reported $1.2 million in income to both the ACLU-NJ and its affiliated tax-exempt foundation in the 2005 fiscal year. Of that income, 46% came from contributions, 19% came from membership dues, 18% came from court awarded attorney fees, 12% came from grants, 4% came from investment income and the remainder from other sources. Its expenses in the same period were $800,000, of which 12% went to administration and management. Smaller affiliates with fewer resources, such as that in Nebraska, receive subsidies from the national ACLU.[26]

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Debbie said...



In October 2004, the ACLU rejected $1.5 million from both the Ford and Rockefeller Foundations because the Foundations had adopted language from the USA PATRIOT Act in their donation agreements, including a clause stipulating that none of the money would go to "underwriting terrorism or other unacceptable activities." The ACLU views this clause, both in Federal law and in the donors' agreements, as a threat to civil liberties, saying it is overly broad and ambiguous.[27]
Court-awarded damages and attorney's fees

In 2004, court-awarded damages and attorney fees comprised 3% (net) of ACLU Foundation funding; state affiliates also receive money from such fees, although the national headquarters does not.[citation needed]

Recovery of attorney's' fees by non-profit legal advocacy organizations is common practice. The pro-life Thomas More Law Center, for example, generally seeks, and is successful in, recovery of attorney's fees in the same manner as the ACLU.[28][29] In 2005, the Thomas More law center derived 4.8% of its funding from court-awarded legal fees in this manner.[30]

Due to the nature of its legal work, the ACLU is often involved in litigation against governmental bodies, which are generally protected from adverse monetary judgments: a town, state or federal agency may be required to change its laws or behave differently, but not to pay monetary damages except by an explicit statutory waiver.[31][32]

In some cases, the law permits plaintiffs who successfully sue government agencies to collect money damages or other monetary relief. In particular, the Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Award Act of 1976 leaves the government liable in some civil rights cases. Fee awards under this civil rights statute are considered "equitable relief" rather than damages, and government entities are not immune from equitable relief.[33] Under laws such as this, the ACLU and its state affiliates sometimes share in monetary judgments against government agencies.[34]

The ACLU has received court awarded fees in numerous church-state cases. The Georgia affiliate was awarded $150,000 in fees after suing a county demanding the removal of a Ten Commandments display from its courthouse;[35] a second Ten Commandments case in the State, in a different county, led to a $74,462 judgment.[36] Meanwhile, the State of Tennessee was required to pay $50,000, the State of Alabama $175,000, and the State of Kentucky $121,500, in similar Ten Commandments cases.[37][38] The Public Expression of Religion Act of 2005, introduced by Representative John Hostettler, sought to alter the rules put in place by the Civil Rights Attorney's Fees Award Act of 1976 to prevent monetary judgments in the particular case of violations of church-state separation.[39] Also, groups such as the American Legion have taken stances opposing the ACLU's right to collect fees under such legislation.[40]"