Thursday, July 06, 2006

It would be funny ...

If it wasn't so damn serious.

This exchange between Jesus' General and an executive from Stop The ACLU borders on surreal.

Here's the short of it: the "patriots" at Stop the ACLU have a project where they publish the home address and phone number of plaintiffs who have the ACLU represent them. They call it the "Expose ACLU Plaintiffs" project.

Jesus General,with rapier wit, exposes STACLU for the unAmerican bullies they are.

Please allow me to be the first to thank you and the staff of Stop The ACLU for all you did to make the Indian River Pogrom such a resounding success. It isn't easy to run a Jewish family out of town in these politically correct times. Usually, they just hunker down, hiding behind antiquated interpretations of the Constitution and the good will of those who wrongly believe that non-Christians are entitled to all of the benefits of citizenship.

But this time, the family fled, and I think you deserve partial credit for making that happen. After all, you did publish their name, address, and phone number on your web site (see screen cap below) as part of your "Expose ACLU Plaintiffs" project. It certainly wouldn't be much of a stretch to say that such information gave people the tools they needed to drive the Dobrich family from their home.
Please, read the whole entry. It only gets better (worse.)

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Voltaire was a gay.