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April 07, 2005

ACLU continues to turn the Constitution on its head

From WorldNetDaily:

The American Civil Liberties Union has asked a judge to hold a Louisiana school board in contempt because someone said a prayer over the PA system before a high-school baseball game.

Okay, a bit of background. ACLU in their attempt to enforce the mythical “Separation of Church and State” part of the Constitution has filed three separate lawsuits against the Tangipahoa Parish School District in Louisiana. Rather than spend money on a protracted lawsuit, the school district agreed to ban prayers (that the ACLU has been allowed to bully schools into such unconstitutional agreements is shameful). But on March 24th when the regular game announcer was late, Shane Tycer took the microphone a led a prayer. The school district responded to the ACLU's fit of rage by pointing out that Tycer is not an employee of the school district, therefore is not subject to the ban.

The ACLU had previously ordered their puppet judge to issue a contempt citation against the school district when an elementary school girl dared to recite the Lord's prayer at a school board meeting.

The ACLU sided with Michael Schiavo in the torture and murder of his estranged wife.

Related coverage: Right Wing News, Cao's Blog (also here)

Posted by Danny Carlton at April 7, 2005 09:30 AM

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