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September 14, 2005

ACLU ignores SCOTUS, continues to bully small towns

From WorldNetDaily...

Fearing an expensive legal challenge from the ACLU, a county commissioner begrudgingly ordered removal of a display of the 23rd Psalm from a courthouse.

Lawyers with the Georgia chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union charged that displaying the tapestry at the Oglethorpe County Courthouse in Lexington, Ga., essentially is the same as displaying the Ten Commandments, the Athens, Ga., Banner-Herald reported....

The display hung for about a month in a hall outside the office of Geneva Stamey, the county clerk of courts.

But the county wanted to avoid the kind of lawsuit that cost Georgia's Barrow County $265,000 in an attempt to maintain a courthouse display of the Ten Commandments.

So, even though the Kentucky city won their battle against the ACLU anti-Christian harassment, any other city is still fair game for their legal extortion scam. Dare to acknowledge any religion not ACLU approved and they'll drag you though the courts and cost you tons of money. Of course, there are laws against using the courts to intimidate people into sacrificing their rights, but getting a court to agree that a lawsuit is malicious when it's the ACLU and so many of the judges on the bench are card carrying members, is another thing altogether.

Posted by Danny Carlton at September 14, 2005 06:32 AM

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