Saturday, December 10, 2005

Bill O'Reilly on the ACLU

Bill O'Reilly on Thursday night:
"If you don't know by now that the ACLU is an anti-American organization you'll never know. Nevertheless, I'll list its agenda again. The ACLU opposes virtually every aspect of the Patriot Act. The ACLU wants more photos from Abu Ghraib released. The organization is suing the CIA, opposing the Defense Department over detainees at Guantanamo, and objects to coerced interrogation of high-ranking terrorists. The ACLU has filed lawsuits against the Boy Scouts, a variety of Christmas displays, and attempts to stop children from accessing porn at public libraries. The ACLU opposes parental notification in abortion cases involving their underage daughters, opposes restrictions on late term abortions, and opposes doctors informing police about possible statutory rape in abortion cases. The ACLU opposes the Minutemen on the border, exposition of the Ten Commandments in courtrooms, and is against 'no fly lists' to discourage terrorists from boarding airlines."

To read the whole bit, check out his web site.

It's just bizarre that I was not outraged by a single thing on the list. I mean, the whole purpose of the list is to show how outrageous the policies of the ACLU are, and yet here I am, supporting every single one. I'm starting to think O'Reilly and I don't see eye to eye on everything.

3 Comments:

Blogger warm fuzzy said...

Funny, the ACLU agenda seems pretty American to me.

11:40 AM  
Anonymous big brother said...

It seems pretty annoying to me.

4:06 PM  
Blogger Xeno said...

hard to believe that anyone would dissagree with Bill O'Reilly

10:11 PM  

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