THE ACLU AND THE UNITED NATIONS: THE NEW TERROR TEAM

The ACLU has the United Nations Human Rights Committee's back in the latter's criticism of various U.S. policies, and believe it or not Jay over at StopTheACLU.com, that fine and righteous patriot, is incensed. Angry to the point at which he seems a little paranoid about the ACLU's motives and can't write clearly or spell properly...wait, never mind.

Anyhoo, America is above reproach, and here come these commie motherfuckers and subversives telling us we're not perfect! Jay is so addled by rage that he spouts in the throes of apoplexy:

"The ACLU, and the U.N. are the two most dangerous organizations in the world."

More dangerous than al Qaeda? The PLO? Hamas? And even...GLAAD??? This whimsical outburst calls to mind Pat Robertson's famous declaration that federal judges pose a more serious threat to America than Islamofascists.

Jay goes on to muse:

"I also wonder if their accusation to 'abuse' of women in prison would be not providing them with abortions at the expense of taxpayers."

See, this is an example of why the man should table his blogging career for a while and take remedial English. A country with adults who express themselves this poorly deserves a good ripping from an objective source. I think Jay meant to write something like, "I wonder if the alleged 'abuses' of women prisoners include denying them taxpayer-funded abortions," but don't take my word for it.

Ya gotta love his heartfelt description of the United States: "the beacon of liberty that so many have come to escaping from tyranny and the bonds of oppression." That's right. Practically everyone in America was born in a communist country or a dictatorship under a cloud of oppression and found safe haven on our shores. Looks like Jay's softening his stance on immigration!

I love it when people whose cognitive faculties consist of little more than reflex arcs get angry. Hoo boy.
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