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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

f**k you and your religion!

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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

Dimwit,

Just because the families of two deceased war veterans want to use their status as families of war dead to push religion into the public sphere doesn't make it legal.

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Dimwit,

Just because the families of two deceased war veterans want to use their status as families of war dead to push religion into the public sphere doesn't make it legal.

Religion ??? Public sphere ??? Put the Kool-Aid down, your halucinating.

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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

As usual, PatRat is lying. Here is the true story.

http://www.aclu.org/religion/govtfunding/2...es20060824.html

http://www.aclu.org/religion/gen/26186leg20060717.html

http://www.aclu.org/religion/gen/16206prs20030421.html

Here is the legal document that initiated one of the actions.

http://www.aclu.org/pdfs/religion/mtsoleda...int20060824.pdf

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How about an alternative?.

A plaque commemorating every KIA in Iraq and Afghanistan should be installed in downtown Crawford TX as a reminder of what a nitwit resides there.

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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

The ACLU is a vile bunch of leftist anti-american dirt bags.

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Captain Michael Martino, UNMC, and Major Gerald Bloomfield, USMC, were killed in action in Iraq and Afganistan. When their families wanted

to memorialize them with a plaque at the base of the Mt. Solsdad Cross in San Deigo, that wonderful organization, the ACLU stepped in and is

suing to stop the families from doing so.

All you loony lefties must be proud to march under the banner of Defeatocrats, joined by such "All American" groups like the ACLU.

So, you would be okay with the Phelps family putting a "Thank God For Dead Soldiers" plaque in the same place?

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The ACLU is a vile bunch of leftist anti-american dirt bags.

I wonder if this "KILL MUSLIMS FOR CHRIST" deadender knows about OXYCOTIN RUSHBEE and the ACLU...........interestink....... :lol:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,108140,00.html

ACLU Comes to Rush Limbaugh's Defense

Monday, January 12, 2004

By Catherine Donaldson-Evans

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh (search) probably never expected the American Civil Liberties Union (search) to become one of his staunch supporters.

But the privacy rights group was on his side Monday when its Florida branch filed a "friend-of-court" motion on behalf of Limbaugh arguing state officials were wrong in seizing his medical records for their drug probe.

"For many people, it may seem odd that the ACLU has come to the defense of Rush Limbaugh," ACLU of Florida Executive Director Howard Simon said in a released statement.

"But we have always said that the ACLU's real client is the Bill of Rights, and we will continue to safeguard the values of equality, fairness and privacy for everyone, regardless of race, economic status or political point of view," Simon said.

The ACLU contends that state law enforcement officers violated Limbaugh's privacy rights by taking possession of his medical records as part of their criminal investigation into the commentator's alleged "doctor-shopping" to feed his prescription-drug addiction.

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The motion, filed with the Fourth District Court of Appeal (search), claims the state encroached upon the Florida constitution's right to privacy when law enforcement officials confiscated Limbaugh's medical files.

The ACLU said it was trying to "to vindicate every Floridian's fundamental right to privacy by ensuring that the state be required to comply" with the law.

Its motion comes a week after a judge ruled that Limbaugh's medical records were to stay out of prosecutors' hands for at least 15 days more while his lawyers worked on an appeal to permanently seal them.

Limbaugh's attorneys asked for the extension while they appealed the judge's earlier decision allowing prosecutors to examine the files for evidence that the commentator illegally purchased painkillers.

The records included "the most private conversations between doctor and patient," the radio host's lawyer, Mark Shapiro, said last week.

Investigators seized the records last month after discovering that Limbaugh received more than 2,000 painkillers, prescribed by four doctors, at a pharmacy near his Palm Beach mansion.

Limbaugh's former maid told investigators she had been supplying him prescription painkillers for years.

Limbaugh admitted his addiction to prescription painkillers in October, saying it stemmed from severe back pain. He took a five-week leave from his afternoon radio show to enter a rehabilitation program.

Prosecutors have not filed charges against Limbaugh and their investigation will be delayed until the court decides whether to keep the records sealed past the new deadline.

The radio host and his legal team have criticized Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer (search), a Democrat, for opening the records and accused prosecutors of pursuing Limbaugh for political reasons.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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I wonder if this "KILL MUSLIMS FOR CHRIST" deadender knows about OXYCOTIN RUSHBEE and the ACLU...........interestink....... :lol:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,108140,00.html

ACLU Comes to Rush Limbaugh's Defense

Monday, January 12, 2004

By Catherine Donaldson-Evans

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Talk radio host Rush Limbaugh (search) probably never expected the American Civil Liberties Union (search) to become one of his staunch supporters.

But the privacy rights group was on his side Monday when its Florida branch filed a "friend-of-court" motion on behalf of Limbaugh arguing state officials were wrong in seizing his medical records for their drug probe.

"For many people, it may seem odd that the ACLU has come to the defense of Rush Limbaugh," ACLU of Florida Executive Director Howard Simon said in a released statement.

"But we have always said that the ACLU's real client is the Bill of Rights, and we will continue to safeguard the values of equality, fairness and privacy for everyone, regardless of race, economic status or political point of view," Simon said.

The ACLU contends that state law enforcement officers violated Limbaugh's privacy rights by taking possession of his medical records as part of their criminal investigation into the commentator's alleged "doctor-shopping" to feed his prescription-drug addiction.

RelatedStories

Judge OKs Review of Limbaugh Medical Records Limbaugh's Lawyer: Keep Medical Records Sealed Prosecutor Wants to Unseal Limbaugh Medical Records Limbaugh Attorney Blames Politics in Probe Prosecutors: Limbaugh Went 'Doctor Shopping' Rush Limbaugh Returns to Radio Talk Show Limbaugh Admits Painkiller Addiction Raw Data: Rush Limbaugh's Statement "While this case involves the right of Rush Limbaugh to maintain the privacy of his medical records, the precedent set in this case will impact the security of medical records and the privacy of the doctor-patient relationship of every person in Florida," Simon said in his statement.

The motion, filed with the Fourth District Court of Appeal (search), claims the state encroached upon the Florida constitution's right to privacy when law enforcement officials confiscated Limbaugh's medical files.

The ACLU said it was trying to "to vindicate every Floridian's fundamental right to privacy by ensuring that the state be required to comply" with the law.

Its motion comes a week after a judge ruled that Limbaugh's medical records were to stay out of prosecutors' hands for at least 15 days more while his lawyers worked on an appeal to permanently seal them.

Limbaugh's attorneys asked for the extension while they appealed the judge's earlier decision allowing prosecutors to examine the files for evidence that the commentator illegally purchased painkillers.

The records included "the most private conversations between doctor and patient," the radio host's lawyer, Mark Shapiro, said last week.

Investigators seized the records last month after discovering that Limbaugh received more than 2,000 painkillers, prescribed by four doctors, at a pharmacy near his Palm Beach mansion.

Limbaugh's former maid told investigators she had been supplying him prescription painkillers for years.

Limbaugh admitted his addiction to prescription painkillers in October, saying it stemmed from severe back pain. He took a five-week leave from his afternoon radio show to enter a rehabilitation program.

Prosecutors have not filed charges against Limbaugh and their investigation will be delayed until the court decides whether to keep the records sealed past the new deadline.

The radio host and his legal team have criticized Palm Beach State Attorney Barry Krischer (search), a Democrat, for opening the records and accused prosecutors of pursuing Limbaugh for political reasons.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Can anyone be so naive as to not understand this was undertaken for the sole purpose of raising the public perception of the scumbag ACLU.

Apparently Manscum is that naive.

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Can anyone be so naive as to not understand this was undertaken for the sole purpose of raising the public perception of the scumbag ACLU.

So who put a gun to Limbaugh's head to accept the ACLU's help? Idiot.

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Can anyone be so naive as to not understand this was undertaken for the sole purpose of raising the public perception of the scumbag ACLU.

Apparently Manscum is that naive.

You wish that was true. The ACLU takes on cases based on their constitutional merit respecting civil liberties issues.

Of course, you oppose them, so you need an explanation why they would defend a right winger like Limbaugh. You can't accept the fact that he had a legitimate civil liberties claim, so you make up a lie - as usual.

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Can anyone be so naive as to not understand this was undertaken for the sole purpose of raising the public perception of the scumbag ACLU.

Apparently Manscum is that naive.

Gee. We never thought of that. You're really just too smart for us. :lol:
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The ACLU is a vile bunch of leftist anti-american dirt bags.

Always nice to hear the self-proclaimed 'Christians' expose the true depth of their alleged beliefs.

Try reading the Bible sometime about who judgement is left to.

here's a hint---It isn't you :unsure:

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