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Monday, August 31, 2009

ACLU wants to consider giving illegal aliens voting rights???

From the Pasadena Star News, Monday, August 31, 2009...The local chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union will present a public forum on immigrant voting rights Sept. 8. The forum's purpose is to raise the question of whether non-citizens should be allowed to vote, and at what level of government.

We should consider giving illegals in the U.S. voting rights? What flaws in this logic can you see?

1. It's American Civil Liberties Union. AMERICAN. Not the Illegal Aliens Civil Liberties Union. I'm quite certain there are plenty of advocacy groups that might handle such an illegal and ridiculous proposition.

2. By the ACLU's own definition on its website, "The ACLU is our nation's guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country." The "laws of the United States" covers citizens of the U.S. - not people who are here illegally.

3. They're illegal aliens. ILLEGAL!!!! Are you deaf?

So the ACLU wants to debate whether illegal aliens should have some voting rights in the U.S. This is mind boggling. How about concentrating on the rights of U.S. citizens, ACLU? Please tell me your organization isn't that daft? It's like PETA sending off a letter to the Green Bay Packers several years ago asking that the organization change the name "Packers" as the name refers to the meat packing industry that first sponsored the team way back when. Why waste time on something that will NEVER HAPPEN??? It you want to effect change, pick your battles, you dumbasses. Maybe you'll actually help your credibility with people who think you're run by a bunch of yahoos.

If all people are deemed to have certain rights (as the ACLU contends), why not give voting rights back to felons? Or people under 18? Why shouldn't dead people be able to vote? Why not just let the ACLU run the United States so no one will be left in the lurch and everyone can be happy? Once again - the ACLU's stance that those in the minority should get the upper hand takes the cake. Why not have the minority party in the House and Senate be the one whose votes count the most - then all the Republicans can take back control. No? That doesn't fly, eh?

The ACLU can kiss my fucking ass.

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