Stop The ACLU: Do As We Say, Not As We Do

Because Freedom of Expression is only for those that the ACLU approves of:

Despite a federal appeals court ruling this month that lets Tennessee put “Choose Life” on license plates, it isn’t clear when — or even if — the tags will ever hit the road.

The American Civil Liberties Union is likely to appeal to the full panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals or to the U.S. Supreme Court, Hedy Weinberg, executive director of the ACLU of Tennessee, said yesterday.

So, people in Tennessee are preforming their Constitutional Right to Free Speech and want the plate. The ACLU, on the other hand, wants to deny said people their Free Speech. Instead of seeing if people in Tennessee want a, say, “Choose Choice” plate, the ACLU will use their Communist Party background to say “Nyet! We will choose your Rights for you.”

Tennessee should not let the ACLU and other groups hold the plates hostage, said state Rep. Glen Casada, R-College Grove.

“They’re playing it too safe,” Casada said. “Just because there’s a chance for appeals, there is no reason to stop what the 6th Circuit said was OK to do. … It’s time to move forward.”

Darn right. The State or the Tennessee Right To Life organization should counter sue the ACLU for violating the First Amendment.

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3 Responses to “Stop The ACLU: Do As We Say, Not As We Do”

  1. ACLU to Appeal Pro-Life License Plates in Tennessee…

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    Despite a federal appeals court ruling this month that lets Tennessee put “Choose Life” on license plates, it isn’t clear when — or even if — the tags will ever hit the ro…

  2. Thomas says:

    I live in TN and I don’t have a problem with the Choose Life plates, but I can’t even imagine the uproar that Christians would cause if we did actually try to get a Pro Choice plate. The same people who are complaining about the ACLU violating the Pro-Lifer’s 1st amendment rights, would be the people who tried to stop the Pro Choice plate.

    And if a Choose Life plate does get made I’m willing to bet the Pro Choice plate and ensuing lawsuits won’t be far behind.

  3. As distasteful as it may be, if a group wanted that, they should be allowed to have. the problem with the ACLU is that they pick and choose “Rights.”

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