Does the ACLU do anything besides attack Christianity? I'm serious, is that all they do? I ask these questions because now the ACLU is up in arms over a cross being placed in the middle of the desert. That's right, evidently the Anti-Christian Liberties Union believes that a small wooden cross in the middle of nowhere breaks the first amendment, which says:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Can someone please tell me how a cross in the desert breaks this amendment? Is this cross a law? Does it prohibit someone from freely exercising the religion of their choice? Does it stop someone from being able to speak freely? Does it infringe upon our freedom of press, or does it not allow people to peaceably assemble? Obviously the answer to all of these questions is an emphatic NO.
But in spite of the fact that this cross has nothing to do with the first amendment, the ACLU is on the case because the Mojave National Preserve didn't want to put a Buddhist memorial up as well. Really, that's the reason. So basically the ACLU is fine if the government wants to support every religion on the face of the earth, but they will go crazy if a tiny cross is placed in the middle of a massive plot of land. Got it.
And how absurd is it that the Supreme Court is actually hearing this case? Are you telling me they don't have anything better to do? I think it safe to say that the radicals in this country are bent on taking away any and all freedom that we have to publicly worship. And by the way, that would go against our first amendment.
I know that far lefties and atheists are going to hang their hat on the fact that the person who originally filed the suit is a Catholic named Frank Buono, but that means nothing to me. And I don't care if he considers himself to be the most God-fearing man on the face of the earth, he's wrong, and if the ACLU wins this case, our freedom to worship publicly could be drastically limited.
It goes back to what I mentioned yesterday; unintended consequences. If this cross is taken down, then every cross on public property will have to come down. Then it will be the Ten Commandments, In God we trust being taken off our currency, changing the Pledge of Allegiance, etc, etc, etc. And after that, do you not think they will come after churches? Of course they will. This case is just another step in a long line of steps taken to strip away our freedom to worship God the way we want to.
Here's The HardTruth.
Christians, we have got to understand what it as stake right now, and not just with this case. All across the country, atheists, far lefties, socialists, and Marxists are organizing, and they will not stop until all our religious freedom is gone. Right now they mainly attack through insanely week arguments or just calling us dumb, but don't believe this is how it will always be. If we don't stand up, laws will get changed, and we will be silenced or run the risk of heavy fines, or even jail time. The good news is that if we stand up, we WILL win. Remember, there is WAY more of us than them, and we need to do everything within our power to keep that way, or suffer the consequences, and that's the HardTruth.
To learn more about this case, go here.