Kicking y'all as**s?
Ehh.. its a habit. (;
http://www.aclufightsforchristians.com/For example, in 2001, the group interceded with a school district in Michigan that had deleted a high school senior's yearbook entry because she included a Bible verse. In 2002, the ACLU filed a brief on behalf of a pastor associated with Operation Rescue who was prevented from participating in a parade because his pro-life poster showed a photograph of an aborted baby. And last September, the organization joined a lawsuit on behalf of a New Jersey second-grader who was not allowed to sing "Awesome God" in a school talent show. (All of these examples are easily accessible on several Web pages now devoted to defending the ACLU 's record on Christianity.)
Some of these are related to freedom of speech and some of it is more religion. They've defended Christians preaching in a public park. They defended a librarian who didn't want to promote Harry Potter for religious reasons. They actually defended Christians who wanted to protest against them at a public school.
ACLU defends gun rights.
ACLU defending corporations?
Oh, and fyi, I don't agree with this one. I think corporations and activists groups should be banned from donating to campaigns simply because they're preventing candidates from being truly supportive of the people as a whole. JMO.
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