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December 10, 2005

Why Am I Not Surprised?

A Manhattan judge ruled that the searching of bags on subways is constitutional.

But of course,

The NYCLU said it will appeal Berman's 41-page ruling.

"The NYPD's unprecedented program of searching hundreds of thousands of innocent people using the New York City subway system violates one of our most basic freedoms," said NYCLU Executive Director Donna Lieberman.

Donna Lieberman and the rest of the ACLU club simply must do their share when it comes to endangering a large number of American lives by making us as vulnerable as possible to terrorist attack -- through the aiding and abetting of chaos, they aspire to undermine the faith of the people in our government.

These, along with undermining religion and disarming the people, are the textbook tactics of communist revolutionaries.

Posted by Seth at December 10, 2005 05:26 AM


Great news...will write about this now. I had been keeping track of this...and wondering how the NY ACLU would react.

Posted by: Raven at December 10, 2005 09:38 AM

They acted predictably, of course.

Referring to your post on traitors over at Michael's place, I'm sure Donna Lieberman is also on Osama's Ramadan Card list, LOL.

Posted by: Seth at December 10, 2005 09:50 AM