The ACLU (Atrociously Cranky Liberal Ugliness) Strikes Again

Seeing the ACLU anywhere is kind of like watching The Simple Life — you don’t know exactly what’s going on, all you can be sure of is that it’s something stupid. 

The ACLU is representing a woman in suing Neil Armstrong Elementary School near Indianapolis because they offer an optional Bible class, and her son chooses not to attend. What’s the big deal? Well, the mother says the poor little fella feels left out and there’s nothing else to do, so it’s lawsuit time! Some days the jokes write themselves. 

Next up? My best guess: A lawsuit seeking to get Neil Armstrong Elementary to change its name because the kids will feel really bad if they don’t grow up to be astronauts. 

With parents and activists like we see in cases like this, I don’t think “shooting for the stars” career-wise is anything to worry about. This kind of guidance from the ACLU’s court of morons is destined to sentence the poor kid to a life of saying “do you want fries with that?” 

I wonder how many little lives the ACLU and idiotic parents have ruined by setting a horrible example via their namby pamby nit-picky pesky “the world revolves around me” B.S. 

If the ACLU were really interested in helping kids, they’d sue themselves into oblivion.

Author: Doug Powers

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