March 05, 2005

O' Reily sez ACLU are terrorists

The sick bastard of all sick bastards, Bill O'Reilly is calling the ACLU terrorists for:
... filing a lawsuit against Secretary of Defense Donald H. Rumsfeld and for opposing Bush administration anti-terrorism measures that the group believes are unconstitutional. The lawsuit accuses Rumsfeld of approving illegal interrogation methods that led to the torture and abuse of detainees in U.S. military custody; the ACLU also believes that measures such as federal "no-fly" lists and expanded investigative and surveillance powers for federal law enforcement under the USA Patriot Act are unconstitutional. O'Reilly added: "They're terrorizin' me and my family. They're terrorizing me. I think they're terrorists." From Media Matters
The ACLU lawsuit has merit unlike O'Reilly's retarded accusations. Anyone who fights for our Civil Liberties is alright in our book! Join the ACLU today, we need to continue fighting these chumps.


At 3/14/2005 3:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chico now has an Associate ACLU Chapter!!! Please visit their site at or contact them at

At 2/27/2006 12:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did you know that the Patriot Act actually helped stop a terrorist act in Los Angeles? And that maybe it could stop more. Not to mention, the people at the NSA aren't listening in to your telephone calls or reading your blogs. They have too many people to do that. All they do is filter phone calls that go out of country. And I'm fine with that.

And how is "All comments must be approved by the blog author" not in any way editing what I can say?

At 2/27/2006 11:43 AM, Blogger chico-towner said...

"All comments must be approved..."

that helps keep SPAM out, those fools selling Viagra and Cialis pills and bullshit love attacking these blogs. But if you don't belive that we CANT edit your comments then open up your own blog at

Also, if you DONT work at the NSA and if you DONT personally know what goes on there then you are just as ignorant about thier process as the rest of us.

Honesty, do you have that much blind trust for Bush's government?

The founding father's founded this system of government and even THEY didn't trust it for shit! Read the bill of rights again. I'll let Ben Franklin finish this response up for me:

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
--Ben Franklin

Ben franklin sounds more and more like a libertarian the way he defends individual liberties. Read up on the Libertarians and you'll see that giving ANY government a blank check on your civil liberties is dangerous.

At 6/20/2006 12:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello, I myself, love Bill and he tells it like it is and if you dont like it stfu. and about the patriot act, i think its a good idea. and im not a terrorist. i have nothing to hide. if your against it, you probably have something to hide. so your probably a towel head terrorist asshole. so 1, your a libby. 2, ur a terrorist. and 3, u should get out of my country if you dont like it. otherwise, wait till 08 and vote for what ever libby dem thats running. who probably is gonna be hitlery clinton.

At 6/20/2006 12:55 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey blog owner... u dont have to post that last one, if ur a terrorist... u know keep an open mind! so dont call me closed minded, if u dont post it.

At 6/20/2006 1:41 PM, Blogger chico-towner said...

I post all comments that are not spam, I'm glad you wrote a comment so that whole world can see your "anonymous" ignorance.

Go back and read the BILL OF RIGHTS! Go back to civics class, read the constitution, read A book, read something!

The purpose of the Constitution and mostly the Bill of Rights is to provide a written law to ensure as much freedom, liberty, privacy, and rights for the citizens.

Since you are so in love with the Federal Government why don't you move to Cuba or China where their governemnts tell you when and where to piss, eat, or make money.

I hope you come to your senses and you fight for the same rights our founding father's helped secure in the Revolutionary War against imperialist England.




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