ACLU Loves Child Molesters

The ACLU once again proves that they are looney bastards by defending a convicted child molester’s right to visit a public park (link). What the fuck is wrong with these people. Maybe if the ACLU pulled their heads out of their asses they would see that they should be defending the right of children to play in a public park, safely, without the threat of child molesters prowling around for their next victim. Thank God the ACLU went up against some judges that actually have a brain and their case was shot down. But don’t worry all you ACLU supports they will be back in court defending another monsters right to molest innocent children. Hell, if the ACLU had it their way we would be serving our children up on silver platters to these evil fucks.


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    September 11, 2006 at 8:44 am

    The ACLU are more concerned with defending the rights of fudge packing, pillow biting pedophiles than they are children. They are a political machine, nothing more.

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    Angry Ferret Jones
    September 15, 2006 at 12:54 pm

    I would be forced to introduce that piece of crap to my .357 magnum if we met on the street.

    I blogged about the son-of-a-bitch too. Check out my hook while the DJ revolves it: http://angry-ferret.blogspot.com/

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    September 29, 2006 at 1:23 am

    Parental neglect, abuse and violence accounts for the majority of violent deaths of children in America. Where Is the outrage?

    There are some bad people running around out there. This always has been and there always will be. Parents are negligent but are rewarded when their children disappear and/or murdered and/or raped

    Adam Walsh was left alone for “just a moment” in a department store. Exactly how long is “a moment” when a woman is shopping?

    Jacob Wetteringly disappeared while out after dark with his friends. There has been no sign of him in all of these years. His mother, who has refused to move, still has hopes that he will show up at the door.

    Megan Kanka was left to play outdoors with no supervision. Nobody checked on this child for hours even though there were 3 men in the neighborhood who appeared suspicious. One neighbor trimmed tree limbs to have an unobstructed view of the men�s front door.

    Jessica Lunsford is dead because a door had been left unlocked. The father had been out all night. Had his truck been parked out front there probably would not have been abduction.

    I could go on and on. The people who did these horrible things need to be punished. The careless parents need to accept responsibility for their parts in these incidents. Instead they are pointing their fingers at thousands of people who were not involved. STOP BLAMING INNOCENT PEOPLE. You, the parents, could have prevented the deaths of your children just by taking normal precautions.

    Let’s talk about the teens who have false ID�s, lie about their ages, surf the net looking for sex, screams rape if they get caught, a boy breaks up with them or a boy rejects their advances. These kids go to meet strangers; they hop in vehicles with strangers, the break every safety rule in the book yet nothing is their fault.
    I don�t know about the rest of you but I am fed up with people who do not take responsibility for their actions and I demand change. If a parent is negligent and the result is the death of their child I want them punished. If a child is at a bus stop, a pool, a park or the front yard, there needs to be supervision. People who expect the government to protect their child are not fit to be parents.

    Teens who knowingly place themselves in dangerous situations must be punished. If these kids do not know right from wrong it is time they learned. Picking up trash along the highway might teach them something about self-responsibility.

    You want your kids protected? I have just told you how to do it. It is up to you to decide if your child is worth the effort.

    Have the courage to face the truth. Someone in Californa who is labeled a sex offender due to public urination had nothing to do with the deaths of children in Florida. This is the same kind of thinking that hates an entire race due to the color of their skin. Perjudice is alive and well in America. Are we such an insecure nation that we must have someone to kick?

    You or repeating history


    1801 Though carried out under Spanish law, the last known U.S. death sentence for sodomy occurs in California. Eighteen-year-old Jose Antonio Rosas is shot by a firing squad.

    1909 California is the first state to adopt a sterilization law covering “sexual perverts.”


    Gay bars emerged after the repeal of Prohibition: Finocchio’s, Mona’s (first lesbian bar), Black Cat Café, The Old Crow, The Sailor Boy Tavern, The White Horse.

    1940s — World War II was the first time the US military actively sought out and dishonorably discharged homosexuals. Many who were discharged were processed out in San Francisco.

    1948 — Alfred Kinsey’s “Sexual Behavior in the Human Male” challenged beliefs about male sexuality, specifically homosexuality. His research found that 37% of American men had at least one post adolescent homosexual experience leading to orgasm and 4% were exclusively homosexual through adulthood. The Kinsey Heterosexual-Homosexual Rating Scale defined a continuum in which zero was exclusively heterosexual and six was exclusively homosexual.


    1947 California is the first state in the nation to enact a “sexoffender registration law.” It requires registration and reports of changes of address of persons convicted of sex offenses, including consensual sodomy and oral copulation.


    1951 A California appellate court rules that Gay men are vagrant per se, permitting them to be jailed without committing any criminal act.


    SF – Famous female impersonator Jose Seria runs for the Board of Supervisors. The League for Civil Education is formed in conjunction with the campaign. He garners 6,000.

    SF – Charges are filed against the Jumping Frog and the Hideaway for being hangouts for homosexuals.

    Aug – SF – Tay-Bush (bar) raid – largest gay bar raid in SF history. 89 men and 14 women are arrested. One municipal judge called the city a “Parisian pansy’s paradise” and threatened stiff penalties for any homosexuals brought before him.

    December 21 – New York City Gay Men’s Chorus is the first openly homosexual music act to perform at Carnegie Hall.


    January 1 – Illinois’s new criminal code goes into effect, making it the first U.S. state to strike down sodomy laws, thus decriminalizing homosexuality in the state.

    July – SF – Tavern Guild formally organized for self-protection by the city’s gay bars.


    Revision of Penal Code including sex laws authorized by legislature.

    Oct 31 – SF – Final Black Cat appeal denied by the State Supreme Court, closes Halloween to great public outpouring and fanfare.

    SF – Tavern Guild organizes a telephone alert system to warn of pending raids or other problems.

    SF – The Jumping Frog bar sponsors the 1st Beaux Arts Ball, the event soon becomes an annual fundraiser and social event of the Tavern Guild.


    LA – American Civil Liberties Union decides to challenge the Sodomy law.

    SF – Political candidates address a homophile movement.

    SF – Gordon’s bar license revoked for being a homosexual hangout.

    SF – Life magazine article on homosexuality features a photo of the Tool Box.

    Sep – SF – Sir organized.

    Dec – San Francisco. Council on Religion and the Homosexual formed.


    Jan 1 – SF – California Hall Arrests New Years eve.

    Santa Ana – Teams of plainclothes police sweep parks and other cruising areas in an effort to squelch a reported increase in homosexual activity. 40 arrests are made.

    LA – Four men indicted by Grand Jury for libeling Senator Thomas Kutchel by falsely accusing him of having been arrested for a homosexual act in l949. Kutchel was cleared of these accusations.

    Santa Cruz – 5 photos of male genitalia were confiscated from the art gallery of the Hip Pocket Book Store, and the owners charged with exhibiting obscene photos and outraging public decency. After hearing testimony, including that of a number of art experts, the charges were dismissed by the Municipal Court judge.

    Berkeley – Dean of Students refuses to allow showing of Genet’s Un Chant d’Amour. In separate action the Berkeley police confiscate a print of the film.

    California Attorney General report on Hell’s Angels reports that homosexuals are attracted to the group and implies rampant homosexuality among the motorcycle club’s membership.

    LaHabre – Police crackdown – 12 men arrested on disorderly conduct charges in vicinity of El Centro park.

    Laguna Beach – The ABC holds hearings to suspend or revoke the licenses of Dante’s and the Barefoot, on the grounds that the two bars are at the “center of homosexual activity in the city.” The City Manager, James Wheaton, said he hoped to prove there is substantial evidence of “immoral activity generating from these two bars, enough to warrant revocation of their licenses.”

    Assembly passes bill declaring same-sex sex for money prostitution. There was an apparent legal confusion.

    SF – District Attorney proposes restricting sales of physique magazines to specific geographic areas of the city.

    SF – Rev. Cromey fired. Called by the Examiner, “The priest who won’t shut up”, Cromey was fired for not tempering his outspoken championing of the homosexual cause. The Diocese had reputedly lost tens of thousands in contributions because of Cromey’s prominence. The firing was protested by over thirty pickets outside Grace Cathedral.

    SF – Three Sexual Freedom League activists are arrested for swimming nude in Aquatic Park.

    Berkeley – Campus Sexual Freedom Forum denied a bank account by all Berkeley banks.


    San Jose – City Council protests high school sex education as way to introduce youngsters to “drugs, homosexuality, and masturbation.”

    Philip J Hanley deputy director of the ABC leads public campaign against gay bars.

    KRON-TV wins the State Fair Broadcast Media, Gold Medal for its program “Homosexuals”.

    LA – Pride newsletter, forerunner of the Advocate begins publication.

    San Jose – Seven county jail inmates given extended sentences after forcing two teen inmates to engage in sexual acts.

    Martinez – City officials defend polygraph tests for perspective police and firemen in order to screen out homosexuals.

    Proposition 16 – Stamp Out Smut initiative.

    Santa Monica – City Council orders the removal of a two-way mirror in the Main libraries men’s room.

    Aug – Sacramento – State Fair board revokes booth contract with the Council on Religion & the Homosexual stating the exhibit was too controversial. Gov Pat Brown refused to intervene, while the Sacramento Superior Court judge ruling on a writ of mandate filed by the CRH and other homophile groups felt that discussions of homosexuality were more appropriate to “professional journals, the churches and in the legislature.” Members of the CRH, SIR, and the Tavern Guild of San Francisco, and Sacramento’s Association for Responsible Citizenship passed out literature at the Fair’s gates.

    Sep – Glenn County – Promoting his campaign against homosexuals, Phillip J Hanley, the ABC’s deputy director explains to the Glenn County Chamber of Commerce how he “has to send in young undercover agents who are fondled, caressed, propositioned, and often all but compromised.” “What we need is to vote out the Democrats and give the state good Republican morality” suggested Congressional candidate Tom McHatton, another speaker at the event.

    Dec – District Court of Appeals rules the film Un Chant d’Amour by Jean Genet obscene. The film is a 30 minute silent portrayal of guards alternately spying on and beating four prisoners engaged in various homosexual acts.

    August, 1966 — At Compton Cafeteria, an all-night haunt in San Francisco’s Tenderloin district, transgender prostitutes fought back against police harassment. The Compton Cafeteria riot was the first instance of queer resistance in the United States and is documented in the film Screaming Queens: The Origins of Transgender Activism in the U.S. (directed by Victor Silverman & Susan Stryker)

    August 22, 1966 — First national convention of gay and lesbian groups gather in San Francisco (originally called The National Planning Conference of Homophile Organizations) subsequently forming the North American Conference of Homophile Organizations (NACHO).

    1966 — Maud’s Study, a lesbian bar opened by Rikki Streicher in the Haight. “Last Call at Maud’s” is a documentary by Paris Poirer about the bar’s history that is filmed on the closing night in 1989.


    Governor Reagan fires two aids for homosexual activity.

    Episcopal Diocese of Calif urges the abolition of laws regulating private sexual behavior.

    In announcing expansion of the 10 year old prisoner work furlough program, the Department of Corrections stated the program will continue to exclude homosexuals.

    LA – About 20 homophile leaders meet with Capt. Charles Crumley of the LAPD Vice Squad.

    Jan – LA – The Tavern Guild of Southern California, an association of gay bar owners, reported “nightly raids” on gay bars beginning at midnight New Years Eve. The Guild has charged police brutality in some cases.

    Jun – LA – Plainclothes police arrest two members of Pride when they are refused admittance to a dance sponsored by the organization.

    Jul – Committee of Law Faculty members from UCLA, Berkeley, Stanford, USC call for sex law revision. Work on revision of the Penal Code was authorized by the 1963 legislature.

    27 July – The 1967 Sexual Offences Act receives Royal Assent. This means that sex between two men is no longer illegal in the United Kingdom. The age of consent for sex acts between men is 21 (compared to 16 for acts between men and women)

    Aug – Los Angeles – Ten patrons arrested in bar raids in Silver Lake area.

    Aug – SF – Tenderloin round up of prostitutes – 23 females and 14 males dressed as women are arrested.

    27 November – Craig Rodwell opens Oscar Wilde Bookshop, the world’s first gay and lesbian bookstore, in Greenwich Village, New York City.

    The book “Homosexual Behavior Among Males – A Cross-Cultural and Cross-Species Investigation” by Wainwright Churchill breaks ground as a scientific study approaching homosexuality as a fact of life rather than as a sin, crime or disease, and introduces the term “homoerotophobia”, a possible precursor to “homophobia”.


    SF – SIR denied Yellow Page listing.

    Jun – Responding to a poll conducted during the primary elections, Governor Reagan responsed that he opposes homosexual law reform. Republican Senate candidate Max Raferty said the only reform he would support are more severe penalties.

    Jun – SF – Delegates to the opening the American Medical Associations convention were warned of what parts of the city to stay out of to avoid the city’s “brigades of homosexuals”. One nearby newsstand owner complained that cruising guide sales were off 50%, and felt that “the AMA, a nonprofit organization, should be enjoined from making such pronouncements in restraint of trade.

    Jul – San Mateo – City Council considers ordinance prohibiting employment of entertainers or others whose activities encourages the congregation of homosexuals.

    Oct – San Diego – Crackdown – Balboa Park – 131 men are arrested by a single officer who said he repeatedly witnessed “lewd & lascivious” conduct.

    Nov – Assemblyman Willie Brown introduces AB-743, Consensual Sex revision of the Penal Code, co-sponsored by Assemblyman John Burton.

    Paragraph 175 is eased in East Germany
    Pierre Elliott Trudeau decriminalizes homosexual relations in Canada famously stating “The Government has no business in the bedrooms of the nation.”


    1969 California enacts a unique law, signed by Governor Ronald Reagan, permitting the treatment of sexual psychopaths by means of prayer alone.

    Morrison v State Board of Education. The state Supreme Court holds homosexuality per se is not sufficient to dismiss a teacher, although the implications of homosexuality may be considered in determining a teachers fitness. (1969 or ’70?)

    Berkeley – Police shoot and kill an un-armed gay man in Aquatic Park who was being arrested for lewd conduct. SIR demands an investigation.

    LA- One partner of the Club baths shots the other after a business disagreement, police investigate.

    SF – Public Utilities Commission denies Yellow Page listing for four gay groups.

    Wilmington – Police arrest two patrons at a local dance bar for lewd conduct. At closing time about 25 patrons buy flowers and hold a “petal-power vigil” till morning when the two men are released on bail.

    Nov LA – Times refuses gay organizational ad. Picketed.

    LA – Police arrest 11 people in two separate raids on the Gear Box bar, and 9 people are arrested at the Club Baths.

    Nov – LA – Demonstration of approx. 200 for law reform, sponsored by the Committee for Homosexual Law Reform.

    May 18 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – FREE (Fight Repression of Erotic Expression) is formed at the University of Minnesota. It is the first group in the United States for gay and lesbian students; it is also the first gay and lesbian organization in the state of Minnesota. Its successor is now called the Queer Student Cultural Center.

    1969 — Stonewall Rebellion — New York City

    June 27, 1969 — The eve of Judy Garland’s funeral, the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in New York City’s Greenwich Village, was raided by the Public Morals section of the New York Police department. The police began arresting people, and the crowd outside the bar along with numerous drag queens and other patrons started to rebel.
    Violent confrontations with police ensued throughout the week to protest police harassment against the gay community. The stage for the Gay Pride Movement was set and the last weekend in June commemorates this historic uprising.
    The Stonewall Riot and Its Aftermath [columbia.edu]

    1969 — The CA Sodomy Repeal Bill (Consenting Adults Bill) was influenced by Metropolitan Community Church founder Rev. Troy Perry and introduced to the California legislature starting in 1969 by Assemblyman Willie Brown, and every year afterwards until its passage in 1975.


    March 17 – American film Boys in the Band premiers, the first major studio release focusing solely on homosexuality issues.
    June 28 – In the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots, more than 2,000 people march in New York City as part of the first gay pride parade in the United States.
    1970 — Parade Theme: Gay In

    The first San Francisco Gay Pride Parade was on June 28, 1970 and was called “Gay In.” The name and date for the event combined two significant events: the Stonewall Rebellion and the Human Be-In.

    The gay equivalent to the Human Be-in, a Gathering of Tribes which took place in 1967 in Golden Gate Park to bring together various factions of SF-based counter culture. 30,000 people showed up to collectively search for social change and hear Timothy Leary speak the ’60s mantra “Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out.”

    Found in nearly every home, within the reach of underage children, is a book plump with scenes normally confined to sin-bins marked “Adults Only.” We’re talking about the Holy Bible, a book filled with incest, rape, adultery, prostitution, drugs, bestiality, castration-all the nasty stuff!

    Our values and societies laws come from the Bible

    The ACLU will use God against you and here is a question to you that the ACLU has already used and they will use it again with this issue and the question is “Where Did Cain Get His Wife?”

    By the way, please visit: X-Rated Pornography in the Bible. The

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