More On The ACLU's Response To The Legal Punks At The Misnamed Liberty Counsel
Justin Watts has put up the latest on the reponse to the Liberty Counsel's legal threat directed at him here. It includes a copy of the ACLU's detailed legal response sent to the Florida based bastion of legal bigotry, the Liberty Counsel, as well as other pertinent links.
This quote from the text of another response, sent on behalf of Ex-Gay Watch, is a keeper:
“Just as the ex-gay movement often uses weak science in support of its agenda, so Exodus is using weak law to curtail Mr. Airhart’s freedom of speech. It’s unfortunate that many of Exodus’s targets have no choice but to turn to “Wikipedia” to resist Exodus’s bullying tactics. Yet this is one instance in which “Wikipedia” appears to have a better understanding of First Amendment principles than Exodus’s own counsel.”Bottom line: Exodus has dropped its complaint... go figure.
Thanks to Justin, the ACLU and all who worked on opposing the legal thuggery of Exodus and the Liberty Counsel. If you think that you'd like to help fight the Taliban of right's efforts to silence Americans, consider making a donation to the ACLU.
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