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WHO DOES ACLU REALLY PROTECT?

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The ACLU is an organization dedicated to "protecting" the rights of individuals. Members obviously disagree with religion being associated with any government organization. What is the definition of "religion"? By Webster's terms, it is "a specific system of belief or worship." It seems to me that the ACLU has it's own "belief system" and they are forcing it on many unwilling people.

By their own statement of purpose, they are hypocrites. In the event that someone feels their "rights" have been violated, we have a legal system with plenty of lawyers to wade through the system to get retribution (although it doesn't work that well). Why do we need the ACLU? Who are they really protecting? I would have to say they are protecting their own vision of what they feel America should be.To remove all evidences of God from Utah would be the same as asking the United States not to use the American flag, to change the Pledge of Allegiance to remove God from it as well or remove "In God We Trust" from money.

If the ACLU is allowed to continue, I fully expect not to be able to read my scriptures out in public because it may "offend" someone.

Laura Warburton

Layton