Wednesday, May 30, 2007


Today's latest bit of ACLU leftist lunacy; they are suing Jeppesen Dataplan, a unit of Boeing, because they claim it "assisted the Central Intelligence Agency in secretly abducting suspect foreigners to overseas prisons where they were held and interrogated".

Jeppesen Dataplan makes charts and maps.

Of course, the ACLU makes their case obvious; like petulant teenagers who scream at anyone who is nice to the people they insanely hate, they're trying to punish corporations for selling to the government.
"American corporations should not be profiting from a CIA rendition program that is unlawful and contrary to core American values," Anthony Romero, executive director of the ACLU, said in a statement. "Corporations that choose to participate in such activity can and should be held legally accountable."

Meanwhile, while filing lawsuits roughly equivalent to litigation against a gas station owner for giving people directions, they apparently ignore the kiddie porn and sex chats with twelve-year-olds in which their leaders are indulging.


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