Thursday, April 4, 2013


Those pussies at the American Civil Liberties Union are at it again!

A portrait of Jesus that had adorned a southern Ohio public school district building since 1947 has been taken down after officials decided they could not risk losing a lawsuit to the American Civil Liberties Union.
The superintendent of Jackson City Schools said that the decision was made after cowards at the district's insurance company declined to cover litigation expenses. A student club that the school says owns the portrait took it down Wednesday morning at his direction.
The ACLU and the Freedom from Religion Foundation had sued on behalf of a student and two parents, calling the portrait an unconstitutional promotion of religion in a public school.

An ACLU spokesman says the lawsuit remains in effect, but will be dropped if the portrait stays down.

The "Head of Christ," a popular depiction of Jesus, had been in an entranceway's "Hall of Honor" in a middle school building that was formerly a high school.

It was near portraits of dozens of prominent alumni and people with local roots such as the late four-term Ohio Gov. James Rhodes.

The portrait was moved recently by a Christian-based service club to the current high school building.
A complaint that triggered the February lawsuit put the 2,500-student district in the midst of the ongoing national debate over what religious-themed displays are permissible.

And so, once again, the ACLU screws it up for students, but manages to strike another blow for athiests everywhere.

What amazes me, is that if all these athiests are so sure of themselves, why is it that people of faith seem to threaten them so much?

It's almost as if they are afraid they may have it wrong...

As for the lame-ass student and his asshole parents?

Can you please get a frigging life?

I hope the other students in the school have a lapse of faith and kick the living shit out of you.

Then I think some rolls of toilet paper blanketing your parents' house may be in order.

Juvenile? Yeah.

What Jesus would do? Probably not.

The feeling I'd get if I read about it in the news? Priceless!


  1. >> . . . Those pussies at the American Civil Liberties Union are at it again!

    Who moved the portrait? [A play on the book title ‘Who Moved The Stone?’] Those who moved the portrait are the biggest pussies of all – bigger pussies even than the ACLU.

    Our Founding Fathers would have gone to war against this current U.S. Government long before now!

    The ACLU is only doing what you would expect from certified Communists. [The book ‘The ACLU Vs. America’ by Alan Sears proves beyond any doubt whatsoever that the ACLU is and always was a Communist front organization.] We have every reason to believe that Communists like the ACLU and Barack Obama will ACT like Communists. What is harder to believe is that Americans who claim to believe in “Americanism” would act like pussies, and yet they do it every single day of the year.

    The reason America died is because Americans became Americonned Pussies.

    >> . . . It's almost as if they [atheists] are afraid they may have it wrong...

    Aww, I covered that some time ago. It’s more than that they are “afraid” they may have it wrong. They flat-out “KNOW” they have it wrong! They’re not stupid, they’re worse than that: they are willfully rebellious against The One True God.

    I’m still VERY eager to mix it up with ANY atheist who wants to debate me in a battle of verifiable FACTS at ‘You’re A Mean One, Atheist’. But none of them ever has or ever will take up that challenge; they know the outcome already and prefer to deal with Communist judges rather than anti-Communist Constitutional Patriots.

    In the end, the people of the USA will be enslaved, just like they deserve to be.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    ‘Loyal American Underground’

    1. >>Who moved the portrait?

      Stephen-while I agree that they caved, I can see why. Their insurance was not going to cover the cost to defend against this lawsuit, and you know the ACLU has deep pockets and would not back off.

      >>But none of them ever has or ever will take up that challenge

      They don't need to take up the challenge. Our video-game junkie American Idol mentality 24 hour Ten ESPN channel population is more than willing to let this go on.

      Why fight a battle with a handful of people who are entrenched when you've won the war and can just wait out the McDogg's of your opposition?


  2. I couldn't comment on this without re-writing the post entirely. Dead on.

    1. Thanks, CW-

      Sadly, the above comments are also dead on...the athiests are winning and most Americans have already conceded.


  3. This is a very sad commentary on where we are at as a nation.

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  6. Part 1 Of 2:

    I'm pretty late getting back to this one when the average life of most blog bits is probably about 3 days but...

    >> . . . Why fight a battle with a handful of people who are entrenched when you've won the war and can just wait out the McDogg's of your opposition?

    I wasn’t referring to “representatives” of atheistic groups like the ACLU and ‘Americans United For Separation Of Church And State’ who might be thinking in tactical terms. If that were the case, you would be right: why argue with me?

    But I was thinking simply of individual atheists who are normally so loud-mouthed and cocky. The thing is, most atheists have gargantuan egos, which is why they deny the existence of God in the first place. (Their egos find the thought of an Entity smarter and superior to themselves – Whom they might have to answer to for their actions – totally repugnant. That’s WHY most of them are atheists!)

    I have encountered so many extremely arrogant atheists in the past that it surprises me they don’t come around and try to argue with me at Blogspot the way they did at The blog bit I linked to above has had 229 hits, and I’m sure the majority of them were atheists. Why have NONE of them left a comment? Did I not insult them sufficiently? Pshaw!

    >> . . . Stephen-while I agree that they caved, I can see why. Their insurance was not going to cover the cost to defend against this lawsuit, and you know the ACLU has deep pockets and would not back off.

    What you say is true, but I disagree with the assumption that the only two options were A) remove the portrait, or B) fight the ACLU in court.

    Those are the two options that people have been entertaining for decades now and YOU SEE what it has gotten us! Desperate times call for desperate measures; at the bare minimum, a new approach.

    Of course, anyone who truly knows the Constitution also knows that groups like the ACLU and ‘Americans United For Separation Of Church And State’ have been aided by un-Constitutional rulings from Liberal and/or Commie judges for a long time now. ‘States Rights’ have been utterly trampled and crushed and the Constitution (particularly the 10th Amendment) has been killed and buried.

    It's time for someone to stand up and say, “No more! It stops today! It stops here! It stops with me!” You know, when a person cares enough about the issue, they take a stand, even if that stand means they might be unjustly jailed. Your Dad – may he rest in peace – is a good example of that!

    Had I been the person in ultimate authority in the case you have presented here, I might well have called a press conference and said this:

    “I have no intention whatsoever of removing the portrait of Jesus Christ. I also have no intention of going to court with the ACLU. The portrait stays; the lawsuit is ignored. Anyone who intends to remove the portrait of Jesus Christ from these premises had better show up well armed and fully convinced that removing the picture of Jesus is important enough to make the ultimate sacrifice for.”

    Can you imagine the press coverage you would get? Can you imagine the outpouring of support you would get from the American People in general? (Approximately 75-80% of Americans consider themselves “Christian” of one stripe or another.)

    Continued Below...

  7. Part 2 Of 2:

    What we need is for people to begin thinking ‘outside the box’! Removing the portrait means that the Communistic front group, the ACLU, wins without a fight. Going to court means that the ACLU wins after a delay. But refusing to do either means...? What it means is “a REAL fight!”

    Would the police be called to the scene? Yes. Would they be comfortable? No! Would someone get arrested? Probably. Would the ACLU ultimately back down? Probably, because they’re nothing more than a bunch of pussy atheists who have nothing – literally “NOTHING!” - to fight “FOR”.

    But like I said in my original comment, the school authorities were the biggest pussies of all because they gave in without ANY SORT OF FIGHT AT ALL!

    There is some sound historical foundation for taking a stand like I proposed above. For one thing, there is a reason that the Judiciary was the third of the three branches of government mentioned in the Constitution and why the least number of words was utilized in explaining what that branch’s job is. Also, consider these quotes from history:

    “Each of the three departments has equally the right to decide for itself what is its duty under the Constitution without any regard to what the others may have decided for themselves under a similar question.” [...] “You seem to consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions; a very dangerous doctrine indeed, and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy. Our judges are as honest as other men and not more so. They have, with others, the same passions for party, for power, and the privilege of their corps. [...] And their power the more dangerous as they are in office for life and not responsible, as the other functionaries are, to the elective control. The Constitution has erected no such tribunal.”
    ~ Thomas Jefferson

    My favorite U.S. president, Andrew Jackson, had this to say:

    “The opinion of the judges has no more authority over the Congress than the opinion of Congress has over the judges...” [...] And... "The decision of the Supreme Court has fell still born, and they find that they cannot coerce Georgia to yield to its mandate," [that is, the Court's opinion because it had no power to enforce its edict].

    Susan Swiderski recommend that I see a movie titled ‘Last Ounce Of Courage’ (available via NetFlix) and I did. Technically speaking, it was not a very good movie. The acting was just passable and the production values made it seem like one of those old Hallmark ‘After School Specials’. But the message was right on the mark: If we care at all about our morality and the Christian heritage of our nation, some INDIVIDUALS will need to step forward, take a stand, and be willing to be incarcerated if necessary.

    Right now, very few INDIVIDUALS seem willing to FIGHT for what is right. (If it were easy, it wouldn’t be called a “fight”.) Pardon my “French” but... there has to be a point where someone has the balls to shout: “F**k YOU! Take it... if you CAN!” [But substitute the word “fudge” for “f**k” if you’re a Christian.]

    ~ Stephen

    1. Stephen-sorry it took so long to post these-I was in Puerto Rico (perk of my new job-our biggest client is there) and the hotel internet was not cooperating (but the bar at the pool cooperated nicely).

      I limited my thoughts to the two choices (remove portait, court) because it looked like that was the guidance the superintendant was given, and it does not seem that he was the person with the highest authority.

      I do not think we disagree that people often do not act on their convictions.

      But a lot of times, someone who is not the ultimate decision maker is holding the bag, and it can be a precarious situation.

      However...I agree with you that if the OVERWHELMING MAJORITY of this nation that calls themselves Christian does not wake the fudge up and say "This is a nation founded on Christian values" in a loud voice to the Muslim in the oval office and the atheists on Capitol Hill...then they should peel those durn fish symbols off of their bumpers!

    It had occurred to me that you might have been out of town. I also entertained the idea that my original 2-part comment simply didn't reach you due to a Blogger Bug (not exactly uncommon pests). That's the reason I resubmitted it (not expecting you to post it twice).

    Anyway... I chose to focus on the more "sensationalistic" response the school authorities could have gone with (since my personality is such that I myself would have probably just gone with the "F##k you!" approach - the portrait stays and the court can just f**k itself).

    However, there is yet one more option the school authorities had available to them. Rather than just meekly comply with the ACLU ('American Communist Liars Union') demand that they remove the portrait of Jesus, they could have sought help from one of a few national legal organizations that defend, pro bono, clients who are battling the ACLU to preserve our Christian heritage and First Amendment rights.

    One of the most well known of these outfits - The Alliance Defense Fund - is located right here in Arizona, and for years they have freely offered their services to various clients across the country and have whupped the ACLU's ass in many courtroom battles of this very nature, helping to hold off the demonic forces like the ACLU in their anti-Christian war against the USA.

    Not only did this southern Ohio school district cave in to the 'American Communist Liars Union' demands, but they caved in so easily that I strongly suspect the school pussies were secretly happy to let the ACLU win. They were probably sick and tired of seeing Jesus "hanging" around the place.

    ~ D-FensDogg
    'Loyal American Underground'

    1. Funny-I assumed it was posted twice due to a was late...

      I think you may have mentioned the Alliance Defense Fund to me before (sounds familiar now that I read this)...good to know that not everyone has given in to those idiots in the ACLU....