The ACLU Goes AWOL

When George W. Bush was president, the ACLU and its liberal allies were driven nearly berserk by the possibility that the FBI might know what library books Americans had borrowed.   Under the terms of the health care legislation that President Obama signed into law earlier today, the IRS will have access to all of our most intimate medical records -- and not one peep from the ACLU or anyone else on the Democratic side of the aisle in either the House or the Senate.

If you hadn't already understood that the ACLU is just another bunch of left-wing phonies -- well, now you know.  And if you hadn't already figured out that when President Bush was in the White House trying to stop terrorism, Democrats opposed the Patriot Act simply as a way of throwing a banana peel under the president's feet -- well, now you know that, too.
When George W. Bush was president, the ACLU and its liberal allies were driven nearly berserk by the possibility that the FBI might know what library books Americans had borrowed.   Under the terms of the health care legislation that President Obama signed into law earlier today, the IRS will have access to all of our most intimate medical records -- and not one peep from the ACLU or anyone else on the Democratic side of the aisle in either the House or the Senate.

If you hadn't already understood that the ACLU is just another bunch of left-wing phonies -- well, now you know.  And if you hadn't already figured out that when President Bush was in the White House trying to stop terrorism, Democrats opposed the Patriot Act simply as a way of throwing a banana peel under the president's feet -- well, now you know that, too.

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