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  • The Scriptorium

    8/11/2005

    ACLU Terrorists Collect More of Our Tax Dollars

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 3:11 pm

    I’ve ranted many times on this blog about the tax payer dollars that go to the ACLU for their judicial terrorism against the American people. Many of you out there may not believe our tax dollars are really funding that non-profit organization. This story is a perfect example of how the ACLU’s attacks on Christian values pay off, and pay off big. When you consider the number of cases just like this one all over the country, it becomes obvious that the ACLU has no reason to ever stop its mission to ban Christianity in the public square, provide aid and comfort to our terrorist enemies, and destroy our constitution through judicial activism. Suing Americans for exercising their constitutional rights is big business.

    Nearly two years after an anonymous resident sued the county to remove a framed copy of the Ten Commandments from the courthouse breezeway, Barrow County commissioners authorized a payment of $150,001 to the American Civil Liberties Union and the resident to be paid today with taxpayer dollars.
    Commission Chairman Doug Garrison said the county will write two checks, one for $1 to John Doe and the other to the ACLU. The identity of the person who sued the county has remained a secret.
    “I hope he signs it and endorses it so when it comes back, we’ll know who he is,” Garrison said of the check to John Doe. “I don’t expect it ever to be cashed.”

    The county has spent $414,748.54 on the lawsuit, including the settlement. Garrison said attorney Herb Titus has not sent the county a bill since April, but they may still see one, adding to the county’s total fees. Titus charges $300 an hour.

    Of the total funds spent, $213,436.14 has been paid by Ten Commandments-Georgia Inc., a group dedicated, in part, to funding the county’s court case. The county has used $93,747.49 in taxpayer dollars and Ten Commandments-Georgia has pledged to reimburse all of it, though President Jody Hice has said previously that they will not pay for the settlement. . . . . .

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