"You are confusing that Goverment Legal Assistance organization and the ACLU. ACLU gets no Tax money"
Sorry but you are wrong. Our tax money is given to the ACLU every time they file what they call a suit for civil rights. The law that established the right to sue gave the judges the ability to take local tax money and give it to the lawyers bringing the suit. Does not matter if they win or lose. When the ACLU informs, by letter, a state, a city, or county or school district they they will sue they always include a bill for their services.
posted on 12/26/2005 11:58:04 AM PST
No, you are wrong. Please post your supporting link for this claim. I gave you the info right from the ACLU website. What is YOUR proof? You are confusing the Government Legal Service Agency or group or commission or what ever with the ACLU. Different groups.
Unless you are claiming that because the cost of the Damages awarded to a Plaintiff are used to cover the ACLU costs for representing them as "Taxpayer money"? Sorry those costs are paid no matter WHO represents the winner. Claiming that as "Taxpayer money" going to the ACLU is incredibly, incredibility intellectually dishonest. EVEN if the Congress passed a law banning such awards to the ACLU it would be an Unconstitutional imposition of Congressional Authority on the Judiciary. Sorry but you are just wrong all the way around on this.
posted on 12/26/2005 12:07:18 PM PST
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