Saturday, April 23, 2005

Busted

WorldNetDaily:

ADF points out that in 2003, shortly after Prince v. Jacoby was decided, the ACLU sent an information letter to school officials in Washington state explaining the case "makes it clear that student clubs promoting tolerance for gay students are entitled to the same resources as other clubs."

But now, the ACLU has filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Truth case that takes the opposite position.

The ACLU now wants to strike down the Prince case if it will be used to allow a Bible club on campus, the ADF's Tim Chandler told WorldNetDaily.

The Anti-Christian Litigation Union's commitment to the law is conditional? I'm shocked. Shocked. But the question is, will they still claim legal precedent for the gay groups?