"If the ACLU ever wants money, it should contact the Al Qaeda fundraisers. No organization in America enables terrorism as much as the ACLU, period. It is putting your life in danger. And that is no exaggeration.
Unfortunately, there's nothing we can do about it. No way to stop it. The ACLU operates within the law and uses the legal system to oppose the war on terror. And there are enough loony judges around to give that organization power, especially here in New York City and in San Francisco.
The only thing we can do is hold people who raise and give money to the ACLU accountable. In the weeks to come, "The Factor" will tell you who these people and organizations are, so you can decide whether or not you want to do business with them.
There are many issues I struggle with on this program, trying to decide what's right and what's wrong so I can present a cogent analysis to you. But the ACLU's opposition to all anti-terror measures is not one of those issues. This is a dangerous organization. The evidence of that is overwhelming."
Ever since I read Andrea Mackris' truly scary testimony about Bill O'Reilly's bizarre fantasies, I have asked myself: Self, have I adequately protected myself against even the smallest chance of ever having anything at all to do with Bill O'Reilly? I mean, suppose I were innocently walking around downtown Baltimore and I found myself face to face with him: what would I do? He seems too imperviously clueless to be repelled by, say, mace or stun guns; and garlic and holy water seem more appropriate to Bob Novak than to O'Reilly. I have some intriguing curse objects that I bought at a witchcraft and santeria store in LA (as well as "Justice Powder" -- who knew the cardinal virtues were available in powdered form?), but I don't usually carry coffin nails and black candles in the shape of skulls with me for routine errands. What to do?
Now I learn that, as a member of the ACLU, I have been unknowingly protected from ever having to encounter Bill O'Reilly for years. I can just take the ACLU membership card that, as a card-carrying member, I dutifully carry around, wave it at him, and he will boycott me! I can't tell you what a relief this is.
If you would like to enjoy the ACLU's special anti-O'Reilly protective powers too, all you have to do is join them, and then let O'Reilly know (you can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.) See how easy?