ACLU Fights the Most Important Battles of the Day

Here's my favorite line from the news today:
In an effort to help Sen. Larry Craig, the American Civil Liberties Union is arguing that people who have sex in public bathrooms have an expectation of privacy.
What part about "public" does the ACLU not understand?

The ACLU says we should have an expectation of privacy in a public bathroom. Does this make any sense to anyone? What then is the threshold for privacy? Should all consensual sex anywhere be deemed a private matter despite putting everyone else in an uncomfortable situation?

I don't know about you I don't want strange men hanging out in men's rooms when I go in there with my kids.

Couldn't I call this a hostile lurking environment?


  1. Here in Texas fireworks are legal. What would it do to someone's "reasonable expectation of privact" if a firecracker is lit and tossed under the stall door?

    Just wondering.

  2. Why is it if someone is offended by a moment of silence in a public school, the ACLU fights to stop it? But if people are offended by sex in a public restroom it's defended by the ACLU?

    Is there no consistency with these people?

  3. Yup, that is my senator. What is crazier, the ACLU defending this senator or his response? "I didn't mean to plead guilty."

  4. The ACLU wants to HELP Larry Craig? I think the saying, "With friends like these, who needs enemies?" applies here.

  5. I would hope the ACLU would defend victims of police entrapment like Sen. Craig.


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