More ALCU hijinx, from the site of site of KPEL radio:
ACLU Of Louisiana Voices Opposition To Potential Lafayette Flags Ordinance
LAFAYETTE, La. (KPEL) — The executive director of Louisiana’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is cautioning against a proposed ordinance that could limit what types of flags could be flown on government-owned flagpoles.
The comments come after controversy surrounding a gay pride flag that was flown at Girard Park in Lafayette shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act.
Lafayette City-Parish councilman Andy Naquin is considering an ordinance that would only allow the U.S. flag, the Louisiana state flag, and the City of Lafayette flag to be flown on government flagpoles. However, Naquin also indicated to the Daily Advertiser that he might consider certain exceptions, such as the flying of the Mardi Gras flag.
The ACLU jumps in when it is a matter of a “gay pride” flag. Let’s not limit what flags can be flown!
It is hard to deny that the Confederate flag is still pretty popular in some places, probably a lot more popular than a rainbow flag that symbolizes aberrant sexual appetites.
Would the ACLU defend the flying of the Stars and Bars in Louisiana?
As it turns out, NOPE. They argued, in Louisiana, that the “battle flag” wounds people of color.
Here is some news for the ACLU, having invasive, militant homosexuality crammed down our throats offends people of heterosexuality.