A man wrote me yesterday about his disappointment with the ACLU. He’d been harassed by police and went to the ACLU to get some help. Of course, he discovered what I discovered a long time ago. That the ACLU is full of s–t. He got absolutely no help. And not only did he not get any help, but they screwed around with him, and gave him all kinds of phony phone numbers. When he called the phone numbers, no one answered. And he also found that everyone in the ACLU office dressed all in black. He found that strange. The ACLU people were probably wearing black to mimic a target. That’s how honest the people at the ACLU are.
The man couldn’t believe that the ACLU could act the way it did. And, also, he couldn’t believe that the police had such corrupt officers. And he also remarked that the U.S. is really in a bad way if we can’t even trust ACLU.
He wrote me because he’d seen my blog on what I think of the ACLU and police. Sometimes, I write this blog and think I’m not doing any good. But having someone get in touch with me because of something I’ve written, always touches my heart. I know that a lot of you who read my blog are reading it because of something I’ve written. So, I want to thank you all for appreciating what I do. Without you readers, my blog would mean nothing.
So today, I’m calling this “Reader Appreciation Day.” Thank you all for pushing me forward. For keeping me going when I don’t feel like going on. Thank you for taking the time to read my blog. I appreciate every single of you. I love you all, and wish you the best in whatever you do. And if I could send you all flowers and chocolates, I would.
And, of course, a bouquet of flowers to WordPress.com, too.
I want to thank J. Paxon Reyes for the use of his photo of the cholocate candies in a box.
Hugs and lots of love,
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