Nativity scene that perhaps even the ACLU would approve of

Posted by: ST on December 5, 2006 at 11:00 am

Jay at Stop The ACLU has the details on a nativity scene created by the Young Conservatives of Texas – University of Texas Chapter – that they believe would appeal to the ACLU. Check it out here.


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8 Responses to “Nativity scene that perhaps even the ACLU would approve of”


  1. Severian says:

    Joseph and Gary should be sure to explain that the reason there is no baby Jesus in the manger is that they harvested him as an embryo in order to do stem cell research. 8-|

  2. Karl says:

    Slow poke. I noted this last weekend ;)

  3. You got pix of it, Karl? If so, let me know and I’ll link up. I’d seen this story when STACLU blogged about it a few days ago, but they didn’t have pix at that time. Adding pix adds a whole new dimension to the story :)

  4. Karl says:

    No, i did ther same as you, saw it at STA and used it as part of an ACLU round up.

    I was just giving ya a bad time cuz I miss ya.


  5. Lorica says:

    I miss her more. :o)

  6. April says:

    I, a Christian, am very offended by this attack! The Red Cross, Habitats for Humanity, missionaries in Africa are Christian based. I wouldn’t be suprised if a liberal would gladly accept help from one of these outreach organizations and yet at the same time stab them in the back with out right blasphemy! Shame on them.