Wednesday, August 10, 2011

ACLU Big Shot Busted For DWI

Because when fighting for the cause of men marrying men, the deaths of innocent pedestrians and other law-abiding citizens is meaningless:

The executive director of the ACLU was hauled over by East Hampton cops and charged with DWI after getting sloshed while celebrating the passage of the gay-marriage law, police and other sources said.

Anthony Romero, 46, was careening into oncoming traffic and onto the shoulder of Pantigo Road -- at a tortoise-like 10 mph in a 30-mph zone -- while heading back to his East Hampton condo after a night of revelry, police and sources said.

The Princeton- and Stanford-educated lawyer handled the officer's demands like a pro -- refusing to take a Breathalyzer exam or other sobriety tests, and stalling for time when asked to show his identification, according to a police report.

The Bronx native was charged with misdemeanor DWI, refusal to take a Breathalyzer test, driving on the shoulder, failure to use a designated lane and driving too slowly.

He pleaded not guilty, and is due back in court tomorrow.

And in another example of how rich liberals (Romero makes almost $330K year in salary alone) don't have to live by the same rules as you and I:

The police said they "inadvertently" omitted Romero from a weekly press-release package that includes details of every DWI charge.


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