Sunday, June 28, 2009

Outlaw Blogging?

From Pamela Geller, "Outlaw Blogging?":

In a blatant attempt to stop the march of progress, comes this outrage. If newspapers are dying, good riddance to bad rubbish. The death of propagandists and disinformationalists can't come soon enough. America is in trouble. The inadequate traitor in the White House could never have been elected had it not been for the greatest act of perfidy in the media history. They have long abdicated their role as public servant. They are guilty of high treason.
Interesting examples at the link.


Dave said...

In a representative government, the people get exactly the government they deserve.

It is not as if reams of contrary information about the real Barry Hussein Soetoro wasn't plastered all over the Internet well over 2.5 years ago.

If the majority of the American people were too lazy to avail themselves of it, then they deserve what they are about to get.

I'm sorry, but elections have consequences.

I have believes for some time that the majority of the people in this country are now too stupid to live in a truly free society. The election results last November, as well as Obama's still inexplicably high poll numbers, have only served to reinforce my belief.

At least I now know how that handful of Roman citizens whose minds ranged far enough to actually "get it" felt during the last days of the Roman Republic.


Steve Burri said...

Requesting permission to link you from time to time.