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megimoo
01-11-2011, 08:26 PM
was under fire, wait until you see what they have in mind for The First!

Rep. Brady (D – PA) has promised to introduce new legislation to criminalize any political speech which could be perceived as incendiary, and other Democrats suggested that there should be a blanket ban on all speech and symbols which might be conceivably interpreted as incendiary against members of Congress.

Rep. Louise Slaughter (D – NY) insisted that the FCC should work hard to restrict political speech that “could incite people,” adding that “no one owns the airwaves” and that she clearly felt the FCC was not doing enough to regulate political commentary nor to sanction those whose criticism were unacceptable to her.

By the way, if you're wondering how freedom dies.... you're seeing it.

Why is it now that we're seeing this sort of reaction, and why is it that we have Congressfolk trying to introduce what amount to a bill granting Titles of Nobility, which are, I remind you, explicitly barred under The Constitution?

If it's illegal to make a death threat against The President (it is), or a sitting Congressperson (it is), or a Judge (it is), then it should be equally unlawful and result in the same prosecution if someone makes the same threat aimed toward you or I.

Oh yeah, we had that too. The Tucson shooter allegedly made several death threats - against the Pima College administration, against talk show hosts in the area, and against bloggers.


http://market-ticker.org/akcs-www?post=177046

Novaheart
01-11-2011, 10:05 PM
Remember the names. Write down the names... of every politician who calls for a law in reaction to Tucson or any similar event. Remember the name so that whenever it is mentioned in you presence you cen remind folks that that person wants to undermine the Bill of Rights.

m00
01-11-2011, 10:07 PM
Part of me thinks the ship has already sailed. Americans have voluntarily relinquished their freedoms to Government since WWI. Now we're just arguing over which freedoms to let go, and how fast.

Calypso Jones
01-11-2011, 10:54 PM
Boehner says no.

http://thehill.com/homenews/house/137393-speaker-boehner-says-no-to-new-gun-controls