Friday, September 26, 2008

More Fascist tactics by Obama's supporters.

From the Gateway pundit blog

St. Louis and Missouri Democrat sheriffs and top prosecutors are planning to go after anyone who makes false statements against Obama during his campaign. This is so one sided I can't even begin to describe how wrong this agenda is.

It's one thing if they want to keep the campaign fair for both sides, but they clearly only want to enforce the issue for the Obama Camp.
St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce and St. Louis County Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch are threatening to bring libel charges against those who speak out falsely against Barack Obama.

KMOV aired a story last night, that stated that St. Louis County Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch and St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce, both Obama supporters, are threatening to bring criminal libel charges against anyone who levels what turns out to be false criticisms of their chosen candidate for President.


They are already after the TRUTHFUL NRA ads. They went after Stanley Kurtz of the National Review. Now keep in mind while truth IS a defense, it's a real pain in the ass to have to defend this in court.

Keep fighting. Obama, Axelrod, Daley, and their Chicago Alinsky politics have to lose, by ANY LEGAL MEANS NECESSARY. Destroy them and stop fascism.

5 comments:

Communications guru said...

Wow. Talk about getting hysterical. You can't libel a public official, so the NRA is free to continue their lies about Sen. Obama's record. That's what the Grand Oil Party does best.

This is what Factcheck says about the false NRA attack ads: "Much of what the NRA passes off as Obama's "10 Point Plan to 'Change' the Second Amendment" is actually contrary to what he has said throughout his campaign. And we find the NRA has cherry-picked, twisted and misrepresented Obama's record to come up with a bogus "plan.""
http://www.factcheck.org/elections-2008/nra_targets_obama.html

Republican Michigander said...

Factcheck, funded by Obama's buddies at Annenberg, is wrong. I went over that in thread about goon squads going after their FCC licenses.

keithr said...

This is an intimidation tactic, pure and simple, designed to scare everyone from speaking the truth, and clearly a potential abuse of government power. They file a lawsuit and the defendant is bankrupted by legal fees regardless of the outcome of the suit, intimidation pure and simple.

Democrat politics in the purest form.

This really moves into some gray areas. Much of what we see and read these days tends to be as much opinion as fact, and historically people have been entitled to freely express their opinions in the U.S. And it has long been standard practice for political ads to stretch the truth in such a way that gets a certain message across while providing plausable deniability to a campaign.

I'd say the NRA is safe. They have deep pockets to use in fighting their legal battles and they have a well regarded legal team. It's the little guys out there, the people who Democrats claim to protect, that need to watch out.

liberalshateusa said...

I watched the tv spot also, although the 2 described persons themselves did not say Nobama only, they did join the Nobama truth squad. Typical Liberal hypocrisy.

Just like in Ohio were the Ohio's elections chief was sued Monday for a second time for suggesting that counties reject absentee ballot requests that were printed by John McCain's campaign and that she considers incomplete.

Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, a Democrat, has been unfairly advising boards of elections to reject the GOP petitions, according to William Todd, an attorney advising Republicans on ballot issues, who filed the lawsuit at the Ohio Supreme Court on behalf of two Franklin County voters.

A voter by Ohio law can request a absentee ballot on a brown paper bag.

I thought from my Fla 2000 election experience(By the way Bush won) that every vote should count, not just demorat ones.



TV spot here

Communications guru said...

“Factcheck, funded by Obama's buddies at Annenberg?” Unbelievable. You will not let facts get in the way of your warped, one-issue view of the world will you?