Debating (or Not) the DISCLOSE Act: 1st Amendment dying a death of a 1000 cuts

UPDATE: Well, this piece of crap passed the house today and is on its way to the senate. If the senate doesn’t recognize that this bill is even more blatantly unconstitutional than the law it was designed to replace which was struck down by the Supreme Court, it will be up to the courts to AGAIN save us from this erasure of the 1st Amendment. We’re running out of luck. If you value your freedoms, get off your butt and pressure your pole-iticians. Be a citizen, not a subject.

Now watch this Hank Johnson moron from Georgia ADMITTING ON CAMERA that the whole purpose of the DISCLOSE Act is to keep Republicans from getting elected.  These progressive socialists are getting so brazen now that they don’t even hide their tyranny anymore.


http://blog.eyeblast.tv/2010/06/hank-johnson-d-ga-we-have-to-pass-this-bill-to-make-sure-republicans-dont-get-elected/
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Watch this video!!! – http://www.eyeblast.tv/public/checker.aspx?v=Xd2GqGuzVr


Our 1st Amendment is dying a death of a 1000 cuts. We are being forced into the religion of “global warming,” and prevented from exercising any other religious freedom (unless that religion blows people up and makes the liberals scared of you). The press has largely given up all pretenses of objectivity. Only the “new media” on the internet provides any other point of view on news and politics. We are now being told what we can say and when we can say it. You can freely say anything you want as long as it doesn’t offend a liberal. Next will come (or go) the freedom to assemble or petition the government. I am already hearing rumors (unconfirmed as of yet) of people being arrested for sending critical e-mails to congressmen and senators.

Is this still America? If so, for how much longer?


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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Debating (or Not) the DISCLOSE Act

[Hans A. von Spakovsky]

…True to form, the committee kept the public out of a hearing about a bill intended to promote “transparency” in elections. …

… The Democrats believe that only one hour of free speech is needed before voting on a bill that will severely restrict free speech. …

… In other words, Congress would silence companies that are in favor of oil and gas drilling, but not the critics of offshore drilling. One could not find a starker example of how this bill is intended to silence those whose political views the liberals don’t like. …

… even the ACLU says that these new disclaimer requirements are so burdensome that “they would either drown out the intended message or discourage groups from speaking out at all.” …

(To read entire article, click HERE)


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