Sunday, September 28, 2008

Barack Ovader's Storm Troopers stomp on Free Speech

Taking a tactic from former President Nixon - Obama is threatening TV stations with FCC investigations and lawsuits if they run any ads that do not portray him in the best of light.

Barack Ovader has dispatched his storm troopers to Missouri in the attempts of squelching any ads or depictions of him they disagree with - regardless if they are true or not...

KMOV-TV in St. Louis reports District Attorney Robert McCulloch, a past president of the National District Attorneys Association, said that whether the ads could be attributed to an opponent's campaign itself, or another organization, "If they're not going to tell the truth, somebody's got to step up and say, 'That's not the truth. This is the truth.'"

The KMOV report said the Obama campaign asked members of Missouri's law enforcement to target anyone who "lies" or issues misleading television ads. Formation of the Obama "Truth Squad" was the result, the report said. More...
Of course Obama's and his cult followers are exempt from these restrictions of telling the truth. Which only makes sense as they are the ones who create the truth and are implementing their Selective Free Speech requirements. Selective Free Speech means you can say what you want - as long as it agrees with the propaganda disseminated from Ovaders camp.

Understand, things are only deemed truthful if they are taken directly from Barack Ovader's - "How to trick America into Electing Me" handbook.

Knowing how them gun-clinging rednecks from PA & Ohio hate Ovader, the Storm Troopers pulled out their Free Speech slashing light sabres and prepared for battle. Launching a preemptive strike - warning shots over the bow at some news agencies in Ohio & PA....

The effort appeared to be part of a move by the Obama campaign to block advertisements to which it objects. The campaign also sent "threatening" letters to several news agencies in Pennsylvania and Ohio demanding they stop airing ads exposing Obama's gun stance, according to the National Rifle Association.

The NRA said Obama sent "cease and desist letters" to news outlets in the two states, "denouncing the ads and demanding their removal from the airwaves."

The warnings were from Obama lawyer Robert Bauer, who told station managers that in order to stay in the Federal Communication commission's good graces, they should not air the ads. More...
I guess sometimes the "real" truth hurts!

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