Wednesday, October 28, 2009

So We Might... Oppress

The First Amendment haters are at it again. Via Michelle Malkin, "So We Might See," a campaign/coalition dedicated to eradicating media of "hate speech." This is the money quote right here:
The movement is grounded in the belief that social and economic justice will not be realized without the equitable redistribution and control of media and communication technologies.

Yup. Should we email fishy@whitehouse.gov to report this campaign? Nah. This group is funded by a who's who of lefties like George Soros's Open Society Institute.

The really fishy part of this charade is that it is supposedly an "interfaith" campaign. So I guess it's okay to use Christianity and Jesus when it supports left-wing ideology. I've been under the impression that that wasn't cool, you know, to be associated with Christianity. My mistake.

On the bright side, after doing a bit of googling, I found this site. God love the freedom of the internet... while it still exists...

1 comment:

  1. Al Gore used his "faith tradition" and an incorrect citation from the Gospels to argue for his candidacy during Campaigh 2000. He's also used Genesis -- easily the most bizarre use of Genesis I've ever seen from anyone -- to argue for his environmentalist agenda. And of course, both Bill Clinton and Barack Hussein Obama have paraded their supposed Christianity before the cameras whenever it was tactically profitable.

    Left-liberals consider all things in a political light. Can it be used to advance the progressive agenda? Do it. Would it hurt or retard the progressive agenda? Oppose it. Nothing else matters.

    Remember, these are the folks who've told us, repeatedly, that "the personal is the political."

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