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Thursday, October 16, 2008

Explain what the law says and you get investigated

Don’t worry if that title doesn’t make sense, we may have new overlords soon that will give those who talk too much an education that makes it all clear.

There’s a reason guilty people lawyer up when the law starts asking questions. Now, the best advice is to lawyer up even when you’re innocent of breaking the law, especially if you do something that might offend or work against Barack Obama.


via Protein Wisdom who summarizes:

In short, in the name of voter suppression, they’ve made it illegal for anyone to actually evoke the law, just as campus speech codes prohibit people from saying things that someone else might somehow find uncomfortable. If that isn’t Orwellian, I don’t know what can possibly reach the bar.

It sure is interesting what Barack Obama inspires in his supporters. Hey, how about we elect him president and validate this kind of behavior?


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