Skip to comments.John McCain, you treasonous bastard, I challenge you or any of your traitorous cohorts...
Posted on 03/22/2006 8:58:42 PM PST by Jim RobinsonEdited on 03/23/2006 2:06:21 AM PST by Jim Robinson. [history]
Re: Your attempt to shut down political free speech on the Internet
John McCain, you treasonous bastard, I challenge you or any of your traitorous cohorts to find even one thread, one post, one paragraph, one sentence or even one lousy word posted to this web site that is not fully protected by the First Amendment!
And I will extend that to one chapter, one group, one poster or any group of posters on this forum. Name one assembly, petition, letter, protest, meeting or rally convened, filed, submitted, attended or supported by members of this forum that is not 100% protected and guaranteed as free speech or free assembly by the First Amendment!
Your McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform legislation is a treasonous act. You and your cohorts are attempting to subvert the Constitution of the United States of America, the very same constitution that you swore an oath to defend, so help you God! That makes you a domestic enemy of that great document and a traitor to your country. Yes, and Benedict Arnold was a war hero before he turned traitor too.
How dare you even think that you are qualified to sit in the oval office! Ronald Reagan's office! President? Hah! You miserable excuse for a two-bit political hack, you're not even qualified to shine Ronald Reagan's boots. If you do run, I'm afraid you're gonna be at least one vote short. It'll be a cold day in hell before a traitor like you ever receives my vote. And that's a campaign promise you can take to the bank.
You can take your fascist campaign finance laws and the jackbooted FEC anti-free-speech enforcers you are empowering and put them where the sun don't shine. And if this post is in violation of your unconstitutional law, shove it too!
Paraphrased from In the Face of Evil: Reagan's War in Word and Deed:
The Beast never dies, it simply changes form. The Beast has known many forms: Bolshevism, communism, Nazism, fascism. The Beast has had many names: Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Hitler, Tojo, Mao, Pol Pot.
The Beast cannot co-exist with freedom. The very first freedom lost is the freedom of speech, then religion, knowledge and the arts. Anything that empowers the individual must be destroyed. The state must control all.
Power to the state.
Power as an end to itself.
Those who speak out against the Beast are labeled extremists, radicals, warmongers. Churchill, McCarthy, Reagan.
The Beast must be contained, appeased. We must have "Detente" at any cost. Direct confrontation of the Beast must be avoided.
Appease him and pray the wolf may pass our door.
Free speech must die.
The Beast never dies.
At this time I really don't believe McCain will be the Republican candidate.....even if the GOP, media, or GW push him. Admittedly not being that politically aware back then, I recognized him as a loose cannon before the 2000 election.
Don't hold back Jim, tell us how you really feel.
I assume this means you'll fight any attempt to censor FR. My PayPal account is at the ready to donate to a FRee speech defense fund in case lawyers are needed.
"If the 2008 election were to be between Hillary and McCain I would probably choose the third option, suicide. It would be the only logical choice. McCain is just as scary, if not moreso, than Hillary."
You could always buy Alec Baldwin's house in Canada ;)
The biggest threat to this nation comes from within, not externally, as in terrorism.
It's people like McCain, and all those who vote for him, who would hasten America's demise.
McCain is a mole, who's only currency is the fact that he let himself be captured by the enemy...twice.
"Looking forward to McCains reply."
He won't reply. He's senior senator
in our state. He doesn't reply to anything
asked by the common people, much less his
Pretty darn close if you ask me.
You have a tendency toward hyperbole. If he runs, I'm voting for him--and there's no one more "American" than me.
Are donations made by Free Republic to specific campaigns or specific candidates? IOW, would Free Republic (as opposed to Jim Robinson, private citizen) make a donation to Candidate XYZ in the next Presidential election on behalf of all Freepers?
If not, then why could we be regulated as part of CFR:? Is they answer simply nothing more than because they say it is? In an earllier time I would blow this off and say the courts would never uphold this. Of course, that was before CFR.
Check that: I'm willing to admit there may be a few, but not many.
McCain does know about the military and does respect the men and women serving (unlike the Clintons).
Don't kid yourself. He's a politician first, a veteran after that.
And George W. Bush, who violated his oath to protect and defend the U.S. Constitution by failing to veto this appalling legislation...what of him?
Just in case you didn't get pinged to this ...
Feingold was on Daily Show last night. "I think all campaigns should be publicly financed," Feingold said (direct quote).
Jon Stewart responded with some gibberish that I didn't hear all of it, but something about the government declaring that "money can't be tied to free speech."
If the election comes down to McCain and Hillary, a strong third party candidate would stand a real chance in '08.
You and I know the history of McCain... he is insidious. I think I will start a thread tonight with links, for those who are too young to know of his antics.
Let us know what we can organize... and we'll git er done.
LOL. Glad to know I've not cornered the market on hyperbole.
I really wish you would quit beating around the bush. I see no reason for you to hold back what you really think.
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