Monday, August 23, 2004

Bush: Abridge Free Speech

Here's what Bush said that the press is spinning as a call to stop the Swift Boat Vets ad:

"All of them," the president said, when asked whether he specifically meant that the veteran's group's ad against Mr. Kerry should be stopped. "That means that ad, every other ad. Absolutely. I don't think we ought to have 527's. I can't be more plain about it, and I wish — I hope my opponent joins me in saying — condemning these activities of the 527's. It's — I think they're bad for the system."

Do you BELIEVE this guy?

George? Do you think the problem is FREE SPEECH?

The problem isn't that people who don't belong to political parties can run political ads. They're allowed to do that. This is America. The Swift Boat Vets - and everybody else - are allowed to criticize a politician and are allowed to run ads saying so.

The problem is that the this particular ad is immoral, unethical and dishonest.

THAT'S what your being asked to condemn, you moron. Not people's right to speak their minds.

Do you BELIEVE that Bush is trying to use his own dishonesty as an excuse to abridge political speech?

HIS minions wallow in the gutter, and he tries to use it as excuse to stop ALL criticism, valid and invalid.

What a pathetic excuse for a human being.

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