Saturday, September 26, 2009

Spores of Tyrannical Suppression

Did you know that the narcissistic impulse to statist censorship is aggressively contagious?

It appears that the spores or viruses or whatever other carriers of Hunger-to-Coerce-and-Suppress free activity and speech can leap a whole half-continent in a nanosecond.

From the offices of ACORN in Maryland where the corrupt seek to punish those who unmasked them and from theCongressionally de-funded precincts of ACORN in California to Washington D.C., the Kill-Messenger Malady has spread to Austin, Texas.

The Austin American-Statesman reports that Art Acevedo, the Chief of Police there, is announcing a full investigation of internet postings which Acevedo claims threaten public trust of police and undermine authority.

Acevedo claims some city employees may be parties to the defamation and suspected subversion, and that his investigators will seek search warrants and subpoenas to root out the offenders on the Internet.

This is just another tin-badge Chavez type who has read more liberal claptrap than he has digested American Constitutional Law. And, of course, his yammerings will come to naught if the columns of comments from, Austin and other Texas citizens count for anything, ( SEE

This is NOT the Tiny Teapot Tempest it appears.

Non-success to the contrary notwithstanding, the suppressors of free speech is all around you. They have been comfy with the indolent and corrupt Monkey Media that hides truth and dispenses haft-truths, untruths and insincerity daily.

There is a large hunk of the citizenry who actually resent the truth telling of the free Internet and the whirlwind world wide web that embarrasses the ancient dying slavish “libruhl” .

Horror is that these people WELCOME Art Acevedo’s attack on Internet freedom. They are eager to accommodate the silencing of Rush Limbaugh, Dr. Michael Savage, David Horowitz, Neal Boortz and Laura In graham.

Vigilance is the only antidote. Mow the Acevedos and the FCC bullies down as they raise their tyrannical tentacles. The spores are in the air.

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