Tuesday, August 26, 2008

What Barack Obama Wants Silenced




From the American Issues Project come this:
American Issues Project Launches Ad

Thursday, 21 August 2008

The American Issues Project today announced the debut of a new television advertising campaign examining the relationship between Sen. Barack Obama and unrepentant 1960's domestic terrorist, William Ayers. The ad -- entitled "Know Enough?" -- begins with a simple, yet pointed question: "Beyond the speeches, how much do you really know about Barack Obama?"

Supported by over one hundred pages of back-up documentation and historical accounts, the American Issues Project is using this ad to shed light on Obama's friendship with Ayers, the former leader of an American terrorist group known as Weather Underground.


If it disappears from YouTube view the ad here. Michelle Malkin gives more on the ad

Just in case you've forgotten the real tenor of Leftist Political action in America, here's how the American Left responds to an opponent who has the audacity to be in the same neighborhood at the same time. Michelle Malkin assaulted by Leftist Animals:


If you think the Left in America is somehow equivalent to the Right, this should be the nail in that philosophical Coffin. Add this to the campaign signs ripped from people's lawns, cars vandalized for displaying Republican bumper-stickers, conservative speakers shouted down in public places or intimidated by Leftist thugs, the constant attempts to equate conservative Americans with Nazis, Racists, and haters of Freedom. The danger of Liberty's death comes not from the conservatives in America but from the so-called Liberals. Pay attention, Folks. This is the future under the Democratic Party.

6 comments:

WomanHonorThyself said...

So much for freedom of speech my friend eh!!!

camojack said...

Yeah, I wish him luck with that one.

NOT!!!

shoprat said...

The future of America? Not if I can help it.

Brooke said...

Great minds, Benning?

The coffin has been six feet under for some time now, as far as I'm concerned.

benning said...

Should be, Brooke. Let's hope if it isn't now, it will be after the November vote!

Anonymous said...

It goes both ways my dear. I believe in freedom of speech. That is why we have to oust Bush's camp, which "temporarily" (for 7 years now) took away American's right to a fair trial. When will we get that freedom back?