Saturday, September 27, 2008
Obama Afraid Of Criticism, Goes Legal
The Examiner reports:
Have I gone insane, or is KMOV in St. Louis, Missouri, actually reporting that "Senator Barack Obama's presidential campaign is asking Missouri law enforcement to target anyone who lies or runs a misleading television ad during the presidential campaign"?
The report goes on to say that "prosecutors and sheriffs from across Missouri are joining something called the BarackObama truth squad."
Look, politicians are all about lies. It may be annoying (I find it entertaining), but that's for their opponents and good-government groups to counter -- not law enforcement. That's especially true since whether or not criticism is "misleading" is open to debate. What's being said may be simply a different interpretation, a bit of spin -- or a better version of the truth than candidates and their friends like.
By the way, if the report is accurate, it fits all too well with the legal threats the Democratic candidate's campaign is leveling against TV stations that run NRA ads critical of Barack Obama. John Lott, a noted economist and firearms scholar, has copies of the Obama campaign's cease-and-desist letters on his Website. He also defends the content of the ads (emphasizing the debatable nature of "misleading.")
Sue me Obama
Poor Baby Barry. How did this thin-skinned, delicate widdle Mommies-Boy ever get as far as he did in the rough arena of Chicago politics? Buy a sun dress, get a parasol and some high heels, Barry. You're not man enough to be the leader of the Free World. What a sissy boy!
Hubba Hubba, Dirka Dirka!
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