Isn’t it amazing that . . .

The Bill of Rights in the National Archives and Records Administration

. . . Al Franken, a man who has prospered thanks to freedom of speech and of the press, wants to restrict those freedoms for others?

During the Bush Administration, Mr Franken hosted The Al Franken Show, on the Air America radio network, and wrote several books, all of which criticized President Bush and conservative politics. Yet somehow, some way, Mr Franken was never arrested and thrown in jail by the Bush Administration; your Editor suspects that it might be due to our First Amendment rights.

3 Comments

  1. I am shocked, shocked that a person who makes a living exercising his freedom of speech would be for restricting that of others! Sure, shocked just about as much as a person exempted from Obamacare by being on Medicare would be for forcing the rest of us into a system he need not participate in. Or that person who doesn’t like guns trying to restrict or eliminate my right to own them. Or that person who employs no one dictating how much I should pay my employees.

    Or even a moron empty suit with zero experience in anything deciding the economic direction of the United States while he complains about “income inequality” all the while he becomes a multimillionaire without ever producing anything himself.

  2. I would never be one of the people who would shit in Franken’s mouth, but I do understand the motivations of those who would consider it an appropriate rhetorical retort to his anti-American idiocy.

  3. but I do understand the motivations of those who would consider it an appropriate rhetorical retort to his anti-American idiocy.

    Unfortunately, it’s not idiocy. We should never mistake left wing malice for mere idiocy.

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