Monday, March 8, 2010

Penn: Go To Jail For Free Speech

Unless, for the past 400 million eons you've been standing in the doorway atop Mt. Doom waiting for Frodo to just drop the ring already, one fact you are acutely aware of is that Liberals despise freedom of speech.


Moonbat Maharajah Sean Penn says:

Every day, this elected leader is called a dictator here, and we just accept it, and accept it. And this is mainstream media, who should -- truly, there should be a bar by which one goes to prison for these kinds of lies.


Were that not singularly kooky enough, he went on to this gem:

Do I hope that those people die screaming of rectal cancer? Yeah. You know, but I'm not going to spend a lot of energy on it.


I am reminded of Penn's letter to Bush published in the Washington Whatever:

Many of your actions to date and those proposed seem to violate every defining principle of this country over which you preside: intolerance of debate ("with us or against us"), marginalization of your critics, the promoting of fear through unsubstantiated rhetoric, manipulation of a quick comfort media, and the position of your administration's deconstruction of civil liberties all contradict the very core of the patriotism you claim
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I added the bold to emphasize the hypocrisy.

What is Penn referring to when he accuses George Bush of "intolerance of debate"? Did George Bush imprison those like Penn, Tim Robbins and all the other kooks in LaLaLand that called him a war criminal?

Or, what does he mean by a "comfortable media"? I know he's out of this world, but is Sean Penn literally from another planet? George Bush, one of the greatest presidents this country has seen, was brutalized in the media. Penn's savior, Hussein Obama, has a comfortable media. (I know this is all well known to most of you readers, and it seems like I've said these things for the millionth time, but...)

What civil liberties were deconstructed? The liberties to openly criticize your president in the papers without fear of going to jail?!?!

Napolitano said it best:

Mr. Penn is calling for a communist-like regime in which journalists who criticize the government are sent to jail because of that criticism...the substance of what he's saying would be absolutely contrary to the First Amendment, which fully protects all political opinions. So if a journalist says Dick Cheney should go to jail, the journalist is privileged to say that. In light of his ignorance of freedom of speech, his wishing rectal cancer on his detractors, and his embracing tyrants, Mr. Penn obviously prefers thuggery to democracy. Were he free to do so, he'd be a tyrant. Now we'll see if he can get me jailed for saying that!


Does any of this dawn on people like Penn? Seriously!

He has absolutely no idea what freedom of speech is. He hates freedom of speech because he simply doesn't know what it is. He simply doesn't understand it.

And we all know that we hate that which we don't understand.

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