Interesting "new" direction for the two-headed single party trying to remake America in their own self-serving image.
But who cares about a burden when insults are being bandied about? "A 'chilling effect' on those who would spread destructive falsehoods can
be an excellent idea," he says.
"As we have seen," Sunstein writes, having shown us no such thing, "falsehoods can undermine democracy itself." What Sunstein means by that
sentence is pretty clear: He doesn't like so-called false rumors about his longtime University of Chicago friend and colleague, Barack Obama.
Ironic that this falsehood is being thrust into the conversation as a fact....
Untruths can be defined as 'that which some party doesnot want expressed' in this instance.
My list of their "Untruths":
- the people who were crippled or died as a result of the last swine flu mass-inoculation effort by the US government
- the fact that millions have been spent to avoid answering a simple question regarding the Presidents birth place
- the fact that well over 70% of the US population express the call for the government to fully disclose the nature of the UFO phenomenon
- The truth that international banking profit is supported and protected by the government at the expense of tax-payers
- Pay to play
- Private agendas driving the war machine
- political hypocrisy and a two-headed one party system
- organized crime working hand-in-hand with governments to secure and carry out drug and arms trafficking world-wide
- CIA operating illegally within the US
- Utter usurpation of public interest by FDA, DEA, ATF, DOD, NASA and other agencies by corporate for-profit policy makers
- rampant fraud and cronyism in the Federal and State governments
- International and Transnational policy-making by non-governmental institutions like the CFR, Carlyle Group, the Brookings Institute, and Xe
These are a small sample fo the things we "shouldn't" have the right to opine about - because it might hurt the elitists feelings.....
[edit on 13-7-2009 by Maxmars]