September 19, 2013
Do you remember how, at least once a week during the Bush Administration, you’d hear some Progressive holler about the importance of “speaking truth to power?” They’d speak truth to power at massive rallies, where no one stopped them from speaking; they’d speak truth to power at university functions where they stole the microphone from (and sometimes assaulted) conservative speakers; they’d speak truth to power on TV, and in the movies, and in political meetings, and just about everywhere else they could think of. They were the free, the brave, and the Progressive squawking madly at conservatives who sat politely and listened.
It’s bit different, though, in Obama’s America. On April 30, 2013, gun rights supporter James Kaleda made the mistake of speaking truth to power at a New Jersey state senate meeting regarding the state’s plans to enact several gun-grabbing pieces of legislation. Rather than being applauded by the Leftists in attendance for bravely speaker truth to power, Committee Chair Senator Donald Norcross (Dem., of course) ordered New Jersey State Troopers to throw him out.
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