Given all the campaign rhetoric about hope and change, Barack Hussein Obama has delivered a poetic masterpiece. His mesmerizing canvas of communication has successfully drugged an entire nation. The result is a well-greased propaganda machine, where citizens are doped on hopium and are in the ever increasing bondage of governmental chains. When will someone cry out, “Let our people go”?
Another example of the chains you can believe in, is the recent signing into law, by Obama, the Federal Restricted Building and Grounds Improvement Act of 2011. You have to admire the clever juxtaposition of words. ”Federal Restricted”, but “Improvement.” When was the last time you saw the Federal Government take an act to improve anything, much less improvement when one more thing has now become restricted?
This latest law allows Secret Service agents to designate any place they desire as a place where free speech, association and petition of the government are prohibited, based on the content of speech. Sounds like pretty subjective stuff and the kind of law that may increase the sale of duct tape. Unless, of course, the government plans on enforcing this law by further crowding a jail system already handed over to private contractors, who need more subjects for greater profits.
This is another slap in the face to America’s legal citizens, high on hopium, who are supposed to have their speech protected under the 1st Amendment to the Constitution. You know, that’s the amendment that says, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceable to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” And wasn’t Congress supposed to be the voice of the people? If Congress could do something really constructive, they’d pass a law for the separation of banks and state.
Will this new law, which both Republicans and Democrats supported, result in zoning laws for free speech? Will we see signs go up around government buildings that say, “WARNING – DUCT TAPE ZONE!” Or will there be something more benign, in consideration for the hopium addicts, that says, “Shhhh, quiet speech zone, your government at work.”
This law will not allow people to cry out anything, if federal agents determine that something they are hearing is too disagreeable for the sensitive ears of the politicos. Further, anyone who gathers in the designated,”restricted” area may be prosecuted, regardless of their intent. So, if you don’t like the Fox, “No spin zone,” maybe you’ll warm up to the “no speech zone” instead. Although, Harold Hodge might disagree.
At this rate, by next Valentine’s day, you will be seeing the “kiss the Constitution goodbye zone.”