Word of the day: DEMOFASCISTS

Posted by: ST on September 8, 2006 at 12:14 pm

Caution: Nutroots Inhabitants Ahead Used to describe Senators Harry Reid, Dick Durbin, and any of the other irresponsible, Constitutionally-derelict jack-asses who think threatening to pull ABC’s broadcast license is something they can get away with.

This, I think, is the perfect TV slate for ABC to use everytime the Dems get their boxers (or is it briefs?) in a twist over something scheduled to air that potrays them in an unfavorable light. I wonder just how far will ABC cave, considering this threat?

Allah provides reminders here and here of Clinton-era counterterrorism failures.

Memeorandum, as always, has a huge article and blog link roundup.

Hat tip: Michelle Malkin

Update I: Jay Tea at Wizbang has a thoughtful post up on the Democrats threat to revoke ABC’s broadcast license.

Update II: Here’s video of Bill Clinton taking a stand – against lying. A liar lying about lying. Imagine that.

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  1. Jim says:

    I have just coined a new term for the condition from which these folks suffer: Leftourettes

  2. G Monster says:

    “Let ABC show thier movie in it’s original format, freedom of speech isn’t just for Michael Moore.”

  3. CZ says:

    Are the democRATs questioning the ‘patriotism’ of ABC?:-?

    Are the democRATs stomping on The Constitution?:-w

    Are the democRATs trying to cover something up?:)>-

    Am I surprised?:o

  4. libertarianobserver says:

    nicely fisked, CZ. Can I use those quotes?

  5. G Monster says:

    What are the democrats afraid of? What is in this movie? Does it have anything to do with documents Sandy Burglar stole? I think everyone is curious now. I would like to buy 100 dvd copies of the original version. Where can I buy them?

  6. Kevin says:

    Proving once again that the Dems are all for stifling freedom of speech if they disagree with the message.

    BTW, when you put a dash in the word jackass, you are swearing. Don’t worry though, I won’t tell on you.

  7. CZ says:

    Go ahead libertarianobserver.

    I stole those from the democRATs:-"

  8. Big Bang Hunter says:

    – The Dembulbs are at it again, trying gaimly to “pushback” as they watch their whole “there is no WOT” get Bush agenda falling apart on the eve of Congressional elections. Today, no doubt as a pre-response to the Clinton screw-ups video series, a Dem Congressional “Iraq war/Bush investigation” is once again trying to report there was no connection between Hussein and al Qaeda until we made one by attacking Iraq. Unfortunately among the millions of CIA documents there are several from Husseins own secret operatives detailing exactly those connections, as reported by Ollie North on FOX this morning. Just a guess, but very possible the evidence that Sandy Berger was trying to eliminate.

    – Clinton is lying through his teeth, betting as usual “nobody can prove it”. If ABC crumples under Dem pressure and baldfaced stifling of free speech, I don’t have much hope for the future of our Republic. On the other hand I do have faith in the Majority of the American voters.

    – Bang **==

  9. Baklava says:

    Comprehensive writeup on what happened. Very well done.

    Bottom line:
    ABC should not pull the plug

  10. Baklava says:

    THis post by Hugh is RICH

    Since when, exactly? Was that part of the plea agreement that brought about the former president’s five year suspension of his law license for knowingly making false statements under oath? Or just a new policy designed to end his disbarment by the United States Supreme Court?

    The manufactured outrage from the Clinton airbrush brigade has gone so shrill as to now become self-defeating. Paul Begala’s hysterics on “The Situation Room” were particularly over-the-top. One of Begala’s big arguments: Berger should sue for slander.

    Right. Public figure. Docudrama. Inquiry into the witness’s credibility. (“About those docs in the socks, Mr. Berger.”)

    Ditto for Madelein Albright. As I said last night, ABC should snip the hang-up scene and insert a dramatization of Berger stuffing his pants with classified docs, Madeleine Albright clinking glasses with Kim Jong Il, and Bill Clinton’s last press conference, split screen with a shot of Marc Rich.

  11. Mwalimu Daudi says:

    I sent the following message to ABC:

    Under pressure, it seems that your network caved in to threats of censorship concerning “The Path To 9/11”. Perhaps the Democratic Party is running things at ABC these days.

    But then they always did, right? It’s a dog-bites-man story. What a profile in courage ABC is!

    A word of advice: In the future, keep specials like this completely under wraps. Your “sneak preview” has had one unwanted effect – too many people outside ABC will know what was cut (and why). Not good for ratings.

  12. Severian says:

    Well, if this does get to air and the truth is out of the bag with respect to Clinton being distracted by his sexual pecadillos with interns and dropping the ball, so to speak, repeatedly on Osama Bin Laden, expect the Dems to change tactics. Suddenly, then, if they are nailed to the wall and unable to lie about being on top of things, then they’ll change their whine to it’s all Ken Starr’s fault and those evil Republican VRWC-mongers. After all, if they hadn’t gone nuts about a simple office BJ, Clinton wouldn’t have been distracted and would have killed Bin Laden! Yeah, that’s the ticket! It’s all Ken Starr’s fault!