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Talk Radio, Internet Put Obama ‘At Risk’

The fantasist and plagiarist, Mike Barnicle, let his true feelings about free speech slip out on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program:

Mind you, people on MSNBC are saying that the crazies calling into talk radio and bloggers are endangering our elected officials.


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This article was posted by Steve on Wednesday, January 21st, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

7 Responses to “Talk Radio, Internet Put Obama ‘At Risk’”

  1. BillK

    Remember, dissension is a valuable component of speech unless it’s against what liberals propagandize say, in which case it’s simply too dangerous to be allowed.

    • AmericanIPA

      Yeah, that famous dissension that was so patriotic for the past eight years is suddenly going to be more like racist, anti-progress, and decidedly unpatriotic I would say. Conservatives are truly evil you know. They believe stuff that those, what’s the word, “founders” believed.

  2. Confucius

    Comrade Barnicle isn’t thinking. His call for silencing crazies with guns will hurt his terrorist friends–domestic and foreign.

  3. artboyusa

    Mike Barnicle – what a blast from my Boston past! Who knew he was even still alive? The Globe fired him for being a little copy cat; of course they could have fired him for being a dope or for not being able to write but it was the plagiarism that did for him…well, its great to see him working again. Good for you, Mike! No dog food for Mikey tonight!

  4. beautyofreason

    At least Tucker Carlson had something to say about it.

  5. proreason

    There is a tiny flaw in the Constitution.

    Where it says “frreedom of the press”, we now know the intent was “freedom of the pres”.

    These are the kind of little quality slip-ups that can force draconian measures to be taken by our usually benevolent government masters.

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