Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Obama's Google And Matt Drudge Censors Baracks Critics

Anti-Obama Bloggers Question Why Google Froze Their Accounts

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Some bloggers opposed to Barack Obama say they suspect Obama's supporters — with the assistance of Google — may have tried to censor them when the Internet giant froze their Web sites for five days last month.

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By Cliff Kincaid

July 15, 2008

At America’s Survival, Inc., we are continuing our public education campaign on the threats posed by communism and the United Nations. We expected opposition from the liberal media. But we are also running into a brick wall in the “conservative” media. The latest scandal is that both the daily and weekly editions of the Washington Times have killed our advertising drawing public attention to Matt Drudge’s censorship of our ads. That is, they refused to run our ads about the censored ads. Can it get any worse than this?

Our intention was to publicize information about Frank Marshall Davis, the Communist, and his associates, who included Barack Obama. Davis was a key member of a communist network in Hawaii that influenced Obama. One of our reports examined the communist network in Hawaii. The other report examined the communist and socialist network in Chicago. The lengthy reports are heavily documented, with exhibits from congressional hearings and testimony, and haven’t been challenged on factual grounds.

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Setterman said...

52 Reasons? Thanks for the heads up.
“There are lies and then there are damn lies”; I understand this underhandedness, it goes on every where, but there is another kind of underhandedness which has a greater effect: the power of Government, which can take away the ability of an individual or a group to finance a livelihood or even a church, i.e. the IRS. Do you remember how, under the Clinton administration, they did just that? My understanding was that a heavy weighted number of Churches and conservative organizations were audited at that time. I doubt that Jesse Jackson had that problem. PC clouds our culture, and what happens when the “fairness” doctrine reaches these blog sites!

Kera said...

Apparently Matt Drudge doesn't have that financial problem, as it is clear in the article. The government figured out that in a "free" enterprise, money and power is always a part of it. I guess everyone has there price or a skeleton. Once the government finds that price or skeleton the "free enterprise" becomes "slave enterprise". And a slave enterprise is a controlled enterprise.

IsItILORD said...

Kera, I agree and so does Ted Kennedy.