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State Department Attacks Free Speech With Taxpayer Dollars in Pakistan

McBender Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 5:11 PM
There is propaganda put out by certain instigators to the effect that the United States government made and supports the movie. Nothing wrong with countering that. Nor does it infringe on free speech. Nor did anybody in the administration say they would stop people from making loony films like this. When people like Pavlich make stupid criticisms like this, it helps the party they are criticizing. In fact, Obama owes a lot of the people at the web site a thank you note.
Leslie96 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 6:46 PM
Doesn't infringe on free speech? Well why is the DOJ investigating the movie maker? Why put a bulls eye on him and his family for angry muslums? Why is Hillary so sorry she can't really go after the man because, gee we do have freedom of speech even tho I'd like to do something because it was an insulting movie..? It's a step....
tprice Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 5:45 PM
McBender you are right on target. Hate speech and lies from Rush, Hannity, O'Really et. al make Obama look like a sane,pragmatic statesman. They have destroyed the Republican party. The Republican establishment who have sucked up to these liars are now being eaten by the radical
right. Romney ran to the right of the right wing nutjobs in the primary. Now he can't moderate his
message without pissing off Tea Baggers. They are finished until they cleanse the party of their radical faction. Part of the cleansing will be to repudiate liars like Katie,Daily Caller.
Leslie96 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 6:50 PM
What lies? PLease elucidate for us....
tibby2 Wrote: Sep 21, 2012 5:32 PM
Do you really think Muslims are going to believe Hillary?

The State Department has spent $70,000 in taxpayer funds to purchase advertisements on seven different Pakistani television stations. No, the ads don't defend the First Amendment, or the right for a private American citizen to make a film about whatever they want, instead the ads essentially apologize to radical Islamists for the actions of an American filmmaker who insulted their Prophet Muhammed.

Seven Pakistani television stations broadcast U.S. government public service messages Thursday featuring President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton denouncing a film clip insulting Mohammed. State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland confirmed the ads were...