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Obama's Criminalization of Politics



"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." - Edmund Burke

As someone who has been attacked by a rabidly liberal partisan prosecutor
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and who is quite aware of what prosecutors are able to get away with, I can tell you that criminalizing politics is exactly what the Obama camp intends to do.  I wrote about this ridiculous phenomenon from a first hand account in my book: [# More #]
It was Winston Churchill who once said, “In war a man dies only once, but in politics many times.” No one who enters public office is surprised by this anymore. Political leadership has always been tantamount to painting a target on your back, and this is even more the case in our media-driven, “inside story”-addicted generation. Only a fool would step on the public stage today without expecting every detail of his life to be exposed, debated, and criticized. This is simply the price of leadership in our time.

In the meantime, church pastors are desperate to remove the muzzle that is keeping them from sharing political views that  - gasp! - happen to apply to the direction our nation's leaders may take us.  When it's a crime in this country to run a radio ad that a candidate doesn't agree with, or for a pastor to provide political counsel based upon shared religious beliefs, we must do something

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