Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Non-Binding Handshake Deal With America

Newt Gingrich, speaking in New Hampshire (and why, oh why might he be there?), said the "country will be forced to reexamine freedom of speech to meet the threat of terrorism", according to the Union Leader.

This was at the Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment award dinner, which celebrates "people and organizations that stand up for freedom of speech".

Newt isn't against all free speech, of course. He did take a moment to criticize campaign finance laws for impinging on the free speech rights of the idiots who run for political office and their black-hearted party apparatchiks. He also came out against the separation of church and state on the grounds that it hampers religious people from adequately expressing their faith. Which they must do as an official act of state, for some reason.

Oh, it's going to be a fun next two years.
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