Obama and FCC radicals attempt to take over of the Internet

Back in May, the FCC laid out its plan to take over the Internet. This really should not come as a big surprise to most of us.  


This administration has already transformed The First Amendment into something unrecognizable. I imagine that altering the meaning of the Freedom of the Press is the next logical step for the radicals running the place these days.   

Let's look at The First Amendment, shall we?


"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."     

Let us count the ways Obama and all of his advisers have attempted to change the first and perhaps most important Amendment of all, shall we?   

Freedom of Religion: 

A Supreme Court judge said that a National Day of Prayer for America was unconstitutional.

 Radical groups have been fighting to take down The Ten Commandments outside of courthouses.  


Atheist groups have been trying to take down ever cross that is visible to the public.


Atheist groups have also taken the Pledge of Allegiance and US currency to court, in an attempt to remove "Under God" from both.  



Freedom of Speech; Freedom to assemble peaceably:   


This administration has not been able silence the voices of those who oppose what this government is doing, and who are exposing the progressive radicals in charge. However, they have been diligent in their attempts to paint us as 'dangerous, racist, violent, crazy people'.  

Just listen to the latest rants of the current president and a former president; one is mocking people who disagree with his policies, and the other is comparing us to Timothy McVeigh. I must point out, however, that this latest strategy is not working. We still do not like what is going on, and will not stop protesting against it.  

Freedom of the Press 


Now, granted, up until this latest move, newspapers and magazines are free to say anything they want, even when the stories are so bizarre and out of touch with what the majority of Americans feel. Two examples of this on the Internet are the Huffington Post and Joe Klein, who writes for the Times.    

Of course, sales of newspapers and magazines have dropped so dramatically, many of them are filing for bankruptcy. This is, in part, due to the vast majority of people in the world, who now use the Internet to get their news.

It is also because most newspapers and magazines are slanted to appeal to the liberals.

The largest and most successful Internet Search Engine, Google, has already designed their search results to reflect the liberally biased mainstream media, as well.

A perfect example of this is a recent search for Samuel Adams, the Founding Father who represented the faith Americans used to have in their government, yields many results.   

Unfortunately, most of them relate to the beer of the same name.

This is disturbing for anyone who has ever lived with, or who has ever known an alcoholic and the problems associated with family members of alcoholics.

Put Glenn Beck into a Google search and most of them place him in a negative light, with the photos that show up being very offensive. It took a while to find this one.

With Sarah Palin, it is even worse. Her name in a search produces the most offensive things I have seen thrown at women since way before the Women's Liberation Movement.

Therefore, all this proves is that for conservative-minded people, the Internet is already taken over by liberal-minded people.

If the government takes over the whole thing, it will most assuredly make matters worse.

If you look at their record of accomplishments so far, you will see what I mean.

A 787 billion dollar stimulus/jobs bill has resulted in higher taxes, less of an income tax refund, and a higher unemployment rate.


A $940 billion dollar healthcare/education bill has already caused changes to taxpayers' healthcare and has hiked up the prices they pay. 


This reminds me of something my friend's dad used to say to him, letting him know that he was keeping an eye on him. He would say, "I'm watching you, freshy."

Yes, they certainly are.

As a wise man once said:

"If we lose freedom here, there is no place to escape to. This is the last stand on Earth."~Ronald Reagan 1964

However, my father's friend also used to say, "I'll beat the pants off ya!" So, we have to beat them at their own game and stay a step ahead at all times. Because this really IS the last stand.

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