Editor's Note: Fascism to Freedom
Friday, June 02, 2006
A new film by Aaron Russo called "America: Freedom to Fascism" received a standing ovation at the French Cannes Film Festival.
Now, I don't know about any of these allegations of "money creation, federal income tax, voter fraud, the national identity card - which becomes law in May 2008 - and the implementation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to track citizens." But what I do know is that this film is proof that the French support liberal film makers and that liberal film makers support France.
As far as I am concerned, America is freer than it has ever been. We are no longer bound by pesky law limiting corporate monopoly or the ability of big business to squash unions. And we are working on being free from homosexuals and immigrants.
Now I'm a firm believer in limited government powers. But now is not the time to be questioning our government seizing unprecedented power. Yes the government is watching everything you do, but if you do not do anything wrong, you have nothing to fear.
Personally, it will be a happy day for me when all these liberal filmmakers are rounded up and put in our secret prisons.
Dr. Ryan Maynard, Editor, NewsBlog 5000
May you choke on your own vomit!
I actually have choked on my vomit, but now I'm taking Prilosec. Just like Rush, it seems the liberals want to cross examine my medical records.
Until then, I am seriously considering submitting to the Southern Poverty Law Center as a potential hate group site.
- Badtux the Astounded Penguin