Friday, February 02, 2007

Defend Lewis Libby

I don't really know exactly what crime Lewis Libby is supposed to have committed (unless you count the crime of working for an administration that sits between the MSM/DNC and total domination of the federal government).

I know that even the MSM/DNC has stopped claiming that the administration was trying to "out" a spy.

Even the Washington Post has belatedly placed the blame for this mess squarely where it belongs - on Joe Wilson.

Ann Coulter's most recent column has hit the nail on the head by identifying the real reason for the Libby prosecution. The left's strategy is to use the courts to intimidate and destroy its opponents. The MSM/DNC is a totalitarian movement, like communism or fascism. The movement's goal is power. When the MSM/DNC advocates environmental or racial or gay or other issues, that advocacy and those issues are nothing but a means to power. Every issue that the MSM/DNC advocates results in MORE governmental power, not less.
So why is there a trial [in the Libby case]? Because there is no penalty for using the threat of imprisonment as a political weapon against conservatives. Ask Tom DeLay or Rush Limbaugh.

If Libby were a Democrat, we would know the sexual proclivities of everyone in Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's office, Judith Miller would be portrayed as a "stalker," Tim Russert's cat would be dead, and the public would know about every toupee at MSNBC.

Republicans don't have to kill cats to bestir themselves to defend their own from rank partisan persecution. But it never happens.

People who attack conservatives never have to worry about their own dirty laundry coming out. All they have to worry about is whether People magazine will use a good picture of them in its "Sexiest Man Alive" issue.
emphasis added

Prosecutions are nothing more than another political weapon used by the MSM/DNC to persecute conservatives and broaden MSM/DNC power.

Ann proposes one solution that is long overdue:
You want to protect the borders, cut taxes, fight Islamic fascists and put up Ten Commandments monuments? Get her name. Find out about Patrick Fitzgerald [the prosecutor] what we'd know if he were Ken Starr. If you won't defend your own champions, conservatives, then don't sit back and wonder why so few people want to be your champions.

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