Two years into the Obamanation reign of terror, brave conservative patriots gather weekly for Radio Free K-Lo and mayonnaise sandwiches.
Mark Steyn, writing at the NRO, is now in full-on black helicopter conspiracy mode, and we have not even had the election yet:
That’s Obama: highbrow enough for Christopher Buckley, Euro-bespoke (not sure where he gets his smokes these days – he’s a bit coy on that), but an old-fashioned Chicago bruiser who’ll order in anyone from Missouri sheriffs to the federal Justice Department if you run a TV ad he finds unhelpful.
An Obama-Pelosi Washington with 60 Senate seats would reintroduce the (Un)Fairness Doctrine, regulate the Internet, and wouldn’t be above oomphing up Canadian-style “human rights” commissions to police speech – especially if he gets to appoint three Supreme Court justices in short order.
The latest mania seems to have been caused by this piece by Michael Barone, entitled The Coming Obama Thugocracy. And what has Mr. Barone in such a snit? This:
That’s what Obama supporters, alerted by campaign emails, did when conservative Stanley Kurtz appeared on Milt Rosenberg’s WGN radio program in Chicago. Kurtz had been researching Obama’s relationship with unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers in Chicago Annenberg Challenge papers in the Richard J. Daley Library in Chicago — papers that were closed off to him for some days, apparently at the behest of Obama supporters.
Obama fans jammed WGN’s phone lines and sent in hundreds of protest emails. The message was clear to anyone who would follow Rosenberg’s example. We will make trouble for you if you let anyone make the case against The One.
That is correct. Michael Barone and Mark Steyn, brave patriots each, winded from the past eight years of nobly fighting the Islamofascists as Generals in the 101st Chairborne, are terrified of… a firmly written note.
This is going to be the longest eight years ever. And some of the most fun.