Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Attack on 1st amendment squelched

Today, the U.S. Senate voted 57 to 41 on a procedural motion to end debate on the DISCLOSE Act.  Such motions must get 60 votes in order to pass, so there for the DISCLOSE Act is most likely a dead issue, for the time being. 

But do you think censorship is a dead issue with Democrats?
The Hill reports that Senator Charles Schumer, the one who was the socialist sponsor for the Act, has vowed that the Senate “will go back at this bill again and again and again until we pass it.” 
Thats unless you loose seats in the Senate, which it looks like this IS a real possibility this Nov.
But you might expect to see the DISCLOSE Act rise up before then, as the Socialist Dems know they are in hot water with the American people and I envision a 'scorched earth' agenda before Nov.

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