As the midterm elections approach, and dire predictions are flooding in for Democrats, all options must be considered.
Our betters in the FEC are doing just that.
In a surprise move late Friday, a key Democrat on the Federal Election Commission called for burdensome new rules on Internet-based campaigning, prompting the Republican chairman to warn that Democrats want to regulate online political sites and even news media like the Drudge Report.
If Ushanka goes dark, you'll know why. And here is what will happen next:
Instead of posting for my three LOYAL readers, I'll go to the local grocery store, while wearing my Commie Obama Hat, and have my say with four shoppers.
Then I'll be banned from the store. And I'll go to the local park, while wearing my Commie Obama Hat, and share my opinion with five fellow dog-walkers.
Then I'll be banned from the park. So I'll head over to a local college campus, while wearing my Commie Obama Hat, and discuss my thoughts with six impressionable students.
Then I'll be banned from the campus.
By this time, following the methods used in the post-Stalin Soviet Union, I'll be deemed mentally unstable and placed into a mental institution. Yes, while wearing my Commie Obama Hat. And, learning this from Alexander Solzhenitsyn, I'll discover that my fellow political prisoners and I will have full freedom to spend all day discussing politics and criticizing
Like Drudge, my criticisms of my future jailers
are only known to those who come to my site.
For anyone in the FEC and elsewhere in the FedGov who doesn't like the idea of me posting my opinions:
Photos are from my collection of Drudge screenshots over the years. One is a photoshop....