James Rosen a reporter for Fox News is being threatened by the Obama Justice Department for, in their view, doing his job. They are claiming Rosen is committing a crime in disclosing leaked information. It goes without saying, in America these are wholly uncharted and unseen actions by the government against a reporter for doing their job.
How dare those damn reporters on occasion do their jobs? Obama has a right to be upset. After all, he, like Clinton before him, has a legacy to create apart from the factual one that unambiguously shows how corrupt and indifferent they were to the threats of those committed to destroying America.
Obama like Mao, Lenin, Stalin, and Chavez before him is using intimidation to ensure the media and press report as they're told. How dare Rosen even think about factually reporting?
The court went soft on former Clinton National Security Advisor Sandy Berger when he stole sensitive 9/11 documents from the National Archives, sneaked them out of the building under the guise of needing to make private phone calls, hid them under a construction trailer and later shredded them up. As a matter of fact, his sentence of no jail time; 100 hours of community service; $50,000 fine; $6,905 to cover administration costs of his two-year probation period for what was found to be only worthy of a misdemeanor charge, was too harsh. After all, he was working for Clinton, not against him.
Rosen, the dirty bum, is allegedly guilty of actually trying to report the truth, and said truth might make Obama look bad, or even worse, it might impact the lies being prepared as his legacy.
What do you say we take Rosen out back and horsewhip him, or set him in a puddle of water with a battery and cables close by, or maybe Rosen should just be made to disappear like reporters did in the regimes of Mao, Lenin, Stalin, Chavez, or in Mexico when they dare report the truth about drug cartels. Why waste time with the pretense of arrest warrants, etc?
Heck, what would send a stronger message of "don't mess with Obama" than to have those who do, go missing? Now that's serious intimidation. Enough of this pitty-pat stuff.
BY Mychal Massie