Missouri governor goes nuclear on Obama for using prosecutors on campaign “truth squad”

posted at 6:30 pm on September 27, 2008 by Allahpundit

Oh, now. Would people really refrain from criticizing Obama just because they fear being, er, sent to prison for it?

This abuse of the law for intimidation insults the most sacred principles and ideals of Jefferson. I can think of nothing more offensive to Jefferson’s thinking than using the power of the state to deprive Americans of their civil rights. The only conceivable purpose of Messrs. McCulloch, Obama and the others is to frighten people away from expressing themselves, to chill free and open debate, to suppress support and donations to conservative organizations targeted by this anti-civil rights, to strangle criticism of Mr. Obama, to suppress ads about his support of higher taxes, and to choke out criticism on television, radio, the Internet, blogs, e-mail and daily conversation about the election.

More at the link. Needless to say, no one actually has to be prosecuted for this to work. Prosecution will be impossible anyway in most cases thanks to the First Amendment. The point isn’t to jail critics but merely to price the cost of prospective litigation into their decision on whether to publicly criticize The One. Add this to the threatening letters his lawyers sent to station managers over the NRA ads, the flash-mob smearing of David Freddoso, and the appeal to the Justice Department to prosecute the American Issues Project for its perfectly factual yet devastating Ayers ad. Oh, the fun we’ll have with a deep blue Congress and an Obama-run DOJ and FCC. He promised you a “new type of politics,” didn’t he? Click the image to watch.


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Hey, I just listened to my answering machine and I have an invite to attend a “Debate Victory Party” at the Saavis Arena, St. Louis University, 1 Compton Ave. on Thursday!

Free tickets at johnmccain.com or gop.com offered by the RNC. I feel so special. I think I’ll go!

Vince on September 27, 2008 at 11:39 PM

Now Could Obama threaten all of the rest of the swing states we need all the help we can get

Shredding that flexible document one election at a time

Your Democrat Party – when we change America – we didn’t promise it to be for the better

EricPWJohnson on September 27, 2008 at 11:39 PM

Obama’s “Truth Squad” Gen. Farakhan and his Army of the Nation of Islam! LaLA LA LA LALA!!!

Vote Obama OR DIE!!

LMAO!!!!!!

Chakra Hammer on September 27, 2008 at 11:44 PM

Vince on September 27, 2008 at 11:30 PM

I rarely listen to 97.1. It really becomes tiresome and hard to keep a positive attitude when you listen to political pundits all of the time. At least Limbaugh has a sense of humor but he’s on another station.

Yeah… I know what you mean. But thats the maim local conservative outlet. Tobler spent his two political hours on it this morning…

I wouldn’t expect Almond to seriously stick his neck out for a cause but I hope I’m wrong…

Rush will be on it on Monday I expect but to what amount I couldn’t say… I seem to recall he mentioned it yesterday… but… though he’s from Cape, he’s
national.. and the guy who followed Rush on Kmox…was utterly bulldozed on Friday by Macullah if thats how his name is spelled. It was truly painful to listen to.

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 11:44 PM

Well in 1967, I was all of eight years old. Its important to remember that the people making all the trouble including the “original hippies” were a tiny but vocal minority.

Its hard to get a clear understanding of those times because of all the romanticizing often by people who were also too young to remember….

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 9:31 PM

I remember those days very well….I need to learn how to use this comment block the right way.

sheebe on September 27, 2008 at 11:46 PM

Never, never, ever did I think this would happen in our country. Third rate banana republic is what BO will make our land of the Free and Home of the Brave. Next week the brownshirts will be issued and they will become the Truth Squad. Seig Heil Barak. Daley is proud of his favorite son.

Herb on September 27, 2008 at 11:54 PM

This issue, all by itself, is a darned good political ad for the swing states.

newton on September 27, 2008 at 11:59 PM

Heil, mein Führer!

d1carter on September 28, 2008 at 12:01 AM

This is terrifying, and unless it’s stopped could spread to other states. Who gets to decide what the ‘truth’ is? And these officials have all the power and financial resources of the state behind them, while our citizens are limited to their private resources.
I think this demands a stronger response. This could spread within days, and I won’t be surprised if it does.

CSK on September 28, 2008 at 12:14 AM

Well, the trolls are conspicuous by their absence on this thread. I guess Obambi hasn’t issued the talking points for this yet.

JackOkie on September 28, 2008 at 12:17 AM

I’m the the Kat who got this ball rolling when I sent this story to the Gateway Pundit. When I first saw the video on KMOV it sent a chill down my spin. The stated fact that St. Louis and Missouri law enforcement are planning to go after anyone who makes false statements against Obama during his campaign is wrong in so many ways. This is so one sided I can’t even begin to describe how wrong this agenda is. It’s one thing if they want to keep the campaign fail on both sides, but they clearly only want to enforce the issue on Obama’s side of the campaign. Freedom loving people need to be made aware of this upsetting development.

http://gatewaypundit.blogspot.com/2008/09/missouri-sheriffs-prosecuters-form.html#links

Now, this is what I call red meat. Dig in guys, dinner’s served

KCtheKat on September 28, 2008 at 12:29 AM

Gov. Blunt Statement on Obama Campaign’s Abusive Use of Missouri Law Enforcement

JEFFERSON CITY – Gov. Matt Blunt today issued the following statement on news reports that have exposed plans by U.S. Senator Barack Obama to use Missouri law enforcement to threaten and intimidate his critics.

“St. Louis County Circuit Attorney Bob McCulloch, St. Louis City Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce, Jefferson County Sheriff Glenn Boyer, and Obama and the leader of his Missouri campaign Senator Claire McCaskill have attached the stench of police state tactics to the Obama-Biden campaign.

“What Senator Obama and his helpers are doing is scandalous beyond words, the party that claims to be the party of Thomas Jefferson is abusing the justice system and offices of public trust to silence political criticism with threats of prosecution and criminal punishment.

“This abuse of the law for intimidation insults the most sacred principles and ideals of Jefferson. I can think of nothing more offensive to Jefferson’s thinking than using the power of the state to deprive Americans of their civil rights. The only conceivable purpose of Messrs. McCulloch, Obama and the others is to frighten people away from expressing themselves, to chill free and open debate, to suppress support and donations to conservative organizations targeted by this anti-civil rights, to strangle criticism of Mr. Obama, to suppress ads about his support of higher taxes, and to choke out criticism on television, radio, the Internet, blogs, e-mail and daily conversation about the election.

“Barack Obama needs to grow up. Leftist blogs and others in the press constantly say false things about me and my family. Usually, we ignore false and scurrilous accusations because the purveyors have no credibility. When necessary, we refute them. Enlisting Missouri law enforcement to intimidate people and kill free debate is reminiscent of the Sedition Acts – not a free society.”

winemkr on September 28, 2008 at 12:54 AM

I’m just bumping up the truth.

Semper Fi to you all.

winemkr on September 28, 2008 at 12:55 AM

Someone needs to challenge these prosecutors and police. Get themselves arrested and bring it to national attention.

csdeven on September 28, 2008 at 1:06 AM

The Final Solution to the Republican question, ha, ha.

Obama or Die!

Django on September 28, 2008 at 1:14 AM

I have never owned one. Depending on how the election goes, I will own one on the first Wednesday of November. I am been around quite a while and I have never had the uneasy feeling I do right now about my own personal safety being threatened by who is elected POTUS.

JonRoss on September 27, 2008 at 7:11 PM

… and if you come across a repeat of the Battle of Athens, depending on how the election goes in your neck of the woods, the following Wednesday will be too late.

… think about stocking up on appropriate tools in case you need to go to work.

AZ_Redneck on September 28, 2008 at 1:15 AM

Obama is a doo doo head!!!
…waiting for the knock on my door….
…still waiting…

TBinSTL on September 28, 2008 at 2:02 AM

Obama can take a flying f*ck at a rolling donut.

profitsbeard on September 27, 2008 at 7:02 PM

Actually, I heard he does it with FARM ANIMALS!!!

Come on, Missouri law enforcement officials – SHOW ME how tough you are and arrest me! AFTER you clean up the filth on DU and KOS, that is!

fred5678 on September 28, 2008 at 2:02 AM

With as many trackbacks and comments and interest on this post…shouldn’t you move it over to top picks?

Jay on September 28, 2008 at 3:05 AM

I wonder if this is part of the “civilian security force” obama talked about.

WHY won’t mccain mention this in debates?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt2yGzHfy7s

TTheoLogan on September 28, 2008 at 4:18 AM

I wonder if this is part of the “civilian security force” obama talked about.

WHY won’t mccain mention this in debates?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tt2yGzHfy7s

TTheoLogan on September 28, 2008 at 4:18 AM

McCain is afraid the press will try to paint him a Paulnut. Fact is at best Bambi’s “briades” are a federally fubded Alinsky indoctrination camp, but at worst the shirts will be brown…..

Learn to reload your own ammo.

sven10077 on September 28, 2008 at 4:35 AM

Related video of interest:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQ2DXN3aOSo

Lockstein13 on September 28, 2008 at 4:53 AM

do a youtube search on Camp Obama.

tehd on September 28, 2008 at 5:03 AM

Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis

Chakra Hammer on September 28, 2008 at 6:23 AM

KCtheKat on September 28, 2008 at 12:29 AM

“I’m the the Kat who got this ball rolling….”

Good morning KC. You and Gateway Jim have my gratitude. It would be great to have a rally to attend some time soon. The WWI War memorial in downtown St. Louis would seem like a great place to me but thats a long way from Springfield.

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 28, 2008 at 6:35 AM

The VP debate is to be held in St Louis on Thursday nite. Wouldn’t it be sweet if Miss Sarah addressed this in an opening statement and told Biden that he and his need to put the brownshirts back in the closet….and oh, by the way, don’t anyone vote for a P-VP who would endorse eliminating 1st amendment rights.

gracie on September 28, 2008 at 7:10 AM

Um, er, isn’t Obama the one who is lying all the time? Oh, wait, he’s flip-flopping not lying. Um, no, he is misrepresenting his record, such as the abortion votes in the Illinois legislature.

Go get ‘im guys. He’s violating the Missouri law.

{^_^}

herself on September 28, 2008 at 7:14 AM

Drudge seems to think this isnt newsworthy anymore?

Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot

stlpatriot on September 28, 2008 at 8:10 AM

Well in 1967, I was all of eight years old. Its important to remember that the people making all the trouble including the “original hippies” were a tiny but vocal minority.

Its hard to get a clear understanding of those times because of all the romanticizing often by people who were also too young to remember….

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 9:31 PM

I was 17 in 67. The hippie movement was not very big where I lived, but we still got a taste of it. There was nothing romantic about the 60′s. I remember all the race riots and all the “student” protests. I remember the 101st Airborne sent into the nation’s capital to restore order. I vividly remember a picture of paratroopers setting up a 50 caliber machine gun nest on the steps of the capitol building. And I remember all the bombings of government buildings. No my friend, there was no romance to the 60′s at all. Dont buy into the hype.
Just remember those pot smoking Marxist bomb throwers of the 60′s are now in academia and in the halls of Congress. No wonder we are in the mess we’re in.

abcurtis on September 28, 2008 at 8:12 AM

Btw, Nyog_of_the_Bog, Bill Clinton was our first pot smoking hippie president.

abcurtis on September 28, 2008 at 8:16 AM

abcurtis on September 28, 2008 at 8:12 AM

“No my friend, there was no romance to the 60’s at all. Dont buy into the hype.”

Sorry if my wording led you to believe I had. I was trying to explain to someone not born yet then, not to buy into the hype, as you say.

We are very much in agreement here. Thanks Curtis for contributing your wisdom and memories to the mix.

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 28, 2008 at 8:47 AM

Perhaps someone should send a request for records under the Missouri Sunshine Law to the offending prosecutors.

lobbyist on September 28, 2008 at 9:02 AM

Who else here is in Missouri?

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 9:04 PM

I’m in Missouri. The K.C. area.

lobbyist on September 28, 2008 at 9:03 AM

More conservatives need to be getting into local politics. I am presently looking to change jobs so I can go into politics. Lots more people need to do this. We need to win at the local level. The local level is very important.
Even just being committee people can make a difference.

JellyToast on September 28, 2008 at 9:34 AM

Who else here is in Missouri?

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 9:04 PM

I’m in Missouri. The K.C. area.

lobbyist on September 28, 2008 at 9:03 AM

Ballwin (outside stl)

stlpatriot on September 28, 2008 at 10:11 AM

They need a little dose of the Hatch Act. In the federal government, prosecutors and law enforcement would be fired for this.

Attila (Pillage Idiot) on September 28, 2008 at 10:22 AM

I have in the past tried to respect those who have differed from me politically. I have always tried to at least listen to what they are saying and either consider it or dismiss the premise of their argument. I’ve never really been swayed by abject mud-slinging. But I have garnered opinion from what some might call negative ads. (I guess if the information put forth paints you in the worst light, some would consider it negative advertising even if it’s true.) This election has been different on so many levels. With Missouri state officials using state assets to police political speech within their borders makes this a scary level to be on.

Obama campaign cracks down on misleading TV ads

September 23rd, 2008

The Barack Obama campaign is asking Missouri law enforcement to target anyone who lies or runs a misleading TV ad during the presidential campaign.

http://www.kmov.com/video/index.html?nvid=285793&shu=1

More than protecting pornography or chocolate Jesus art, it is the freedom of political difference that our fore fathers were chiefly concerned with in 1791. There is a basic right of stating to the public what your beliefs are. With that right, it follows the first amendment also includes and protects you opinion of your political opponent. Where I don’t believe in protecting lies, the idea that during a campaign, an elected official has the duty or right to interfere with a candidates message is just chilling.

hawkdriver on September 28, 2008 at 10:24 AM

In 1998, the Missouri Democratic Party ran this radio ad:

“When you don’t vote, you let another church explode. When you don’t vote, you allow another cross to burn. When you don’t vote, you let another assault wound a brother or sister. When you don’t vote, you let the Republicans continue to cut school lunches and Head Start.”

You think this is what got them concerned?

hawkdriver on September 28, 2008 at 10:31 AM

progressives oppose free speech.

eh on September 28, 2008 at 10:48 AM

Who else here is in Missouri?

Nyog_of_the_Bog on September 27, 2008 at 9:04 PM

Kansas City here too

JamesLee on September 28, 2008 at 11:34 AM

do these “public servants” also have a duty then to crack down on illegal nonfactual attack propaganda from the democratic/obama side?

harpman on September 28, 2008 at 12:21 PM

“do these “public servants” also have a duty then to crack down on illegal nonfactual attack propaganda from the democratic/obama side?” harpman
Well, duh…but it’ll never happen. According to ‘Clintonese’, the Demos only mislead, Repubs lie.

Christine on September 28, 2008 at 12:30 PM

I salute you jellytoast. I will focus my commitment on this election then see what capacity i can serve in the future.
I was going to work the polls like i did during the mid-term elections, but the thought of being in the public eye during the most important election in decades, if ever, makes me swoon just thinking about it. I’m too anti-Obama for prime time.

Christine on September 28, 2008 at 12:39 PM

I used kc8ukw’s link and wrote to Bob McCulloch…please tell me if i was kind enough:
How dare you use your office to selectively prosecute Missouri tax payers (or could it be all Americans?), for telling the truth about Barack Obama? It’s obvious that if they weren’t telling the truth that you wouldn’t be threatening anyone with litigation.
We know who you are: a partisan bottom feeder who wants a cushy job working for the Obama brown shirts. I hope that YOU are brought to justice for violating the First Amendment as a public prosecutor.
God Bless America; may we avert a catastrophe and defeat the far left snob, BO.

I didn’t put in an email address; i needed no reply.
How do we write to Jennifer Joyce?

Christine on September 28, 2008 at 1:20 PM

I’m in the Kansas City area.
This truly makes me sick. Any bets the MSM will give any type of coverage to this?

jewells45 on September 28, 2008 at 3:40 PM

I’m in the Kansas City area.
This truly makes me sick. Any bets the MSM will give any type of coverage to this?

jewells45 on September 28, 2008 at 3:40 PM

They are trying to spin this as “everybody does it” and thus the M$M will dutifully try to equate McCain having editorial response teams to the newsies running a sotry that highlights that every member mentioned has prosecutorial powers on “stopping lies about Bambi” to having people write newspaper editorials.

sven10077 on September 28, 2008 at 4:36 PM

Hey Obama voters, do you really want a communistic society. I tell you what, you don’t know what it is like. Ask the people from Czech Republic, etc. and you will have a shock. This is the real start of your liberty and freedom being taken away from all of us. Wake up before it is too late. Don’t vote for Obama cause he is black or because you are a democrat. Wait for someone like Clarence Thomas and Thomas Sowell to come along.

mariloubaker on September 28, 2008 at 8:18 PM

Is that an Obama logo in the window?

Phred on September 28, 2008 at 10:20 PM

Read that link below carefully, its a good read..
Really freaky, what kind of crazy radicals that Obama likes to hang out with.. and that article doesn’t even get into the slumlord or the crazy Pastor.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2008/09/barack_obama_and_the_strategy.html

Watch this Video also

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2008/09/burning_down_the_house.html

and watch this video also

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2008/09/memory_lane_lynching_franklin.html

Chakra Hammer on September 29, 2008 at 6:57 AM

how bad is it? The St. Louis Post Dispatch still refuses to even cover the story.

flyoverland on September 29, 2008 at 10:13 AM

Obama’s Good Squad: a taste of what’s to come under Emperor O.

spmat on September 29, 2008 at 10:21 AM

As a lifelong Missourian I have really liked Matt Blunt….. and from the way he has acted towards this type of BS in the past, I believe he will fight it to the extent possible.
.
Claire McCaskill is a scary woman. My husband deployed last October out of Missouri and we had to sit through some stupid BS about how she supports what they do and blah blah blah … I was 10ft away from her and it took all the restraint I had (and the knowledge that I could get my husband in trouble) not to yell “Liar!” every time she said she supported our soldiers……………………….

HouseHold6 on September 29, 2008 at 12:09 PM

Here is a list you can use:

Sheriff Office:
SMeinberg@jeffcomo.org; DLassing@jeffcomo.org; RArnhart@jeffcomo.org; RBrown@jeffcomo.org; GBoyer@jeffcomo.org,

MO Reps:
KCarle@jeffcomo.org; PHawkins@jeffcomo.org; DWLassing@jeffcomo.org; DMarshak@jeffcomo.org; ddavison@jeffcomo.org; dallen@jeffcomo.org; Rod.Jetton@house.mo.gov; Bryan.Pratt@house.mo.gov; steven.tilley@house.mo.gov; Marilyn.Ruestman@house.mo.gov; Paul.Levota@house.mo.gov; JC.Kuessner@house.mo.gov; Connie.Johnson@house.mo.gov; pa@stlouisco.com

Senator Kt Bond,
Senator McCaskill, Claire,
Rep Rod Jetton,
Rep Bryan Pratt,
Rep Steven Tilley,
Rep Marilyn Ruestman,
Rep Paul LeVota,
Rep J.C. Kuessner,
Rep Connie Johnson,
Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce,
Robert P. McCulloch

And here is what I sent them:

This is to express my deep disappointment, distress and my anger at the despicable position that top prosecutors and sheriffs of Missouri have taken to prosecute “anyone that makes false statements regarding Obama”.

I would like to remind you, that as public servants you are to defend and protect both sides of the divide. Where were you when Sara Palin was accused of most heinous lies?

Disputing opponent’s statements is not breaking the law – and it shouldn’t. I honestly believe that Obama is not a Christian (or Muslim for that matter). I believe that he will not and cannot cut taxes for 95% percent of the American people and I believe that if it wasn’t for the 2nd amendment he would hurry to take that right away too. Should I be afraid to express my beliefs?

Is this America or a communist dictatorship? Is this a free country or a fascist regime? Are you not afraid to take the country that direction? Are you so blinded by your lust to win the election that you are ready to abandon the of the pillars of American freedom (free speech)?

You should be ashamed of yourselves. If you are an American, stand up against it. Openly and clearly. Face the ones with more power without fear.

I stood in the line of fire for my freedom. I was in the middle of a bloody revolution to rid of a communist dictator. Fear to express your beliefs, even if wrong, is the end of any liberty that we hold dear. You have no idea what it is to be filled with fear as a child when you see a uniform! Is that what you want? I will not let you! Where do you stand as Americans! You dare take sides in a political DEBATE!? Have you lost any guidance or understanding? You want a “truth squad”? Who holds the truth? A human?

Sheriff Oliver Boyer should lose his job in disgrace. Shame on Jennifer Joice, Bob McCullock and all involved. And the rest of us should stand up for this country. For our country and for our children.

Don’t you ever dare to take sides in a political debate when you hold so much power in your hands. Shame! Shame! Shame!

With disgust and anger at your abuse of power,

Florin Gheorghies
Atlanta GA

florin on September 29, 2008 at 4:34 PM

U.S. OFFICE OF SPECIAL COUNSEL SEEKS DISCIPLINARY ACTION IN HATCH ACT CASE AGAINST SHERIFF OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – 1/17/06
CONTACT: LOREN SMITH, 202-254-3714, lsmith@osc.gov

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) has filed a complaint for disciplinary action against Tom F. Phillips, the Sheriff of Jackson County, Missouri. OSC’s complaint, filed January 17, 2006, with the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB), charges Phillips with violating the Hatch Act by asking several Jackson County Sheriff’s Department employees, all of whom were his subordinates, to appear in a political commercial on behalf of Claire McCaskill when she was a candidate for Missouri Governor in 2004. The complaint also charges Phillips with violating the Act by asking several subordinate employees to attend his 2004 re-election campaign fundraisers/events.

Requesting subordinates to appear in a partisan political commercial and requesting their attendance at his campaign events violates two separate provisions of the Hatch Act—the prohibition against use of official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election and the prohibition against coercing or attempting to coerce employees to contribute anything of value, including personal services, to a person for a political purpose.

Phillips is covered by the Hatch Act because his principal employment is in connection with programs that are financed, in whole or in part, by federal loans or grants.

According to the complaint, Phillips approached four of his subordinate employees on August 29, 2004 and asked them if they would appear in a political commercial on behalf of McCaskill. He also requested another subordinate to come into work on this date so that she could open her office blinds to assist with the lighting for the commercial. The subordinate agreed and was rewarded with four hours of double overtime. The complaint further alleges that on the following day, Phillips asked another subordinate employee to ask other Jackson County Sheriff’s Department (JCSD) employees to appear in another taping or filming of Claire McCaskill political commercial. The subordinate did as Phillips asked, and three JCSD employees appeared in the commercial wearing their official JCSD uniforms. The complaint additionally alleges that Phillips asked several of his subordinate employees to attend his re-election campaign events/fundraisers, and accepted their uncompensated volunteer services to promote his re-election campaign by having these subordinates “work the polls” on Election Day.

Special Counsel Scott Bloch said, “One of the main reasons for the original Hatch Act was to prevent political coercion and influence by supervisors in the public workplace. This case shows why the law is still relevant even today. The workplace should not be a place for partisan political activity, and violators will be prosecuted.”

The Hatch Act restricts the political activity of individuals principally employed by state, county, or municipal executive agencies who have duties in connection with programs financed in whole or part by federal loans or grants. A covered employee may not use his official authority or influence to interfere with or affect the result of an election, or coerce or attempt to coerce covered employees to contribute anything of value to a person for political purposes. When the MSPB finds that a State or local employee has violated the Hatch Act and that the violation warrants removal of the employee, the employing agency must dismiss the employee or forfeit a portion of the federal funds, equal to two years’ salary of the employee. The employee may also not be reappointed to a state or local position in that state for the following eighteen (18) months.

snopercod on October 1, 2008 at 7:32 AM

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