Apparently, H.R. 347, the Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act (or the “no protesters allowed” act) is already making its mark.
On March 21st, President Obama paid a visit to New Mexico. On the way there, the Secret Service learned of a plan by New Mexico TEA Party members to protest his arrival, and promptly changed their destination to avoid the protest.
When the US Secret Service discovered that the enterprising group of our Southeast New Mexico Patriots had, also, switched their plans and would drive to Roswell to engage in peaceful and Constitutionally allowed dissent against the Obama policies of the destruction of the United States of America, the SS began to put their respective feet down. First, the SS made a strong request that the anti-Obama rally not occur…at all. When the TEA Party members advised them that they still planned to do so, it was announced that the main road (Earl Cummings Loop) into and out of the Roswell airport would be closed. In other words, only the planned Obama sycophants, adherents and Adoration Groups will be allowed in…all others no longer have any free speech.
So, there you have it. The cameras see no protesters. Only those who wish to adore the President. Sing his praises.
Gone are the days where cardboard-sign wielding, bullhorn toting citizens let the world know they are angry.
Now, we’re moving closer to something like North Korea, where the dear leader is presented in a public relations dream, where there are throngs of gleeful supporters, some even fainting from the mere presence of their deified dictator (oh wait, that already happens).
We simply can’t forget about NDAA 2012 or NDRP either. The headline may one day read “Americans Erased From Reality.” I hope that is not the case, but I fear it will be. And in the not so distant future.
What say you?