Friday, June 18, 2010

How to legislate electoral fraud:DISCLOSE

The pundits have been saying it, and so have the polls. The Dems are poo-pooing it, but they are worried. They are going to lose big this Novemeber if last month's primaries where pro-life women were victorious are any indication. So, what's a Dem to do when faced with defeat?
Muzzle your opponents. No, we can't openly suppress free speech in the US, at least not yet, but we can hamper pro-family organizations with so many oppressive and complex regulations that their message will not get out to the grassroots.
The bill forces groups, including most 501(c)4, 501(c)5, 501(c)6, and 527 groups, to comply with what pro-life groups call “onerous” reporting requirements. These would disclose the donors and members of their organizations, and frustrate the ability of grassroots entities to communicate effectively with the public about public policy.

“There is no principle embodied in this legislation other than crude political advantage. They are trying to temporarily disable their critics,” Douglas Johnson, Legislative Director for the National Right to Life Committee, told (LSN).

Read the entire story at Life Site News.

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