Time?s Klein: Beck, Palin Potentially Committing Sedition against U.S. Government; Heilemann Adds Limbaugh | NewsBusters.org Free speech is now "sedition!" Remember when the left thought this was okay??? FUNNY! Somehow that was okay and "free speech." Then remember the two books that came out in Summer 2004 on how to assasinate Bush? A Novel's Plot Against the President (washingtonpost.com) Oh yeah! We have to understand their first amendment RIGHTS when it comes to liberals. But if that first amendment swings the other way toward a Democtrat president, guess what happens???? Time?s Klein: Beck, Palin Potentially Committing Sedition against U.S. Government; Heilemann Adds Limbaugh | NewsBusters.org The double standard could not be more obvious. If you call for snipers on President Bush or write books on killing him? THAT'S FREE SPEECH! BUT IF YOU PISS OFF LIBERALS WITH ANYTHING YOU SAY. IF THEY DON'T AGREE WITH YOU OR YOU ARE GETTING ON THEIR LAST NERVE!!!!!!!! THAT'S SEDITION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You could not be more downright infantile than the petty and obvious double standards liberals want to play in the political arena. If conservatives had come CLOSE to doing ANYTHING the liberals did while Bush was president, liberals might have a valid argument for incitements to violence, but they haven't. There haven't been conservative shows having "snipers wanted" over the face of the president. There haven't been books teasing about how to kill him. The left spent eight years showing nothing but raw naked HATRED for Bush and they have the nerve to cry sedition if they think conservatives are getting too "uppity?" It would be funny if it were not so damn galling. And the really pathetic thing is, I don't think liberals even see this as a double standard. I think they really do believe they have a right to do anything they want, and it's anyone that disagrees with them that better watch their step. Liberals on this forum can cry that's wrong all they want, but the liberal leaderships actions and words speak a lot louder than any forum protests.