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One Nerve Left ‘Splat Award’ of the week…

This week’s Splat Award goes to Officer Wesley Cheeks. Watch as he tells a town hall protester in Reston, Virginia, that he can “charge [him] with whatever I want to” because the protester is holding up a sign he doesn’t like. Congratulations Officer Wesley Cheeks for holding the honor of being One Nerve Left’s first ever weekly Splat Award. I am sure you will be in fine company as the year progresses.

Officer Cheeks was threatening the patriot with being hauled off if he held up that sign. I guess that Officer Cheeks had marching orders to flex his personal preferences regarding what signs were okay and had the okay to remove the ones he didn’t like. He could not reference any law or otherwise backup his demand that this citizen cease holding the sign except to say that if the patriot continued there would be consequences.

When the protester asks why other sign-holders aren’t being threatened with trespassing charges, the officer says it’s because the protester’s sign has a picture.

“This used to be America!” the protester exclaims.

The officer retorts: “It ain’t no more, okay?”

No. Not okay.

And yes, this guy would make a perfect candidate for Obama’s Civilian Defense Corps.

Obama and Crew One Up the Big Brother Theme

Turn in your neighbor to the government if they say something you disagree with, report people who say something that is ‘fishy’ meaning that you do not posses the mental ability to understand what they are saying.  Turn them into Big Brother so that you can be informed by the government, get your news from Big Brother.  Set aside the fact that HuffPo is being funded by Soros and groomed as the Internet arm of a government controlled news agency. GE owns NBC and carefully crafts ‘news’ according to the message the President wants the people to receive. (North Korea anyone?) and add to the mix the government having their hand directly on the plug to your computer, disabling your access to the Internet.

Update: Here is the bill:

http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-773

And our own Senator Evan Bayh is a co-sponsor of this legislation.  People in Indiana have to wake up and tell everyone what is going on, what Bayh, Pete Visclosky, Dick Lugar and Donnelly are doing, how they are voting and how it impacts our lives.

Sound nuts? Nope, not nuts, it is in the process as we speak. How many more signals do you need in order for you to stand up and say something is wrong, horribly wrong with how our lives are being controlled down to what we hear, see and receive for information.

Read below for just one article on ‘Cyber Security’.

Senate Bill Would Give President Emergency Control of Internet

Details of a revamped version of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 show the Senate bill could give the president a “kill switch” on the Internet and allow him to shut out private networks from online access.

FOXNews.com

Friday, August 28, 2009

A Senate bill would offer President Obama emergency control of the Internet and may give him a “kill switch” to shut down online traffic by seizing private networks — a move cybersecurity experts worry will choke off industry and civil liberties.

Details of a revamped version of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 emerged late Thursday, months after an initial version authored by Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.V., was blasted in Silicon Valley as dangerous government intrusion.

“In the original bill they empowered the president to essentially turn off the Internet in the case of a ‘cyber-emergency,’ which they didn’t define,” said Larry Clinton, president of the Internet Security Alliance, which represents the telecommunications industry.

“We think it’s a very bad idea … to put in legislation,” he told FOXNews.com.

Clinton said the new version of the bill that surfaced this week is improved from its first draft, but troubling language that was removed was replaced by vague language that could still offer the same powers to the president in case of an emergency.

“The current language is so unclear that we can’t be confident that the changes have actually been made,” he said.


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