Monday, April 24, 2006

Free Speech For Me, But Not For Thee

There has been a lot of press lately about the group of concerned citizens radical Lefties who trashed an anti-abortion display consisting of a makeshift cemetary of crosses representing unborn children killed by abortion.


Apparently the use of crosses to shock and offend, forcing people to confront an uncomfortable issue was just too much for these "activists," and so they felt they had to take action.



Of course, we know that it was just an isolated incident, right?
April 18, 2003

Of course, this all got me to thinking...now just who ELSE has ever used a makeshift cemetary of crosses to shock and offend, forcing people to confront an uncomfortable issue?


From "Casey's Peace Page"


From Crawford Update

A link from Michelle Malkin reminds us about the Left's outrage when their makeshift cemetary was "desecrated" by a "right-wing asshat."

Funny how what's okay for one, ain't okay for the other.

And for the Understatement Of The Year Award:

Sally Jacobsen, a professor in the literature and language department, will not return to the school, said James Votruba, the university president.

"I believe what she did was outside the scope of her employment," Votruba said Monday.

Ya think?!