And then, the Obama-bastard signed the "hate-crimes" bill into law…


The “hate crimes” bill approved recently by Congress could be a problem for broadcasters — most importantly, Christian broadcasters – now that it has been signed into law.

Obama signs hate crimes bill into law

To loud applause, Obama hailed the hate crimes measure in the bill as a step toward change to “help protect our citizens from violence based on what they look like, who they love, how they pray.” (cursing the kuffar 17 times a day and praying to Allah for the destruction of infidels is okay…/ed)


President Barack Obama has signed into law a measure that adds to the list of federal hate crimes attacks on people based on their sexual orientation. Congress approved the legislation last week as part of the $680-billion FY 2010 Defense Authorization bill. Appended to the hate crimes amendment was a statement ensuring that a religious leader or any other person cannot be prosecuted on the bases if his or her speech, beliefs, or association.

But Craig Parshall, chief counsel for National Religious Broadcasters (NRB), discounts that statement, pointing out that such laws in other countries have been used to silence people of faith. He believes the law approved by Congress is potentially dangerous as it relates to comments made about homosexuality or another religion.

In other news:

U.S. set to pay Taliban members to switch sides/still chasing the mythical “moderate” Taliban…

“Under the criminal law of incitement, if something is said in a broadcast that another person uses as a motivation to go out and commit an act of what they call ‘bodily injury’ in the statute, then a broadcaster could be held criminally liable,” he explains.

Or an outspoken broadcaster could be held to be co-conspirator, adds Parshall. He says the supposed bodily injury could be something as insignificant as someone being jostled during a rally or shoved in a protest march.

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6 thoughts on “And then, the Obama-bastard signed the "hate-crimes" bill into law…”

  1. If this hate crimes bill is a serious thing then the Jews and Christians better start using it against not only the liberal left wing, but also against the MSA in the colleges. The ones who are the hateful ones and abusing others are the liberal left wing and the muslims. Seriously, antisemitic crimes on some campuses have risen. The UC System in California has had that problem.

  2. Since no one makes more hateful comments against gays than the mosques I want to see how many of them will be prosecuted.

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