Sean Penn’s Political Answer – Jail Time for Dissent

When Sean Penn appeared on Bill Maher’s show, it seems he spoke his true mind.  Don’t like his favorite President?  Then go to jail.

“Every day, this elected leader is called a dictator here, and we just accept it, and accept it” said Penn, “and this is mainstream media, who should – truly, there should be a bar by which one goes to prison for these kinds of lies”.

So.. MSM just “accepts it”?  I wonder if that’s because it’s true, and Sean, you might be the one still living in a land of denial?  These “kind of lies”?  Is this your patent response for statements you don’t agree with?  (“Lies, lies it’s all lies I tell you…nothing but lies”)

I wonder if Sean Penn can remember anything he said about Bush and the Iraqi war?  Does calling Bush, Cheney and Condoleeza Rice “Villainously and criminally obscene people” ring a bell, Sean?  I wonder how many years you would sentence someone if they used those same words against a President of your choice?

Or “We cower as you point your fingers telling us to support our troops.  You and the smarmy pundits in your pocket – those who bathe in the moisture of your soiled and blood-soaked underwear – can take that noise and shove it”.  How many years for that one Sean?

Sean, you’ve forgotten something – the first amendment which allows you to pontificate, is the same amendment you now see as an obstacle.

Good luck Sean – if things with SnowBama go in the direction you want, you can ask him to give you a new political position – “Chief Justice of the 1st Court of Slander & Sedition”.



3 Responses

  1. I will never understand how these people think. It’s like a mental illness. Sad and disgusting.

    • It is a mental illness. Goes by the name of “Ultra Progressive Liberalism”. Symptoms: Hypocritical standards, wanting to impose personal viewpoints on others through legislation, inability to see two plus two equals four without wanting to blame someone for already having two while another has only one.

      Now… if we could get a vaccine against this horrible condition… well, that would be health care reform I could support.


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