The first of Czar Cass Sunstein’s mandated websites now online

Posted: 05/19/2010 by Lynn Dartez in CFP

By Judi McLeod  Tuesday, May 18, 2010

imageNow that Obama Information Czar Cass Sunstein is making spoon-fed government propaganda mandatory on political websites, Canada Free Press (CFP) is introducing balancingtherightmessage.com.

Forcibly including government propaganda on political blogs gave us the idea for balancingtherightmessage.com, a dumping ground for the right to do the same thing to the left.

Balancingtherightmessage.com’s motto? (Are you listening MSNBC?) “Why make up the news when the truth is scary enough?”

We would have called the site balancingtherightnews.com.Canada but as Ezra Levant and Mark Steyn have proved there is no freedom of speech in the Land of the Maple Leaf.

This could be a lot of fun, Cass.

Although the New York Times and Tingle Man Chris Matthews are already prohibited from posting, the new website would welcome Rush, Mark, Sean and Glenn.

If he promises not to de-populate us, we’d make Mikhail Gorbachev our emeritus editor in chief.  Perhaps he could return the favor by admitting that if he and his sidekick Maurice Strong really cared about the environment, the gilt and sycamore Ark of Hope conveying the Earth Charter would be made of tofu.

“In an audio excerpt of an interview which was posted on the Breitbart.tv website yesterday, Sunstein discusses how conservative websites should provide links to liberal websites and vice versa or even how political blogs should be made to include pop ups that show “a quick argument for a competing view.” (Prison Planet.com, May 17, 2010).

Motor Mouth Momma Cass once wrote a white paper calling for “conspiracy theories” to be banned before wanting to “legally” force Americans to “do what’s best for our society”.

Balancingtherightmessage.com can not only easily prove that we want the Obama regime to “do what’s best for our society”, but can go a long way in showing that our conspiracy theories are better than theirs.

Our new website could have one section on Bureaucracies, for example the Bureaucracy of Hot Air: “Taxing politicians, Taxing sports and Taxing obscene phone calls.”

And just think of what could be done with our Pet Section.  There must be a lot of pets out there who would not want to turn their owners in even though Cass Sunstein supports outlawing hunting, wants meat eating phased out and is giving animals the right to file lawsuits.

Ain’t gonna’ happen even in CzarLand, Cass because unlike Eric Holder, Fido and Fluffy, would actually read 10-page documents before showing up in court.

OMG! Could Cass be the only pet in his own household?

Balancingtherightmessage.com could track down White House Portuguese Water Dog Bo,  as news about him since his adoption has become scarce to none.  Hope Fat Catcher Michelle didn’t put Bo on a permanent diet.

Sunstein himself may have come up with the conspiracy theory of all time: that our dogs, cats, canaries, guppies and hamsters secretly want to sue our butts off in courts of law. This strangest of all Obama Czars (unless you count ballerina Czar Whip Rahm Emanuel) wrote in his 2004 book, Animal Rights: Current Debates and New Directions that “animals should be permitted to bring suit, with human beings as their representatives….Any animals that are entitled to bring suit would be represented by (human) counsel who would owe guardian-like obligations and make decisions, subject to those obligations, on their clients’ behalf.”

How the White House Information Czar could keep Rover from impolitely scratching his fleas or barking his opinion in Sonia Sotomayor’s and Elena Kagan’s august courtrooms is more comical than conspirational.

Meanwhile, it’s walking a tightrope and trying to maintain balance as law abiding Americans are portrayed by their own government as terrorists when it should be a ban on Mad Hatters and rabbit holes.

The Balancing Act of Czar Cass Sunstein made room for Balancingtherightmessage.com, already registered and waiting for posts.

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