Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Top attorney backs Savage against San Fran official

I hope he sues this Anti-American californian's pants off!

From WND:
One of the nation's top civil rights attorneys has offered his assistance in suing a San Francisco city supervisor who attacked nationally syndicated radio talk-show host Michael Savage for his tough stance against illegal immigration.

Daniel A. Horowitz of Oakland, Calif., wrote to Savage after Supervisor Gerardo Sandoval introduced a resolution condemning the radio talker urging him to sue the official, whom he compared to Adolph Hitler, Josef Stalin and Hugo Chavez in the way he attempted to silence political speech by rallying the mob.

"You have a strong federal civil rights action that you can file against Supervisor Sandoval and the city of San Francisco," he advised. "You have a constitutional right to state your political opinions and no city official has the right to lie about what you said or to call for a mob to come to your door to threaten you and to try to have you fired."

Horowitz said the Civil Rights Act of 1871, designed to tame the terror of the Ku Klux Klan, can be used as the basis for a federal civil rights action against the official and the city.
You need to go read the whole article, it is to the point and I cannot copy the whole thing.

Wasting time on resolutions that mean nothing seem to be business as usual in San FranSICKO. This is while the dang city is considering using taxpayer dollars to pay for immigrants' green cards and citizenship!

There appears to be a multi-front war on talk radio going on in this country and it is time they fight back! The people on the Left love free speech until they don't agree with what the other person is saying...

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