Offensive? That’s a Jailin’

Not only is it now a serious crime in America to offend someone (if you offend a certain judge in New Hampshire, you get 60 days in jail), now, apparently, if you call someone a crybaby, that’s racist, offensive, hateful, and threatening. Well, if that someone is a member of the protected class: government.

Whiny California state Sen. Leland Yee is really raising a storm. Why? Because he’s offended. And he’s not afraid to use lots of people with badges to attack anyone who doesn’t agree with him. After all, an unknown person called him said he was a crybaby (and used profanity) — so there is now an official state investigation with the Senate Legislature investigating and “other security agencies.”

So beware — if you offend someone who is in government, you might be thrown in jail. But hey, at least we’re not rioting in the streets, like Egypt…at least not yet.

Gunline

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