12.01.2008 0

Snakes in Ohio: Update

  • On: 12/19/2008 10:41:31
  • In: First Amendment
  • Despite the onslaught of negative news emanating from the Midwest as of late, ALG News Bureau has some positive information regarding the unlawful and unethical government computer probes conducted on Ohio resident Joe Wurzelbacher, popularly known as “Joe the Plumber.”

    As the Associated Press reported yesterday, a trio of nefarious Ohio government administrators—including Department of Job and Family Services Director Helen Jones-Kelley—have resigned as a result of their involvement in one of the most egregious criminal and personal rights violations of the 2008 presidential campaign.

    As ALG News Bureau has reported, Joe Wurzelbacher and his “every-man” appeal were seen as a liability for the Barack Obama campaign. Immediately following his public debut during a McCain-Obama debate, Mrs. Jones-Kelley and others exploited the power of government to probe Mr. Wurzelbacher’s private files in an effort to unearth any dirt or scandalous information on the plumber. Moreover, Jones-Kelley and her accomplices were firm supporters—financially and otherwise—of the Obama campaign.

    So while the nation awaits the resignation of other corrupt Midwestern politicians, ALG News applauds the efforts of those in the media who helped keep the pressure on these vile officials to be brought to justice. If all those involved in the media and public discourse remain vigilant about resisting Big Government encroachment of the individual, good can be achieved.


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