This cracked me up
G.K. Chesterton observed that when you reject the Big Laws, you don’t get freedom and you don’t even get anarchy. You get the small laws.
This phenomenon is on display in the growing conflict between the Left’s zeal for crushing free speech and the Right Wing Noise Machine’s tendency toward Bringin’ the Crazy. So, for instance, the problem with stories like this is that you always have to keep in mind that one of the permanent itches of the Left’s Nanny State ideology is the constant desire to crush free speech and control public discourse. Just look at the Tyranny of Nice in Soviet Canuckistan, which lacks our Bill of Rights. The Left, of which Media Matters is a flagship organization, loves to point to loonies on the right and urge us, again and again, toward the thought, “Maybe we need to start regulating speech.” That’s the goal.
The best line is “he Left’s zeal for crushing free speech and the Right Wing Noise Machine’s tendency toward Bringin’ the Crazy.”