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For those InstaPundit readers

He linked you to a category. If you’re curious what I’m talking about, see here. Make your own pledge for free speech:

Any organization* that wants to run a political ad criticizing any politician in the McCain-Feingold 60-day window can do so here. Not only will I run the ad free, Iíll do a post on the ad on the front page.

8 Responses to “For those InstaPundit readers”

  1. Billy Hollis Says:

    I just registered the site campaignads.net and paid for four months of hosting. I am open to comments on the best way to use that to participate in this effort.

  2. SayUncle Says:

    Excellent. Not sure the best way but maybe a central location to host ads?

  3. AndyJ Says:

    This cause needs a case to be filed in Washington DC so that it can get on the “Rocket Docket” at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals before the election. Headlines are what Congress fears. A small protest that won’t be prosecuted does nothing.

    Who will volunteer to post the ad(s)? Who will force the FEC and DOJ to act on enforcement?

    If there is no case brought forth, this is just puffery, posturing, smoke and mirrors. There must be a trial and headlines otherwise Congress goe back to sleep for 2 years.

  4. SayUncle Says:

    Andy, the Supreme Court done took the case and opined it was legal. Bastards.

  5. Billy Hollis Says:

    SayUncle, I thought a site devoted to just ads would allow more and bigger ads, and could be linked from other places. I figured if this really took off, there would be overflow because the typical blog can only accept and display a small number of ads.

    Maybe that won’t happen. And if someone comes up with any other ideas, I’m ready to hear them. Otherwise I’ll figure it out myself and try a few things.

  6. Don Wilkins Says:

    This is a great idea. I think this unconstitutional law needs to be dragged back into the light.

  7. USCitizen Says:

    Traction Control is in!

  8. Word Around the Net Says:

    CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE

    The Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiller has an interesting offer to counter the unconstitutional, corrupt McCain-Feingold free speech crushing act. What as this act and why does it matter now? Here’s how an editorial in the Examiner puts it:

After several weeks of taking Viagra, I got used to it and took the drug only on the weekends. Noticing the changes, my girlfriend started to ask me why I'm so active on weekends. I had to honestly confess everything. She was not upset but supported me. So thanks to Viagra, I made sure that I'm loved just like the way I am.