Campaign for Liberty - nut jobs?Submitted by Dime on Fri, 03/27/2009 - 14:18
Please read this and help us!
This past Wednesday, a group of activists came together at the Indiana Statehouse in a rally dubbed "Revolt at the Statehouse" (www.RevoltattheStatehouse.com) and the group was slandered by WISH-TV's reporter Jim Shella as he produced a hit-piece on the event and made a volunteer for Campaign for Liberty his whipping child. In WISH-TV news report, we believe they have a motive and it is to protect government insiders and they are now attacking people in our movement calling us "conspiracy nut jobs" and so forth.
Here's the hit piece by reporter Jim Shella.
This event featured many organizations who are members of all three political parties and featured groups who directly support our desire for honest money, more transparency, and a call for our elected representatives to follow the rule of law (Constitution). We attempted to get a formal apology from WISH-TV 8 and Jim Shella and they stand by their story.
Read the blogs to see the public's response and anger
----Tied into this event is a possible motive why Jim Shella and WISH-TV Channel 8 decided to cover the community activists who are attempting to reign in their government:
This is a very explosive story!!!
Look at the March 24th story titled "Pacers at the trough"
I came across Ruth Holladay's (a former columnist with the Indianapolis Star) blog about a paid junket by the Pacer's owners (Simons) where members of our media (Indianapolis Star & WISH TV) were being wined and dined along receiving jewelry and watches in Cancun (Mexico) all on the dime of the Simons.
If this story is true, this is a complete violation of the public's trust and resignations should occur
I also ask the public to start contacting the following organizations and post your reactions to www.HoosiersForFairTaxation.com blog.
Indiana Pacers Contact
Jim Shella (reporter who did the hit piece)
Mary Beth Schneider (317) 444-2772
Contact Marsh Supermarkets who is a main advertiser for WISH-TV, the Indianapolis Star, and they sponsor the Indiana Pacers
Do you live in Indiana? Contact your Representative
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