Can’t wait to hear the excuse for this one.
A progressive activist group in California is complaining that the Pentagon has prevented soldiers from accessing its web site in Iraq.
The group argues that Californians serving in Iraq who will vote on a series of ballot measures on Tuesday do not have access to the Courage Campaign “voters guide,” which might help them make decisions.
The Hill independently confirmed that the Tea Party Express site can be accessed on Defense Department computers while the Courage Campaign site cannot be accessed. Courage campaign said it has received information that web sites affiliated with the Traditional Values Coalition, California Election Forum and Christian Voter Guide through the Defense Department computers in Iraq.
And this had better not be the reason:
However, there could be other possible explanations for the blocked site, such as an automatic filter that sifts through specific words. The Courage Campaign site uses multiple references to “sex” (as in same-sex marriages) and “gay” (as in anti-gay, or gay rights). The site also contains information and action items on the repeal of the military’s ban on openly gay service members.
And I don’t want to hear “it’s the Pentagon, not the President.” Is he in charge of his own administration or not? We’d never have given George Bush a pass for something nasty “an agency” did to us.
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