Don't cross The One

For a frightening preview of the consequences of questioning Barack Obama consider the case of Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, aka Joe the Plumber. 

While the ACLU, shrieking right to privacy, chastises the government for legally tapping a person's phone in the interests of protecting its citizens, they have been strangely silent about the numerous Ohio government workers who plumbed the state's computers seeking personal information on dangerous private citizen Joe the Plumber 
after he had the audacity to question the Democratic presidential nominee.  Little Green Footballs has a round up
of  a couple of these illegal searches on Plumber Joe.
Helen Jones-Kelly, director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, confirmed today that she OK’d the check on Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher following the Oct. 15 presidential debate.
She said there were no political reasons for the check on the sudden presidential campaign fixture through the Support Enforcement Tracking System. (snip) Amid questions from the media and others about “Joe the Plumber,” Jones-Kelley said she approved a check to determine if he was current on any ordered child-support payments. Such information was not and cannot be publicly shared, she said.


Sure.  Oh, and by a totally amazing  coincidence

Helen Jones-Kelly also happens to be a
maximum $2300 contributor to the Barack Obama campaign.  
Proving their abilities to spot the country's real enemies and investigate and out them
Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner admitted yesterday that a member of the media made the request of the Toledo Police Department for Joe ‘the Plumber’ Wurzelbacher’s records, NewsTalk 1370 WSPD is reporting.
The police clerk who so willingly complied with the media is now being charged with Gross Misconduct. The cowardly  media person who was so willing to violate Wurzelbacher's privacy for some juicy non scoop has not been identified--probably claiming the right to privacy. 

 
For a frightening preview of the consequences of questioning Barack Obama consider the case of Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, aka Joe the Plumber. 

While the ACLU, shrieking right to privacy, chastises the government for legally tapping a person's phone in the interests of protecting its citizens, they have been strangely silent about the numerous Ohio government workers who plumbed the state's computers seeking personal information on dangerous private citizen Joe the Plumber 
after he had the audacity to question the Democratic presidential nominee.  Little Green Footballs has a round up
of  a couple of these illegal searches on Plumber Joe.
Helen Jones-Kelly, director of the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, confirmed today that she OK’d the check on Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher following the Oct. 15 presidential debate.
She said there were no political reasons for the check on the sudden presidential campaign fixture through the Support Enforcement Tracking System. (snip) Amid questions from the media and others about “Joe the Plumber,” Jones-Kelley said she approved a check to determine if he was current on any ordered child-support payments. Such information was not and cannot be publicly shared, she said.


Sure.  Oh, and by a totally amazing  coincidence

Helen Jones-Kelly also happens to be a
maximum $2300 contributor to the Barack Obama campaign.  
Proving their abilities to spot the country's real enemies and investigate and out them
Toledo Mayor Carty Finkbeiner admitted yesterday that a member of the media made the request of the Toledo Police Department for Joe ‘the Plumber’ Wurzelbacher’s records, NewsTalk 1370 WSPD is reporting.
The police clerk who so willingly complied with the media is now being charged with Gross Misconduct. The cowardly  media person who was so willing to violate Wurzelbacher's privacy for some juicy non scoop has not been identified--probably claiming the right to privacy.