Now That's Censorship

For all the false cries of censorship when the marketplace and not the government marginalizes a voice, or point of view, this is blatant censorship enacted by our government through McCain-Feingold. h/t Instapundit.

Bloggers should consider coming together from both sides to
challenge this un-democratic law by developing a series of podcast or
YouTube commercials pointing out what they see as negative
points regarding incumbents. Not only would it bring attention to a bad
law, it would force the very thing these career politicians don't want
heard to be featured in any coverage - that being the actual criticism
itself.

Something almost without precedent
in America will happen Thursday. That’s the day when McCain-Feingold —
aka the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 — will officially
silence broadcast advertising that contains criticism of members of
Congress seeking re-election in November. Before 2006, American
election campaigns traditionally began in earnest after Labor Day.
Unless McCain-Feingold is repealed, Labor Day will henceforth mark the
point in the campaign when congressional incumbents can sit back and
cruise, free of those pesky negative TV and radio spots. It is the most
effective incumbent protection act possible, short of abolishing the
elections themselves.