Blood Libel

I looked up the now popular term “Blood Libel” in Ed’s Conservative Dictionary and here is what I found.

Blood Libel (see also: practices of worshipers of Saul Alinsky)

Blood Libel is a term in modern times associated with:

What was done to Robert Bork.

What was done to Clarence Thomas.

What was done to Texas Senator John Tower and Secretary of Labor Ray Donovan.

May forms of blood libel have been used against the family of and Governor Sarah Palin.

Blood Libel is the basis for many progressive books written about former President George W. Bush.

Blood Libel is not to be confused with “malicious prosecution” most recently associated Scooter Libby, with the late Senator Stevens, and Congressman Tom Delay.

See also:

Chaplinsky v. New Hampshire, 315 U.S. 568, 62 S. Ct. 766, 86 L. Ed. 1031 (1942)