If this is any indication, the answer is YES:
California man linked to anti-Islam film taken in for questioning
If a filmmaker here in the U.S. is intimidated - or worse - by government officials in order to silence him - or worse - than we have surely lost to radical Islam. We are then no better than the madmen who run Egypt and Iran.
If you're going to be frightened and go down this path, just impose Sharia and get it over with.
* Memo to the government(s) local, state, and federal: The 1st Amendment wasn't established so that people you like can be free to speak their minds. It was set up to protect all speech, regardless. It would do you well to read it - and adhere to it. We The People will allow nothing less.
And speaking of cowards:
Google rejects White House request to pull Mohammad film clip
For the love of God.
Here's to the good freedom-loving (and protecting) folks at Google.
As for those who cower in the halls of government in Washington, shame on all of you.
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Obama has a problem with a filmmaker?
I'd be far more concerned about this. Click on the image to enlarge it:
Maybe it's just easier to go after a moron of a filmmaker than it is to confront a three-year-old jihadist.
* Photo courtesy of Michelle Malkin.