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Add his name to the growing list of Democrats coming out of the closet in support of government restrictions on free political speech.
We’re living in scary times, ya’ll.
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I really wonder if the folks at PBS and NPR are ready for the “Fairness Doctrine”.
I’m trying really hard to find a glimmer of hope during this frightening time for our country. The Democrats must be worried that the American people are waking up that they need Bill Clinton out there stumping for the Fairness Doctrine. If they were so confident, why would they need to shut the opposition down? If the Messiah is the best thing since Kennedy, why worry about insignificant Republicans?
I’m sure they will find a way to exclude PBS and NPR.
If this does pass, all those middle ground voters who went over to vote for Barry this time will get a big wake up, and see what is really happening.
Me, if this goes thru, I plan on calling every local station that carries any minor amount of liberal leaning programing, and DEMAND equal time. We can take those weenies off the air, too. And, yeah, I can think of several in the Raleigh area that lean left. We have Alan Colmes on at night. The Brad and Britt show out of the Greensboro area. And several others.
Is this the same Bill Clinton who claimed the problems in his presidency–impeachment– were the result of the Christian right? Ah, yes.. I am a card-carrying member of the conservative Christian coalition. I actually said that once to a liberal who wanted to know where the meetings were held. We all know what to expect; our Marxist president doesn’t like criticism.
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