Wednesday, June 27, 2007

like a bad case of athlete's foot, the fairness doctrine keeps coming back

Liberaliars have a time-tested formula they like to use to trick Americans into supporting their anti-American agenda. They create programs/laws/agencies, etc. that will implement the liberaliar agenda, but they attach a name to that program/law/agency that says just the opposite. It's very dishonest, but highly effective.

This is the tactic being used by liberals with the so-called Fairness Doctrine. There is absolutely nothing fair about the Fairness Doctrine, but then, liberaliars don't give two hoots about fairness.

To explain by way of example, the Fairness Doctrine would require a radio station that carries Rush Limbaugh for 3 hours to also carry 3 hours of liberal opinion. That's called "balance." Here's the question, though. The Rush Limbaugh Show has no problems securing advertising. Radio stations make money off of El Rushbo. What happens if the radio station can't sell any advertising for the 3 hours of liberal opinion? Answer--they have two choices. Eat the cost of airing the liberal opinion, or drop Limbaugh so they don't have to air the liberal opinion.

You see the liberal strategy here, don't you? Liberalism cannot survive in the marketplace of ideas on its own. Most people recognize liberalism for what it is---lies, lies, and more lies. That's why conservative talk radio flourishes. It is truthful, it is intelligent, and people gravitate towards smart truth.

So naturally, liberals want to kill conservative talk radio. You see, liberals have no use for freedom of speech or freedom of the press!

Read the following article for thoughtful analysis on the coming fight over the Fairness Doctrine:

Go to the following link to see a video clip of Rep. Mike Pence (R.--IN) announcing plans to legislatively outlaw the Fairness Doctrine:

Here is an interesting quote about the Fairness Doctrine:

"It's time to reinstate the Fairness Doctrine. I have this old-fashioned attitude that when Americans hear both sides of a story, they're in a better position to make a decision."--Sen. Dick Durbin (D.--IL)---Yes Dick, you are old-fashioned. Karl Marx wanted to stamp out free speech as well!

Beware the Fairness Doctrine! There is nothing fair about it!


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