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SoCalDem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Nov-20-06 04:53 PM
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C-Span2.. "The Future of Conservatism" ..Media panel
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What a hoot!

Fiind the link on their website and watch this if you missed it..

Talk about delusional

Weyrich claims that the republicans "forced" the democrats into control so they would have to "define" themselves prior to the '08 elections :rofl:

and of course the whole theme is about how the "evillll dems" will try again to restore the Fairness Doctrine.

Roy Blunt apparently is chairing this little lovefest and giving them their marching orders.

He bemoaned the fact that once, during the election cycle he was "stuck with only CNN" for a time, and so disturbed at how obviously slanted they were.. :wtf:

and of course they trotted out the old saw about how we don;t need the Fairness Doctrine because "if you don;t like what you hear on radio or tv, you can always go somewhere else and air your differences".. :wtf:

Hey Roy, how does one do that when the ones with the airtime on radio & TV won;t "let you in"??

THAT'S what the fairness doctrine is all about.. EQUAL...FAIR...

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