Sunday, March 1, 2009

Senate Broadcaster Freedom Act Passed

The Democrats can make it as hard or easy on themselves as they want. My take on this is if "diversity" is in regard to viewpoints, I am definitely going to be on the national news from CNN, NBC, MSNBC, et cetera.

If liberals want to dilute a conservative program, I am a "Progressive" who believes in voting on everything I am affected by. I can make the point that this is different than some conservatives against national referendums and recall. In fact, if you have two conservatives, you have three opinions. ;>

At that point, they may as well stop having news channels. I have never seen a news program without a bias either who, how, what, when, and where it happens.

Make my DAY madame Pelosi. Pull all the puppet strings of the President you want on this, Chairwoman Pelosi. When it comes to diversity in ownership, we can discuss who uses the most satellite bandwidth (Walgreen's) and who you collect "rent" payments from (Walgreen's) and who remodelled your building doubling its worth (Walgreen's).
Walgreen uses more satellite bandwidth than the U.S. government.

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