Friday, September 08, 2006

A not-so-veiled threat

From Harry Reid and friends:

The Communications Act of 1934 provides your network with a free broadcast license predicated on the fundamental understanding of your principle obligation to act as a trustee of the public airwaves in serving the public interest. Nowhere is this public interest obligation more apparent than in the duty of broadcasters to serve the civic needs of a democracy by promoting an open and accurate discussion of political ideas and events.

I'm surprised he waited until the second paragraph to threaten to yank their broadcast license.

They've all gone Howard Dean. Once again, these morons are snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

They so worship at the alter of Clinton would gladly sacrifice thier own children to save his already tarnished legacy.

If they keep this up, there's a better than fair chance the voters in this country will look at the looney Left and decide they don't want them having the power to shape legislation.

Keep talking Harry.

Look for the GOP will pick up seats in both the House and Senate.

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