October 12, 2004

Propoganda for Me, But Not for Thee

FCC Commissioner Micheal J. Copps on Sinclair airing an anti-Kerry documentary:

“This is an abuse of the public trust. And it is proof positive of media consolidation run amok when one owner can use the public airwaves to blanket the country with its political ideology -- whether liberal or conservative. Some will undoubtedly question if this is appropriate stewardship of the public airwaves. This is the same corporation that refused to air Nightline’s reading of our war dead in Iraq."

It seems to me that Mr. Copps advocates broadcasting pro-Kerry propoganda but gets severely bent out of shape when someone tries to broadcast anti-Kerry propoganda. Thanks goodness the government is loooking out for us and will determine what it is safe for us to see, dont ya think?

Posted by Charles Austin at October 12, 2004 05:12 PM

This, from a campaign that has given us Michael Moore, Dan Rather, Peter Jennings, Judy Woodruff, and recently, an unretired Walter Cronkite. They have no shame. The Dems will lie, sulk, cheat, steal, in short, do anything to win this election, including selling out the American people to terrorists, and Israel to the professional anti-semites in the Dem Party. What has happened to the once great party of FDR and Truman?

Posted by: kjo at 05:35 PM