Thursday, November 18, 2010

Progressives' Disrespect For The Rights Of Their Opponents.

Newsbuster exposes the blatant wish of Al Sharpton to have the FCC go after Rush Limbaugh.  Here's the video.  (Click here if you can't see embedded video).

Then yesterday, Jay Rockefeller, Senator (D-WV) took time out from a Senate committee meeting to lob shots at both Fox News and MSNBC.  He opens this clip be talking about "the system we have for developing television content."  Pray tell, who is this "we"?  Since when does the Federal government have diddly-squat to do with "developing television content"?  Why, oh why, do these progressive busybodies concern themselves with what we watch and how?  Read the First Amendment - it's simply none of their damned business.  Look at this clip (click here if you can't see embedded video).

Make no mistake.  This is all about establishing a progressive monopoly on information and the publishing of opinion.  Blogs such as this one will soon be in their crosshairs.  Then your freedom to say what you want and read what you want will exist no more.  The elections a few weeks ago are only a first step in pushing back this monster.  We must be relentless in our vigilance and efforts.


  1. Well I surely agree with Rockefeller on one thing. I don't need all these channels and wish I only had to pay for the two I watch--FOX and EWTN. I believe it would be against my rights for him to take FOX away; where else would we get the Truth of what this administraton and congress is doing? I surely do agree it may keep them from doing business as usual. Praise God!

  2. The point is, though, what cable companies offer or don't offer is none of the government's business to debate, let alone decide these matters. There is no constitutional authority for the government to meddle in such matters.


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