Monday, July 19, 2010

Soros-funded group wants feds to probe talk radio

Soros-funded group wants feds to probe talk radio It is ironic that this group calls itself  "Free Press."  Robert McChesney, an avowed Marxist and founder of  Free Press, wants talk radio probed for so called hate speech. That doesn't constitute a free press in my mind.

So what would constitute hate speech in the minds of these people? A dissenting opinion? What is it with Marxist types that they so enjoy policing others? Is there some sort of DNA mutation that causes this?  These people need a copy of the Constitution and a swift kick in the hind parts.  It is no surprise that George Soros would fund this group as he supports the idea of government-run media.  Soros, McChesney and others claim it would lead to more balanced reporting.  Hmmm...sounds like propaganda and censorship to me.  I wonder if the magazine that contained this quote would be probed for hate speech:

"The hope that fired up the election of Barack Obama has flickered out, leaving a national mood of dispair and disappointment.  Americans are dispirited over how wrong things are and are uncertain that they can be made right again.  Hope may have been a quick breakfast but it has proven a poor supper."

Think that came from a Conservative blog, or talk show?  Think again.  It came from  Mortimer Zukerman, Editor-In-Chief, US News and World Report, July 2, 2010.  Mr Zukerman voted for Obama and his paper The New York Daily News endorsed Obama.   Mr. Zukerman even helped Obama with one of his speeches.  The US News and World Report is considered a bastion of liberal bias.  Would his words be considered fair criticism or hate speech if Mr Soros and Mr McChesney made the rules?

Those currently in political power who change the rules to suit themselves need to know that one day they will be out of power and the rules will apply to them.

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