until it has been officially denied. The White House today says that it “opposes any move to bring back the so-called Fairness Doctrine”. Ladies and gentleman get ready. Censorship of talk radio is on the way. Oh, they won’t call it the Fairness Doctrine. It will probably be named something as misleading as the Employee Free Choice Act but censorship is coming.
From Fox News dot com:
The statement is the first definitive stance the administration has taken since an aide told an industry publication last summer that Obama opposes the doctrine — a long-abolished policy that would require broadcasters to provide opposing viewpoints on controversial issues.
“As the president stated during the campaign, he does not believe the Fairness Doctrine should be reinstated,” White House spokesman Ben LaBolt told FOXNews.com.
Forgive me for not finding much comfort in the president’s campaign promises, Mr. Labolt. He still won’t cough up his birth certificate and shall we revisit a few of President Obama’s other promises?
- Bills will be posted online 48 hours in advance of a vote
- The People’s business will be conducted in a bipartisan manner
- The most transparent administration in history
and my favorite
- “Lobbyists won’t find a job in my White House”
In a few short weeks, President Obama has shown a Clintonian propensity for mendacity. And that’s no easy feat, the Ministry of Propaganda used to marvel at how well Clinton lied.
Rush, Laura, Mark, and Sean get ready, here comes the einstagruppen.
God help us!