Friday, September 08, 2006

Stalin Would Be Proud

A mini-series based on the Senate Committee findings about 9-11 was to be aired this Sunday and Monday. No-one has seen the whole movie yet but its reportededly tough on both the Bush and Clinton administrations. The premise is that the government failed to keep us safe on that fateful day. All clear thinking individuals know that both administrations let us down but Bush only had 7 and a half months while Clinton had 8 years to do something about terrorism. Unfortunately democrats are trying to revise history, to the point of threatening to take ABCs license away.

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.

The letter came from Senate democrats. So much for the left being for free speech. How many times have I said that demcorats want to destroy the very fabric that this country was founded on? I do believe that very foundation is the right to free speech, not just speech you agree with. Josef Stalin would be proud! In fact so would Hitler.

Now it looks as though ABC will not air the truth about 9-11.

Can we question their patriotism yet?

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The democrats want freedom of speech only when it suits their own needs. They are really afraid for the truth to come out, aren't they? Clinton had Bin Ladin's head on a platter when he was in office and refused to accept it.
They feel it's okay to bash the republicans, but Lord forbid the democrats get bashed.

September 08, 2006 3:46 PM  
Anonymous Lee said...

ABC keeps changing - will it air or will it not Never heard so much controversy about one movie.

September 08, 2006 9:10 PM  

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