Friday, August 28, 2009

Conservative persecution complex run amok.

On the event of Ted Kennedy's passing, a number of Boston radio stations put their usual programming aside in favour of broadcasting tributes to and eulogies for the famous Massachusetts senator.

To most people, this might sound like a reasonable (and ironically, market based) decision. To Kathy Shaidle, it's evidence of censorship and an example of "the fairness doctrine".


Onward, crazy windmill slayers!


2 comments:

sassy said...

The passing of Ted Kennedy is a great loss to many, even KS.

Oemissions said...

Americans needed to hear again those values and legislations he stood for.
Obviously his children loved and appreciated him.

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