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!


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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