Sunday, November 28, 2010

November 2010 Was Only A Start

A laughable news story...

I quote, "America's political discourse is being crippled by talk radio and cable news shows." Really? Seeing how that the majority of mass media are left-leaning these days, that very well might be true. Unfortunately, it seems only the right-wing conspiracy sees it that way. Laughable.

According to Senator Jay Rockefeller, discussing Fox News and MSNBC, "It would be a big favor to political discourse; to our ability to do our work here in Congress; and to the American people, to be able to talk with each other and have some faith in their government and, more importantly, in their future." Really? The Congress has done nothing but screw the American people since its inception, with little concern over discourse concerning their future. Perhaps Senator Rockefeller should  not so obtusely bloviate so as to recognize that the American people do not trust their government to act in their best interest. Perhaps Mr. Rockefeller real interest lies in seeing to it that the stature of PBS – a station for which his wife, Sharon Percy, is CEO of its #1 station, and partially funded by the U.S. government – is far more greatly enhanced over all others? Simply to keep the American people in the dark about what their government is doing in order to maintain the faith of their, apparently dictated, future.

I also find it so very ironic that someone so hateful and racist as Al Sharpton is allowed to have a radio show to spew his leftist agenda, while calling for the ban of another who allegedly does the same. Simply because it is not aligned to the leftist agenda. How hypocritical, but what else would you expect from the likes of a leftist socialist like Sharpton?

This country is in trouble if we allow such behavior to continue. Political discourse has become nothing more than public bullying. I have never tolerated a bully in my entire life – even when getting my ass kicked in the process of standing up to them. But I stood up to them. And that is what the American people need to do.

Now. Not in the future. Now – before it’s too late.

©2010 Steve Sagarra

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