Thursday, April 3, 2008

Have You No Decency, Sir?

From Kenneth Germanson, at One Wisconsin Now:
It's bad enough that Sykes and Belling and the others continue their openly one-sided shows, but there should be something that says, on Election Day, you steer clear of such assaults. There is no time for the subject of these attacks to respond.

Thus, Charlie, "Have you no sense of decency, sir?"

And the same phrase should be directed to the media monopolies that permit these talk shows to go on and on with their one-sided, despicable distortions that seriously affect the making of good public policy. The airways are a public domain and it's time our law-makers seek to regain them in the public interest.

You can read the rest here.

1 comment:

  1. Uh, no, they have no obligation to be fair, non-partisan or be neutral on election day. Why should they be?
    At least they were not like Randi Rhodes who called H. Clinton a F... Whore. now that's disgusting