But isn't it time to start talking about preserving independent televisionChuck seems to forget that he's a big supporter of mega-corporate ownership of television stations and against fair access to public airwaves. He's been a big critic of Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and of the Pres. The only unionists that he hasn't popped off on are the ones who keep the wick lit on the biggest schtick in the state and he's been pretty soundly against any human rights group form the ACLU to the NAACP to Los Voces de la Frontera.
stations, opposition political leaders, trade unions and human rights groups --
before it is too late?
Do you suppose he's getting forgetful or is just basically willing to say anything that pops into his head to get a rise from the gullible?