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I'm with kman on this one

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in response to reader comment: Good luck

Submitted by Homefront (Australia), Nov 5, 2008 at 17:56

I can't see Barack being toppled by the media that have worked so hard to get him elected. To paraphrase Mark Steyn and in accordance with the "fairness" doctrine which is likely to be imposed on the media under a Barack Hussein Obama regime it will become very difficult for the dissenting media outlets such as Fox to actually operate.

The aptly named Orwellian "fairness" doctrine is likely to be rather unfair to persons such as yourself and I even when it comes to internet communications. In fact the very freedom of speech the internet has allowed and it's increasing popularity relative to the stagnant and flagging MSM is one of the chief reasons Obama would be motivated to regulate it. Inhibiting the growth of alternative media would be helpful to his allies in the MSM.

Expect "human right's" tribunals to pop up with the expressed purpose of turning the entirety of the US into one great big liberal college campus. Barack and that lunatic Pelosi are only a couple of Supreme Court appointments away from constructing the "world as it should be".

Barack Hussein Obama's presidency is not so much a realisation of Rev Martin Luther King's dream as a fulfillment of WIlliam Ayer's dream. Ayer's famously advocated the long march through American institutions which as Mark Steyn says is the one battle that the American right were not prepared to fight. The consequence is that every major instituation in America is a left wing one party state. This bodes ill for the Republicans because in order to win office they may very well be forced to emulate more european centre-right parties just to win office. A "transformative" election indeed.



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