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Friday, February 13, 2009


J. Grant Swank, Jr.

Bill Clinton fair?

Come on, people.

Bill Clinton told radio host Mario Solis Marich that it was time to bring “balance” to talk shows. He said that the likes of Rush Limbaugh were overbalancing the scales in favor of conservatism.

Well, duh?

Does not Clinton know that liberal talk shows went belly up because they had no zip, no substance, nothing to say to connect with the real Republic? Surely Clinton knows that. But he still likes to spoil the pot.

If anyone has prostituted fair speech it is the Clinton duo. Of course, their ilk is legion. But put them on radio for everyday talkathons, and listeners turn to rock.

“’Well, you either ought to have the Fairness Doctrine or we ought to have more balance on the other side,’ Clinton said, ‘because essentially there's always been a lot of big money to support the right wing talk shows and let face it, you know, Rush Limbaugh is fairly entertaining even when he is saying things that I think are ridiculous....’”

If B. Hussein Obama and other communists get their way with Fairness Doctrine in American cement, then our democracy has truly blown.

Freedom of speech has to stay in this country or we are out to sea.

Of course, one of the first portals that liberals go after when it comes to free expression is biblical expression. They detest the biblical ethic; therefore, they hate the Christian heritage, Christian teaching, Christian anything.

Therefore, if the Fairness Doctrine becomes a staple here, we will have gone into atheism big time. That is exactly what B. Hussein, Marxist Muslim, wants for the USA. He will work his bones dry to get there.

Clinton, backslidden Southern Baptist, will do the same in order to further damn his soul. Clinton and wifey have so maligned their hearts under God that they are ripe for the Judgment Negative.

She, once Methodist, and he, once Baptist, are thoroughgoing Unitarian based in their theology—in other words, the more apostate the better.

Working with the likes of B. Hussein, Clintons—along with backslidden Carters—will do whatever possible to ensconce the Fairness Doctrine.

No wonder the National Religious Broadcasters convention in Nashville came out for preaching the gospel regardless of what government does. That conclave gave word to DC that the Word of God will not be compromised.