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From today's email grab bag:

The real hypocrisy is that these are the same senators who just voted
for huge fines for broadcasters who use "indecent" language. Their
justification - they are protecting "the publics" airwaves

Of course the only one getting fined is Howard Stern.

Apparently if a private broadcaster who is critical of the Bush
administration uses certain words on the "public" airwaves, its indecent
and he should be fined - or driven off the air.

But if the VP while working at job where the public pays his salary, in
the Senate building that the public owns, tells a Democrat to fuck
himself, it's no big deal.

So much for decency


voodoo



Thank you Mike.

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datamoon
Jul. 1st, 2004 07:59 am (UTC)
so why does it necessarily have to be that he got fired bc he's anti-bush and others arent? is it possible that it's merely that stern has a track record of being rediculously crewd on-air? i could care less about what he feels about the pres, but his lewd show that constantly features naked lesbians is tired and boring. he's hardly edgy and alternative anymore, but he is just a dirty old man, and i can understand [although dont necessarily agree w/] him getting fired for being indecent. despite feelings for the pres--who else is that disgusting?
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