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At Least Be Subtle About It
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The Democrats are the Party fighting for free speech and against the abuse of power!

Oh, wait.

From a Senate Democrats’ letter to ABC about the airing of the Path To 9/11:

The Communications Act of 1934 provides your network with a free broadcast license predicated on the fundamental understanding of your principle obligation to act as a trustee of the public airwaves in serving the public interest. Nowhere is this public interest obligation more apparent than in the duty of broadcasters to serve the civic needs of a democracy by promoting an open and accurate discussion of political ideas and events.

And if that don’t work, a swim in the Hudson wearing cement shoes ought to do it!

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