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November 04, 2009

Objective by Whose Standards?

Because it's only "objective" when you agree with us:

On the air they told me that I was no longer objective. I was too stunned to defend myself effectively. I said something like: "I've always had a point of view. How come you had no trouble with that when I criticized business?"

In hindsight, I wish I'd said: "Look at the title on the wall, you hypocrites! It shows you have a point of view, too. Many reporters do. You just don't like my arguments now that I no longer hew to your statist line. So you want to shut me up."

But I didn't.

So I'll say it now: Reporters who think coercive government control is generally good and I, who think voluntary market forces are generally better, both have a point of view.

So why am I the one called biased?

I like what "Americans for Prosperity" defends. I'm an American, and I'm for prosperity. What creates prosperity is free and competitive markets. That means limited government.

And I will speak about that every chance I get.

Posted by Cassandra at November 4, 2009 08:26 AM

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Welcome to the club, John. Might I be so bold as to suggest that you prepare yourself for the ad hominem attacks you can expect, and learn to appreciate, when you leave the dark side and step into the light?

Lesson #1; When you speak 'blasphemy' against the cherished beliefs of the perpetual whiners you automatically become inelegible for protection under their interpretation of the first ammendment.

Posted by: vet66 at November 4, 2009 11:32 AM

I saw his say that on one of the FNC shows the other day. Couldn't agree with him more on that...

Posted by: Miss Ladybug at November 4, 2009 05:59 PM

I like what "Americans for Prosperity" defends. I'm an American, and I'm for prosperity.

Makes sense to me...

Posted by: camojack at November 5, 2009 01:14 AM

Reactions from the Dems to the Dem losses in the VA and NJ governors' races:

"It didn't go our way," said DNC Chairman Tim Kaine.

"From our perspective, we won last night," said Nancy Pelosi.

Objectivity in action...

Posted by: BillT at November 5, 2009 03:00 AM