"If you're trying to change minds and influence people it's probably not a good idea to say that virtually all elected Democrats are liars, but what the hell."
Saturday, July 12, 2008
American Spectator Attacks?
The Fairness Doctrine?
In a thread below
people commented about not being allowed access to The American
Spectator, and I said what's the problem? I get right in with http://www.americanprowler.org/.
That's been my TAS bookmark for ages, but now I notice that I'm landing
on the Prowler's site. If I click on AMSPECBLOG
(www.spectator.org) I get this Orwellian message. What security
preferences? And who decided it's an "attack site?
For that matter, what is an attack site?
You can rollover and click for the "report," such as it is. But
Google's infernal politics aside, WhoTF made them the Internet's
arbiter of anything? The last time I looked I was using the
Firefox browser, not Google's. How dare they? Not for the
first time do I conclude that Google is every bit the Clear and Present
danger to us as an Obama presidency. BTW, it doesn't matter what search
engine you use, MSN search will do the same thing, but without Google's "papier du particulars." Yahoo too, seemingly following suit. I think
TAS has a decent shot at winning a 100 Billion dollar lawsuit against
Google for defamation. Then, instead of "Googling," future webbers will "Spectate" for information.