Do you think George Bush should get a half hour of free airtime to respond to the nightly newscasts?

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American citizen and taxpayer :

Would that be an instance of the “Fairness Doctrine” coming into play?

I personally don’t think he needs the help. But I oppose the government telling people what political commentary they can and cannot broiadcast anyway. I think the folks in Philadelphia in 1787 did too.

What do you think?

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widows_n_orphans

I think that would be great since – in most instances – he can’t respond.

Patrick E

I think it was Teddy Roosevelt who coined the phrase “Bully Pulpit” and I think he can pretty much get airtime anytime he wants it.

Posterity: you will never know how much it has cost my generation to preserve your freedom. I hope you will make good use of it. – John Quincy Adams

dcuckler

W don’t need it he has Farce(fox) news to try and cover him 24-7!

irish_american_psycho

Sure, but he’d be spending millions in overtime for his speech writers, his English to Moron translator and it would keep Cheney up past his bed time. Perhaps a puppet show, with a Gipper Puppet passing the “torch” to a Dumbya puppet?

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