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  •  Don't attack it as free speech (0+ / 0-)

    Attack it as the individual station publishing GOTV content. On election day. Attack the local advertisers as sponsoring a single party's GOTV content. Contest whether buying air time on election day on Rush but in particular on Hannity should be reported as a political contribution.

    Bucky Fuller, I think, has this one down: It's a global problem but the solution is local.

    Have you heard? The vice president's gone mad. - Bob Dylan, 1966

    by textus on Mon Jul 12, 2010 at 07:08:46 AM PDT

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    •  these stations have no problem declaring their (0+ / 0-)

      allegiance to the GOP, as underdogs against the vast librul media.

      however yes, the local advertisers need to be called repeatedly to defend their sponsoring of the racist liars hatemongers and global wwarming deniers- most will not and IMO most will look for alternatives if they get enough contact or see protestors there- most are making a biz decision through ad agencies looking for the loudest signal and some i have spoken to even admit to voting dem.

      Progressives will lose all major messaging battles until they picket the limbaugh/hannity megastations and boycott those stations' local sponsors.

      by certainot on Mon Jul 12, 2010 at 07:26:49 AM PDT

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