Monday, December 7, 2009

They're not even trying...

to pretend they have read the Constitution.

Since Barry O took office, the feds have taken at least partial control of the banking and auto industries, and are doing their level best to take total control of the health care industry. That's not enough for Henry Waxman, he wants control of the newspaper industry, too.

As it stands right now, the press is willing to try and ignore anything that doesn't fit in with the administration's agenda. What more does Waxman want? Everything, it seems.

"Eventually government is going to have to be responsible to help and resolve these issues," Waxman told a conference hosted by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission on the future of journalism.

That's not even taking a walk on a slippery slope. That's going straght on, full tilt ahead, bulldozing the slope and erecting statues of Lenin and Marx in it's place.

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