drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

How Al Franken won the vote in minnesota...

The Fairness Doctrine....
Dear Fellow Conservative,

Last night, I had a horrible dream... and no, this isn't the famous "I Had a Dream" speech. Frankly, I think that one could use a rest.
...
As I imagined one half of a giant brain being tied behind a familiar back, just to make it fair, the familiar bass notes from "My City Was Gone" throbbed, and the announcer's voice boomed...

"Ladies and gentleman... in accordance with Fairness Doctrine broadcasting regulations... here's AL FRANKEN!"

I woke up screaming. But then I realized it was just a bad dream.

( email from eagle@gopusamedia.com, subject: Ann Coulter: My terrifying nightmare )
Hum...

A nightmare from a I had a dream....

Could that be one of those secret extra special references to her hatred of Martin Luther King's "I had a dream"???

Hum????

wow... there is now an official conservative headquarters, well for the underground conservatives, who have a place on the web, and no fancy decription actually required....

HUM....

So when she is worried that the fairness doctrine made minnesotans vote for Al Franken, does she mean that as a Joke???

WOW... Great approach there.... Democracy, the other Brand X...
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