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within that disagreement comes an unspoken assumption of responsibility:
the responsibility to disagree reasonably. We place our case before the
electorate and we abide by the decision of the People – vox populi,
when we commit ourselves to Freedom of Speech, we also commit ourselves to
use that freedom responsibly. We will not censor the speech of those we do
not disagree with. We will engage in public discourse in a civil manner,
and we will consider our fellow citizens to be misguided, perhaps, but
that’s their RIGHT.
the civil fabric of discourse breaks down, the Constitution breaks down.
When screaming drowns out the voices of the opposition, we descend from
democratic rule to mob rule.
rise of Hate Radio, and the Hate Jockeys represents precisely that threat
to our system of government. The acid bath that any “improper” ideas
are exposed to can only be compared with McCarthyism in recent history.
that McCarthyism was wrapped in a threadbare mantle of “decency.” Oh,
and “communist” has been replaced by “liberal.” To listen to Hate
Radio is often more than a moderate-to-liberal adult can bear. It is a
veritable orgy of focused hatred in an unfocused environment. Listen:
voted for these smarmy know-it-alls?
answer is: we did. If money is, as the Supreme Court holds, speech, then
it is by our “speech” of supporting the advertisers of Hate Radio that
we have voted.
didn’t MEAN to vote for this stuff. We weren’t aware that some of the
most “mainstream” businesses in our community have been advertising on
Hate Radio and improving their sales, else they wouldn’t be advertising.
can’t recall that vote. But we can take our “speech” and let those
businesses know that we will not patronize establishments that use our
money to pay for Hate Jocks to insult us.
it’s very hard NOT to be insulted by Hate Radio. A broad spectrum of
political beliefs are routinely mocked and derided (almost literally spat
upon) by the Hate Jockeys.
questioned, they scream that they’re engaged in “free speech”
against, in the words of one, “a monopolistic liberal media.”
There’s nothing “free” at all about this speech.
is bought and paid for by local businesses. So, when the host refuses to
let the person with the dissenting opinion finish a sentence; when the
host questions the “Americanism” of someone who protests clearcuts of
old growth; when the host takes the first word, the last word, and listens
to screened listeners tell him how right he is, and how stupid anyone who
doesn’t agree with “them” is, that’s your friendly local
businessman paying for this pollution of the airwaves.
tell your local businessman that you won’t do business with a store that
pays Hate Radio to insult you. If they ask you what that means, tell them
advertising on Hate Radio is paying for it, and that they’re responsible
for those opinions just as if they were sitting in the broadcast booth
sniggering at “liberals.”
them that you’re a ‘liberal’ and you are taking your business
somewhere that values you as a customer.
is called a boycott, which was invented in, by and for America and is
about as American a thing as there is to do.
really doesn’t take too many votes to change this “election.”
last updated 02 May 2002