The Fairness Doctrine of Sergeant Ed Schultz

Sergeant Schultz hears nothing, sees nothing, knows nothing…

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The Fairness Doctrine of Sergeant Ed Schultz

The Fairness Doctrine (aka Censorship Doctrine) is a Liberal Doctrine that attempts to silence conservative voices by imposing the unconstitutional equality of outcome aka rigging the game under the guise of creating a level playing field.

“If I own 500 stations, the Drugster (Rush Limbaugh) wouldn’t be on any of ’em.” –MSNBC Marxist Ed Schultz calling for Fairness for me, not for thee (you).

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Sergeant Ed Schultz believes in the ‘socialist’ takeover of Talk Radio by the Government

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