Shut Up: Fairness Doctrine and Net Neutrality

April 11, 2009 by Lisa Krempasky  
Filed under Politics

For generations the left has been bent on silencing objections. Notice I did not say answering objections. I said silencing them. The goal is not to win in the arena of ideas because their arguments cannot win. Instead, the want to win in the arena of public relations where the loudest idea wins. Listen to Andrew Klaven of PajamasTV discuss the fairness doctrine and net neutrality:

We must listen closely to the Shut Up message. When that message is being pressed long and loud you can be sure it is because we have the winning argument. That is the moment to press in and strike with all we have with our message. Do not let the other side seize control of the message. We must make it our own. We must choose the playing field. We must set the rules of engagement. With that strategy the winning message will get out. When people hear and they WILL be persuaded.

Be bold and courageous and never, Never, NEVER shut up! Remember we have right and truth on our side.