She conveniently neglects to mention Inhofe’s claim that her own candidate of choice is sweet on Fairness and she’s smoking something if she thinks any part of the blogosphere has the same reach as conservative talk radio. But never mind that; this is too hot for quibbles.

I told you once long ago that we’d end up luring her to the dark side. And now, fittingly on this Independence Day, I hereby solemnly declare — mission accomplished.

Apparently, democracy is a drag – but it’s nothing a little authoritarian censorship can’t fix…

Conservatives long ago adapted to life in a world where watching the network news or picking up one of the major news dailies is a virtual guarantee of having their views mocked, demeaned or misrepresented. If you’re a social conservative, multiply the odds by 100…

Liberals claim they just want “fairness” – but if that were so, they wouldn’t limit their concern just to talk radio, the one area where they’ve been shut out (by their own incompetence, mind you – Air America, the liberal talk-radio network, was a complete fiasco). They aren’t concerned that Americans “get both sides of the story” on abortion or embryonic-stem-cell research or abstinence training. They weren’t concerned about “fairness” when Katie Couric blamed evangelicals for the death of Matthew Shepherd.

They protest that the airwaves belong to the American people. They’re right – which is all the more reason to keep grubby government mitts off of them…

Back on planet Earth, people know that we live in a world that has more outlets and opportunities for opinions to be heard than at any time in history. Democratic leaders must know it, too – since they cower in fear from the vitriol and threats of a liberal blogosphere that easily rivals conservative talk radio in its ability to influence elected officials.

Exit question: Who are they going to get to be Michelle’s Democratic opponent on O’Reilly now?

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