O Anna Niemus


Z Socalled Free Speech Is Money Speech


On America's neocon run
talk radio stations
so called free speech is moneyed speech
driven by war profiteers, butchers,
ecocidal gas, utility, lumber companies
On America's neocon run
ralk radio stations
the talk radio is actually lecture radio..
like a national football game
in which tens of thousands are spectators
on the side,
while a few
crash at each other on the field.
In neither are the people allowed
on the field.

Free speech is not free.

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Mormon warmonger Rush Limbaugh now controls
the illegal monopoly Clear Channel through Bain
Capital, a company which sought to give a Chinese army
connected company a Pentagon contract.
Mormon Utah gave McCain 62%, the highest of any state,
while Hawaii gave 70 some percent go Obama.

Submitted: Thursday, November 06, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, December 16, 2008
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