another takeover...what next? its been "spun" every which way, but there is truly no other way to define it other than a take over, away from free markets, into big brother's hands
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It is another effort by the libtards to take control of media. I hope that the republican controlled house does something about this next year. It sounds as if the FCC has been taken over by the libtards and needs to be put on a leash.
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