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Fight The Bias - Newsletter Issue #6

02/15/2001

In This Edition........

YOUR EVENING NEWS - Call Your Cable Company
WELL, LOOKIE HERE
WHICH WOULD A RAPIST FEAR? A TELEPHONE OR A GUN?
GOOD LITTLE GOVERNMENT CITIZENS
A READER'S FOLLOW UP TO "BUSH GOING FOR MORE GOVERNMENT?"







YOUR EVENING NEWS - Call Your Cable Company

Hands down – no contest. The absolute best evening newscast on television is Special Report with Brit Hume on the Fox News Channel. No, he doesn’t do special interest pieces on volcanoes in Mexico or giant squid washed up on the shores of India. That squid or volcano isn’t going to affect your life in any meaningful way. Government will. Politics will. If you want to see what those who hold the power of force over you have in store for your future … you can’t do better than Hume’s hour on Fox News. 

Oh, your cable company doesn’t carry Fox News Channel? Well --- start badgering! 





WELL, LOOKIE HERE

House uber-Democrat Dick Gephardt responded to George W. Bush's first-ever national radio address. Gephardt warned Americans that Bush's proposed $1.6 trillion tax cut over the next decade "threatens our prosperity and could return us to the big deficits of the 1980s."

OK .. I could go off on a tangent here and show you that the deficits of the 1980’s were entirely due to congressionally mandated spending increases, not tax cuts. But … naw! Let’s just concentrate on Gephardt for a minute.

The National Taxpayers Union keeps a close eye on members of Congress and their votes that would increase or decrease federal spending. They did a tally for Gephardt for the 105th Congress...and what did they find? They found that during that congressional session, Gephardt votes, taken together, would have had the effect of increasing government spending by a grand total of $162 billion per year. Do the math. Over ten years that counts up to $1.6 trillion.

No wonder Dick Gephardt is so dead-set against Bush's tax-cut proposal. He wants to protect the spending programs he voted for. He needs that money to buy votes. 





WHICH WOULD A RAPIST FEAR? A TELEPHONE OR A GUN?

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF “CITIZENS OF AMERICA?”

I think I like this group. I also think that this group is going to cause some bedwetting liberals to absolutely swallow their tongues. Here, from their web page and in their own words, is the purpose and goal of COA: 

COA is a non-profit organization with a single purpose. Every dollar received will go directly into COA's campaign to produce, distribute, and run extremely aggressive pro-firearm, pro-self-defense advertising that reaches ALL AMERICANS -- not just gun owners.

Thus far I’ve only seen the print ads, but they’re great. One shows a picture of a gun and a telephone. Then the question “If you were a rapist, which one would you be afraid of?”

Now … to see some of these ads I do hereby present you, the loyal Nuze readers, with the following link: http://www.citizensofamerica.org/





GOOD LITTLE GOVERNMENT CITIZENS

A few weeks ago for a Saturday special edition of "Good Morning America," ABC sent cameras went into third- and fourth-grade classrooms to see what advice the kids had for George W. Bush. The responses that made it to air:

"Get rid of guns." 
"Give" more federal money to schools. 
Tell companies to "stop cutting down the trees." 
Give the homeless "a second chance to go to college and get a diploma." 
"Just be nice to the Democrats" and "treat them like they're your friends." 

Charles Gibson wrapped up the segment--by recommending that the voting age be lowered to include third- and fourth-graders! He said those kids were "pretty well clued in."

Yes, they are, aren't they, Chuck? They're perfectly clued in to the social engineering your Democratic Party wants to achieve. They're the perfect little citizens of a future America--an America where no one has the right to self-defense, no parents have the right to take their child out of government schools, and environmentalists rule the roost. It's an America where everyone has a right to an education...and the Democrats are your friends.

May heaven help us when these liberal-indoctrinated children grow up to be our journalists and elected officials.

 

Neil Boortz is a syndicated talk show host based in Atlanta Georgia. You can visit his website at http://www.boortz.com.




A READER'S FOLLOW UP TO "BUSH GOING FOR MORE GOVERNMENT?"

The subject of this editorial hits pretty close to home with me. I have contemplated this subject a million times. Our government has to STOP making people dependent on them and ENABLE them to be self reliant. There are a lot of people out there that have a medical condition, or disability that prevent them from getting health insurance because of pre-existing conditions. So, in order for those people to have any type of insurance, they have to qualify for Medicaid. How do you qualify for Medicaid? You don't work....that's how! And you CAN'T work and qualify for it. Unless of course you have illegitamate kids and are a single mother. These mothers are also REWARDED for having more babies in the way of more money. Where is the fairness in that? You've got people that are willing to work but their limitations aren't because of life choices. There are people out there that could very possibly be able to do a meaningful job for an employer, but are bound by the very system that was designed to help them. 

As far as the American's with Disabilities Act goes, sure there are always going to be people that try to put a spin on anything and make it come out in their favor. It's the way of the slime. Change really DID need to occur in handicap accessability. I do believe that it could of been done at the state level with maybe some type of incentive to make changes instead of the beuracracy that has insued.

The computers at home deal seems kind of kooky to me. If George wants to help people like that....help them, but I don't think buying them a computer is the answer. If they want to work, they could stuff envelopes or do some type of phone support of some kind. There are a lot of jobs that a person with a disability could do that doesn't involve buying a computer for them. It seems to me that there are far more important issues that face the disabled worker than having a computer at home. 

I've enjoyed FightTheBias. Keep up the good work.

 

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