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Corporations not only "people" but can dictate who is on the news?

By Remy Benoit

Apparently we are back to the Robber Baron days. Not only does the House not want us to have health insurance, it seems that the powers that be do not want to let Keith Olbermann have his voice. The funny thing is that truth always wins out and the more one tries to squelch it, the louder it sings.

From John Nichols, The Nation, at Reader Supported News MSNBC Drops Keith Olbermann, as Cable Network's Lineup Shifts.

Just to keep in mind the old adage: What goes around, comes around. Big corporations cannot exist without clients. We are those clients. Goodbye MSNBC! How much power should Comcast have?
You decided by what station you tune to.

To Keith-thanks for having the courage to speak out while so many remained silent.

To Speaker Boehner: The form you need to give up your Congressional Health Insurance.


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