From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age? #544505-00472

Submission Number:
544505-00472
Commenter:
Robert Shivers
State:
California
Initiative Name:
From Town Criers to Bloggers: How Will Journalism Survive the Internet Age?
It is hard for me to write this without using extreme language, suffice to say that you had better read the Bill of Rights and the Constitution and adhere to those American Rights, or the next President or Congress may take away your rights to survive. You may get your way once, but the next guy(s) in office could be worse than anything you have ever seen or thought about before, be careful what you wish for, as you may get exactly what you think you want. How absurd this sounds to me that journalists want to stifle any speech, as once we start down that slippery slope, it never gets better, just worse, that is why I am most Americans, like Voltaire state "I disagree with what you say, but will defend unto death your right to say it". Too bad you journalists (I really wanted to use a very descriptive adjective here) do not feel the same way. I hated Vietnam, but I went, I saw my friends suffer great and horrible things, and I swear by all that is Holy, I will take up arms again in defense of America, and this is not a threat, but a notice to you all who think just because we are old, we do not have the backbone to stand up for America. You can just kiss my Red, White and Blue Alpha, Alpha Sierra. Today on Good Morning America, they measured the voter dissatisfaction component for the June and pending November elections, the more you morons continue to do this stuff, the higher that dissatisfaction will become to a point where it explodes, and the first explosion may be right in your face. Your choice.