Its a good thing
On May 2, 10:08 am, NoEinstein <noeinst...@bellsouth.net> wrote:
> Last week at the White House Correspondents Dinner in Washington,
> 'humorist' Seth Meyers delivered a stream of put-downs of those
> unfortunate enough to be a subject of the liberal media. The people
> doing the most laughing were the most liberal ones in the large group—
> that included self-appointed… 'celebrities' who were somehow 'lucky
> enough' to get a ticket.
> The person doing the least laughing at that bash was a possible
> candidate for President, Donald Trump. I immediately wondered why
> Trump would go to such a "roast", when it was so obvious that Barack
> Obama would likely orchestrate the event so as to make issues like his
> bogus birth certificate seem to be light, enjoyable humor in the look-
> the-other-way-to-crime culture of the corrupt Washington
> If Donald Trump didn't already know that our two-party political
> system is off-its-kilter, he should surely realize, now, the
> inexcusable leverage the media has in determining who our elected
> officials can be. I've characterized this country's problems as being
> the approximate equal responsibility of: the media, government, and
> our screwed-up public education system from start to finish. Of those
> three, correcting our media will be the most difficult. It will
> likely involve closing down 90% of all media outlets once they violate
> even one on the provisions in my New Constitution:
> "Representatives shall not intentionally communicate with any news
> medium whose coverage area is predominately outside of their home
> district. Nor shall they, or any government official, cultivate a
> media personae, or make petty public speeches, introductions or
> comments lauding any person, living or dead, nor any civil or private
> projects or those responsible. Comments to media by representatives
> or government employees shall be germane to pending legislation, or to
> the exercise of their jobs. The media shall not solicit public
> officials' opinions over those of the People."
> "Other than the President or his agents, no person, news medium,
> organization, group, their envoys, or any lobby, within government or
> without, shall be allowed to contact representatives while such are in
> "Representatives shall not be polled concerning issues up for a vote,
> nor shall Citizens be polled prior to any election on their support
> for any candidate, amendment, or referendum item. It shall be a
> felony to take, or to disseminate, the results of any such poll."
> "No release of projected election or referenda results shall be made
> until all polls have been closed one hour."
> "It shall be a felony for any government official, celebrity or media
> idol—past or present—to publicly endorse or campaign on behalf of any
> candidate for public office or job."
> "English, that is grammatically written and correctly spoken, is the
> official language of the USA and shall be the model for every medium
> and every public discourse."
> "No law nor private or civil action shall abridge: the freedom of
> speech; the freedom of a fair and pro-democracy press or other medium;
> the right of People to peaceably assemble; and the right of any
> Citizen or group to petition government or any of its branches or
> departments for redress of grievances."
> "Freedom of the press or other medium mandates that there be
> reasonable truthfulness in reporting. Wanton distortion of the truth,
> or deliberate omission of the truth—except in cases of obvious fiction
> or satire—is prohibited. Stating or implying that a particular news
> medium has a collective voice (we) or position on any issue is
> prohibited, as for example via: anonymous editorials; regularly
> occurring accompanying comments; commentary programs financed by, or
> ideologically screened by, the same news medium; editorials named as
> being authored by management; editorial comments by others that are in
> any way ideologically censored, omitted or screened; or by comments
> occurring at specific times or designated locations that most would
> come to associate with the management of such medium, even if such are
> innocuous. No medium shall be a forum for promoting the ideology of
> its management or owners, nor shall they employ anyone who uses such
> job to hawk their personal political preferences—at risk of loss of
> license or closure of the business. Flagrantly editing news to
> promote the ideology of management is a felony. No medium shall
> analyze, assess, summarize, or make subjective judgments about any
> pending election or referendum. Nor shall they invite others outside
> of the media to do so. But factual, thorough coverage of the
> candidates or referenda issues—on an as occurs basis—is allowed,
> provided there are no comments, nor actions, as above, and provided
> the same unbiased coverage is given to all of the candidates or to all
> of the referenda issues. It shall be a 10 year felony to repress
> truthful news reporting in any medium by threatening legal action. No
> medium can be sued for libel for presenting material authored by
> others, but if a person is harmed by the medium's content, they shall
> be allowed to reply—without editing—in that medium. Each medium shall
> respond to breaking news without considering the response of any other
> medium. Injuries due to improper news coverage or non coverage shall
> not be excused by the media response. A medium reporting on
> government shall do so thoroughly, objectively, and with detachment—
> being neither laudatory nor critical by form, and not repressing
> thoughtful dissent nor its coverage. Every medium shall favor the
> truth over supposition, without parity nor bias. False or deceptive
> commercial advertising is prohibited. Deliberate use by any
> candidate, their staffs or election committees, of false or deceptive
> campaign speeches, slogans, advertisements, humor, or innuendo is a
> felony. No organization, nor part of the media, nor any special
> interest group(s) shall in any way endorse a slate of candidates for
> public office; flagrant violation is a felony. No medium shall
> display active public records without the free consent of the apt
> Any "serious" candidate for President should be smart enough to
> realize that the elitist media has no constitutional right to have an
> influence on the outcome of an election that is greater than the per
> capita votes of those employed in the media. In short, ALL political
> commentary regarding pending elections or referenda shall be stopped!
> Never more shall any candidate, or possible candidate, for public
> office be the subject of inconsiderate humor or innuendo. And when a
> cad like Britt Hume expresses his personal opinion that… 'Donald Trump
> has no chance of becoming President', Hume would be immediately fired,
> or Fox News would be permanently closed down for not being in the best
> interest of the people.
> When Donald Trump looks with disfavor on what is going on in our…
> fucking government, there might be a GLIMMER of hope that the "Empty
> Ritual" in politics, and elsewhere in the world, will finally be
> experiencing the "Wring-the-neck" that has been so long overdue.
> Respectfully submitted,
> — John A. Armistead — Patriot
> AKA NoEinstein on Google's sci.physics news group.
> Those who are interested are invited to read my book: "The Shortest
> Distance; Harmony Through Prosperity" available at Amazon, and Barnes
> and Noble.
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