Ya win some, ya lose some.
But this time, we all lose big time.
The Nevada Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that MSNBC is not required to include candidate Dennis Kucinich in its scheduled Democratic presidential debate. (...) NBC had argued that it had a right, as a privately owned network, to determine whom to invite to the debate.
Froggers, for those of you who don't believe the press is fighting to anoint our Presidential candidates, read on.
MSNBC news correspondent Kevin Corke:
“We were expecting to have the three major candidates. Why? Well quite frankly, because those are the probable candidates. That pool is the most viable pool. And truthfully, most people want to hear what Hillary Clinton and John Edwards and Barack Obama have to say. After all, those are probably the three they’re going to be picking from.”
"They're" meaning Us Voters.
Now the press is reading our minds, telling us what we probably think.
What a country.
Read what America is saying over at Top of the Ticket.
Let the Man Speak.
"When 'big media' exert their unbridled control over what Americans can see, hear and read, then the constitutional power and right of the citizens to vote is being vetoed by multibillion corporations that want the votes to go their way."
--The Kucinich Campaign