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Fox's Goal: To Silence Half the Voices in the United States

Reported by Melanie - March 21, 2006

Today (March 21, 2006) on Your World, Neil Cavuto hosted musicians Donnie and Clint Van Zant. Cavuto prefaced the segment with a blurb about Susan Sarandon's appearance at a New York City concert last night. The concert was called "Bring 'Em Home Now!" and was, as Cavuto made sure to point out, also attended by Cindy Sheehan (whom Fox has painted not as a mom who wonders what her son died for, but as Bush-hater #1 (Sarandon is roughly #4, behind George Soros and MoveOn.org). Cavuto spoke briefly about Sarandon and the event while Fox aired a chyron that read, "Stars Align Against the War and President Bush." In a promo before the segment, a graphic showed a picture of Sarandon over the caption: "Anti-Bush."

At the end of Cavuto's rant about the despicable Sarandon and her ilk, he wondered what good 'ol country boys are to do when they're linked, through their profession, to the hateful, anti-American, Hollywood left. The answer: "Well, if you're my next two guests, you just keep speaking your mind." And, with that, the Van Zants were introduced and "spoke their mind."

During the roughly three minute segment, over a chyron that read, "Music Stars Who are For the President and the War," the Van Zants said such things as: Clint: "I support our President" and, "This is a great country." Donnie: We need to do whatever we need to do to "get the job done."

Comment: As is the case with the "Republican" extremists who dominate our society right now - Fox being one of the most prominent voices - only those who agree with George Bush and his policies are permitted - in fact, encouraged! - to "keep speaking" their mind. Those who disagree must be dominated, intimidated, and/or frightened into silence.

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