I think the American electorate (other than the die-hard Bush fanatics) are bored and tired of the Swift boat vets and Kerry's purple hearts.
Its interesting that the Swifties come out once again once the polls show a dead heat.
If anything, Sinclair's ownership of media stations shows the danger of relaxation of media-ownership statutes over the years. And for those who trot out the usual Michael moore comparison, there is a big difference between a pro-active action by the consumer in going to a movie theater and paying money to see a Moore film in a theater where any anti-Kerry film can be screened, than censorship and blatant promotion of a single political candidate on Television where the delivery is controlled by one partisan individual.
Of course, the poor sods who are at the receiving end of this drivel can always do what anyone else can. Turn the TV
off, or switch to baseball.
Atheism is Myth Understood.