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Wednesday, March 29, 2006

CTV's Tom Clark interviews President Bush


Posted by Russ Kuykendall on March 29, 2006 | Permalink


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Imagine if the CBC interviewed him. Yikes.

Posted by: Scott | 2006-03-29 10:36:07 AM

The administration would never allow the CBC to interview Bush. They are well aware of the CBC and the poison it spits out to Canadians on a nightly basis. Let them go and interview Chavez. They would have a better time!

Posted by: Conservative Crusader | 2006-03-29 12:26:17 PM

Disband the CBC now!! Don't privatize! Fire the staff, then tear down the buildings and incinerate the rubble. No physical trace of that monstrosity is to remain on this planet.

Posted by: Scott | 2006-03-29 12:36:22 PM

You have got to be kidding me. What is with this CBC and poison? Western Standard readers love to talk about Freedom of Speech. I guess as long as it is Conservative speech it is ok.

I'm pretty sure the CBC would be allowed to interview a Democrat President.

There is always more than one way to view facts. Privatizing CBC is not a good idea. There needs to be variety of opinion.

Further, the CBC provides service to Canadians where it may not be profitable for another agency to broadcast.

Where are the lies? I can tell you that many stories would not even be covered and the public wouldn't be aware of as much.

I like the idea of being able to see news from different viewpoints.

Posted by: William McCullough | 2006-03-29 4:18:31 PM

A private broadcaster is just as capable of diversity in opinion as any alternative. The US market is ample proof of that. The CBC is a colossal waste of taxpayers dollars used to subsidize the privilege of an elite. For the good of democracy, human rights and equality, it must be ended permanently.

Posted by: Scott | 2006-03-29 6:25:52 PM

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