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Wednesday, March 16, 2005

This is the funniest thing I've read in weeks...

C-Span has stayed true to its insane ethical code. Via LGF:

C-SPAN wanted Holocaust scholar Deborah Lipstadt to appear on their program BookTV to promote her new book History on Trial: My Day in Court with David Irving, but they were concerned about fairness and balance.

Their idea of “balance” was to give the cretinous Holocaust denier David Irving equal time.

Wow. This is what happens when institutions refuse to admit they have a point of view. Once you give up your identity, once you refuse to aggresively make a moral choice, moral choices are passively thrust upon you. Or does C-Span really believe the whole Holocaust thing is just another clever Jew ruse?
Anyway, I can't wait for the following C-Span book reviews:
Slavery- An alternative to high unemployment?
Pedophilia- What if that little boy really wanted it, though?
Necrophilia- The dead don't mind the rubbery feeling of a condom.
Incest- Is best?
Genocide - Is it always the wrong side?


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