Could the “Fairness Doctrine” be applied government web sites?

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AnotherSham.govGeorge Neumayr – The American Spectator
That Joe Biden the other day didn’t even know the name of captures the essential tackiness and fraudulence of the website. His blarney was punctured by an unwitting and obscure morning anchor, who asked him innocently: “By the way, do you know the name of the website?” He didn’t.“Your Money at Work,” the slapped-together site announces, before serving up a dreary menu of slipshod, third-rate populism. “Share your Recovery Story. Tell us how the Recovery Act is affecting you. What’s working? What isn’t? We want to hear from you.”So Americans now enjoy the privilege of tracking tyranny online, then cobbling together a feckless e-mail to complain about it. “Transparency” means robbing hapless taxpayers in clear sight.
Gee … will the “comments” section require administrative approval before being posted?
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