Monday, November 16, 2009

Not Getting the Message

Chinese censors block Obama's call to free the Web

BEIJING – President Barack Obama prodded China about Internet censorship and free speech, but the message was not widely heard in China where his words were blocked online and shown on only one regional television channel.
Heh heh.

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Anonymous said...

Again (still?) we see the hypocracy of the SocDem leftists. Obama chides the Chinese for internet access and free speech restrictions . . but here in the good ol' US of A, conservative bloggers, radio talk shows, TEA Party people - are constantly slammed, berated, and vilified everytime they (we) do something, anything.

Hyprocacy, thy name is Liberal.

B Woodman

Chief Instructor said...

I laughed out loud when I first saw this.

This finger wagging is coming from the person who is doing his damnedest to shut down a TV news network, and "diversify" talk radio.

Pot, meet the kettle...

Weer'd Beard said...

He really isn't a bright man, is he?