Friday, January 4, 2013

FINALLY--A tiny fragment of encouraging news for Democracy--TIME WARNER DROPS CURRENT TV

     As reported on this blog yesterday, Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States of America and reportedly less than a handful of votes shy of claiming the Presidency in 2000, sold his two-bit television network--CURRENT TV--to a company, many in this country consider an enemy to our nation's existence
     Following news of the official sale, Time Warner Cable Company immediately announce it would Drops Current TV.
     According to a report at the Huffington Post, 
"Joel Hyatt, who co-founded Current TV with former Vice President Al Gore, told staff in a Wednesday night memo that Time Warner Cable 'did not consent to the sale to Al Jazeera.'
'Consequently, Current will no longer be carried on TWC,' Hyatt wrote. 'This is unfortunate, but I am confident that Al Jazeera America will earn significant additional carriage in the months and years ahead.'
A Time Warner Cable spokesman said in a statement that 'our agreement with Current will be terminated and we will no longer be carrying the channel."  
In this age of Obamaism's ME, ME, ME...what are the odds some of these others will follow Time Warner's BRAVE LEAD?
Direct TV, Dish Network, Top TV, Comcast, Verizon FIOS, AT&T U-verse, In-house (Washington) and most cable systems throughout the U-S. 

If your communications provider is listed here, contact them....and demand they follow Time Warner Cable's courageous lead, and end their relationship with this enemy of our nation!                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

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