"Michael S. Lorrey" wrote:
> The problems that McCain had getting on the GOP primary ballot in New York
> barely made a ripple in the news, and that was the height of corrupt local
> machine politics. You think the networks are going to risk white house press
> accessibility for the sake of a party that can't get more than 2 million votes?
For the sake of the party? No. In order to attract bigger audiences by
airing "controversial" stores and showing "people in power doing bad
things"? Oh, yeah! (And that's the angle you'd have to pitch it to
them - at least their management - in order to get their attention.
You're right, they don't care one whit about you. Bigger audiences,
which mean more advertiser dollars, are their siren call.)
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