22 April 2004
Now you hear it, now you don't
The on-again-off-again nature of Air America Radio has suggested a plan of action to the Interested-Participant:
[It] might be just the vehicle to portray John Kerry with a consistent message on the campaign issues. If they can just synchronize their on-air times when Kerry speaks on only one side of an issue and then go off-the-air when he waffles and espouses a contrary position, the network would be reporting consistent policies from their candidate. This may help alleviate confusion in some voters' minds.
It may be time to check those control boards for an adequate supply of flip-flop devices.Posted at 7:56 PM to Overmodulation , Political Science Fiction