- Feb 24, 2009
One word. Absolutely!He was banned as an acceptable token sacrifice for Facebook to appear kinda of unbiased.
As for those somehow equating Facebook's actions as some sort of freedom of speech issue, just have them declared a public utility like the telephone, television, radio industry and bring back the Fairness Doctrine, problem solved.
The demise of this FCC rule has been considered by some to be a contributing factor for the rising level of party polarization in the United States.