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Farewell to Hollywood's Favorite Bureaucrat

OldTimer Wrote: Apr 05, 2013 8:50 AM
It has become rather clear that under this Administration's leadership (?), when it comes to 'egregious' or 'not allowed' anything 'bad', it only applies to those who are not liberal/progressive politicians/ voters/contributors/supporters/darlings/lemmings. Sort of like blaming the 'egregious' basket because Mr. Obama didn't score more points.
Now that it's almost departure time for Julius Genachowski, Obama's first chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, The Hill newspaper has noted one important sign of his priorities. In his four years at the helm, the FCC hasn't issued one fine to Hollywood for indecent content on broadcast television. Now there's a legacy.

Hollywood sends its gratitude, Mr. Chairman, for an absolutely perfect record of inaction. Who says that in Obama's America, your campaign contributions can't buy regulatory paralysis in Washington when needed?

Few media outlets noticed. Communications Daily described Genachowski's perfect zero as a "restrained approach." He wasn't restrained. He was...