This is just too good to pass up.. On WNYC 820 AM right now, the Brian Lehrer show is doing a segment which is audience driven. A wiki is open for suggestions and discussion among the audience and essentially being used to drive the broadcast.
This is part of Lehrer’s 30 issues in 30 days comparing the presidential candidates stance on various issues. One thing that I have learned is that McCain is against Network Neutrality and Obama is for legislation that protects the spirit of the internet. (I had no idea that this was an issue between them.)
McCain says this:
“Unless there is a clear-cut, unequivocal restraint of competition, the government should stay out of it,â€ McCain said. “These things will sort themselves out.â€
Kind of like the banking industry.. Let it sort itself out.. Great.. Ha!