For those few people out there who watched Channel 2’s response to this GOP Advertisement, you might think that the LAGOP’s ad misleads, is unethical, and is in violation of fair use. At least that’s the impression that I got when I saw it. Like you, I’d rather watch WAFB so I missed the live version, but fortunately it’s up on 2theadvocate.com where they incompetently defended what basically ended up as a free advertisement for Don “Couillon” Cazayoux.
What 2theAdvocate needs to do is issue a public apology to the Louisiana Republican Party for falsely accusing them of unethical usage when indeed they were within the guideliness, and for falsely accusing them of misleading (lying) when indeed Don Cazayoux has been blocking passage of oil drilling and 2theAdvocate continues to ignore it.
Not surprisingly, the Louisiana Jackasses issued a statement rushing to the defense of their cohorts in the news media, praising them for standing up for their right to blah blah blah, who cares what the Democrat’s think? Before they turned on their computers and issued statements, perhaps they should have checked with the trial lawyer that is known as Don “Couillon” Cazayoux. You see, the Advocate neither explains how they were fair and balanced in their interview with Don “Couillon” Cazayoux, nor do they disprove anything in the GOP advertisement.
In other words, this is the third time in as many weeks that Channel 2 and their parent company The Advocate has published a pro Cazayoux piece and has refused to address why Don Cazayoux continues to block passage of domestic production of oil.
These actions by 2theAdvocate.com reminds me of a quote by Thomas Jefferson “The man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but newspapers.” Perhaps it’s time we sent WBRZ and the Advocate a message, perhaps it’s time to send the advocate and WBRZ a note saying, we can no longer afford to subscribe/watch the 2theAdvocate because my gas bill is too high. Maybe their sponsors ought to say, I can no longer afford to advertise, gas prices are too high. Maybe then, these news outlets would start holding Don “Couillon” Cazayouz responsible for blocking domestic oil production.