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    FYI: Clear Channel Has No Political Agenda

    VISUAL COMMUNICATION: Nothing pisses off Clear Channel like free speech. Yeah, that's the company that had numerous stations ban the Dixie Chicks for speaking their mind. And then there were those Pro-War-Rallies (wtf is wrong with people?) called "Rally for America" funded directly by Clear Channel. What's the new big thought-crime that clear channel is out to squelch? This billboard, meant to be displayed in Times Square in New York during the RNC:

    So what does Clear Channel have to say for itself?

    "We have no political agenda," [president and chief executive of Clear Channel, Paul Meyer] said.

    Hmmmm, sure, buddy. Here's the New York Times article about the snafu. Ok, I'll try and lay off politics for a bit.

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