Once again the Broadcast Networks are proving that they are in the tank for the Democratic Party. They were due to start running ads for the book, “The Audacity of Deceit: Barack Obama’s War on American Values,” by Brad O’Leary. The book takes Obama’s own words to warn us all about “scary” life will be under an Barack Obama administration.

Those same networks are running commercials for “W” Oliver Stone’s fictionalized movie about the administration of George Bush.

I guess the network standards are that using a candidates own words against himself is not allowed, but a fictional politicized story about a sitting President is absolutely fine. Read more about the shame of the networks below:

ABC, NBC and CBS want to keep Obama’s secrets
Author: ‘Why would networks deny viewers the facts?’

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Major broadcast networks ABC, NBC and CBS have decided to help Barack Obama hide his real agenda by refusing to accept advertisements for “The Audacity of Deceit: Barack Obama’s War on American Values,” claims the new book’s author, media expert Brad O’Leary. These same networks, as well as Time-Warner, CW and Fox, which also declined ads for the book, however, will be running ads for “W,” the new Oliver Stone movie with a highly charged political agenda, O’Leary noted. “There are two possibilities,” said O’Leary, a veteran political consultant, radio talk host and TV producer. “Either the mainstream media are trying to completely shut out messages critical of Obama, or they are afraid of legal action.” He explained the Obama campaign’s opposition to the book’s message includes a commitment to cite stations’ “responsibility” under their licensing procedures should they air ads for the book. The ads are simple and have been posted online. The first shows pictures of former presidents Bill Clinton and Ronald Reagan and asks if Obama would raise taxes above the threshold during those two administrations, something to which 75 percent of Americans are opposed, as O’Leary’s book documents. The second ad shows images of domestic terrorist William Ayers and questions Obama’s relationship with him, another topic covered extensively in the book. The ads also can be viewed here: O’Leary said the facts in “The Audacity of Deceit” are documented by Obama’s speeches as well as his votes, both as an Illinois state senator and during his time in the U.S. Senate. Since the book was released Sept. 9, it has not received one written criticism by Obama or his campaign. This is most likely because the book merely raises a healthy debate on what Obama’s stated positions on the top issues would mean for Americans, should he be elected president, O’Leary’s statement said. The book also shows where a majority of Americans stand on those issues. Although other newspapers and magazines, including Forbes, USA Today and Investor’s Business Daily, decided to run print ads for “The Audacity of Deceit,” O’Leary notes that magazine giants Fortune and Money rejected the same ads. Those ads also have been posted online and can be viewed at BarackObamatest.com. In addition, the statement noted, “RealClearPolitics.com recently pulled banner ads for the book from its website, citing negative feedback from Obama supporters as the reason why.”

A print ad rejected by Fortune and Money

“Rather than buckle to the Obama campaign’s intimidation tactics, these publications seemingly hold the free speech rights of publishers and authors to a higher standard,” the statement said. As a result of this censorship, says O’Leary, millions of readers and TV viewers will be denied important facts before the presidential election. “All we’re asking is for the networks and the print publications to answer why they’re denying their readers and viewers facts about Obama before they pull the lever,” said O’Leary. “Apparently, these media giants are only comfortable giving viewers and readers the facts as they interpret them, or not at all.” “The Audacity of Deceit” is available online and at major bookstores including Barnes & Noble and Borders. It is published by WND Books, the publishing division of WorldNetDaily.com, the Internet’s leading independent news site. The book claims that while Obama speaks frequently of “change,” his brand of change is a hostile attack on the Judeo-Christian values and freedoms most Americans hold dear. Specifically, the book describes how Obama:

  • Blocked emergency medical aid for babies who survived abortion.
  • Plans to ban the use of firearms by law-abiding citizens – even for self-defense.
  • Was abandoned by his bigamist father and raised in a Muslim society – and how this influences his values.
  • Would raise tax rates to a Hoover-like 60 percent.
  • Will transform the U.S. Treasury into the United Nations’ ATM.
  • Wants fuel prices high and farmland taken out of production.
  • Will grant federal medical insurance to 12 million illegal aliens and increase emergency room costs alone by $15.4 billion annually.
  • Would transfer child-rearing from parents to the federal government with his secular “0 to 5” program.

The book also spotlights exclusive polling results that reveal the 30 percent of Americans who pay no taxes, what they believe and who they are planning to vote for. Obama’s goal? According to “The Audacity of Deceit,” it is to replace the Judeo-Christian values that gave birth to the “land of the free” with failed radical leftist beliefs and policies. O’Leary is the former president of the American Association of Political Consultants, the author of 11 books, a former talk radio host with millions of listeners and the award-winning television producer of “Ronald Reagan: An American President.” “Obama has written multiple books and no major legislation, but that’s not a coincidence,” says O’Leary. “He’s tried to hide his true beliefs from the American people behind soaring oratory promising ‘hope’ and ‘change,’ but that’s just a smokescreen, and one that’s been very effective. Until now.”