I say fine. Then every American in this country should agree with them and tell them so by telling them that nothing that they produce meets broadcast standards and therefore, we aren't watching.
I sincerely wish all Americans would boycott the three major networks. Maybe if we put these bastards out of business, someone who actually cares about this country will fill the void and not simply be propagandist for the secular humanist and the egalitarian socialists who have controlled this country through it's media for the past fifty years.
Two major broadcasters have refused to air an advertisement that urges Americans to protest the building of a mosque and Islamic cultural center just blocks from the ruins of the World Trade Center.
NBC and CBS refused to broadcast the 60-second ad, which is sponsored by the National Republican Trust, a conservative organization that promotes "American values" and supports candidates running for government positions.
The ad, titled "Kill the Ground Zero Mosque," has received more than 134,000 hits on YouTube as of Thursday afternoon. It contains graphic footage of the September 11 attacks, including a clip of one of the planes crashing into one of the Twin Towers and a man plunging to his death. It also captures images of Islamic militants.
The ad encourages Americans to join the fight to "kill the Ground Zero mosque."
"On September 11, they declared war against us and to celebrate that murder of 3,000 Americans, they want to build a monstrous thirteen-story mosque at ground zero," the narrator says. "Where we weep, they rejoice. That mosque is an monument to their victory and an invitation for war. A mosque at ground zero must not stand."
NBC Universal advertising standards manager Jennifer Riley said the use of the word "they" is open for misinterpretation.
"An ad questioning the wisdom of building a mosque at ground zero would meet our issues of public controversy advertising criteria," she wrote in a letter. "However, this ad, which ambiguously defines 'they' as referenced in the spot, makes it unclear as to whether the reference is to terrorists or to the Islamic religious organization that is sponsoring the building of the mosque. Consequently the ad is not acceptable under our guidelines for broadcast."
Although CBS did not issue an official statement, a spokesperson told The Washington Times that the ad "did not meet broadcast standards."