Jerry Brown has quite a resume: Jesuit seminary drop-out. Former California governor. Current California attorney general. World traveler. Lunatic.
During an interview last week, radio host Michael Savage brought up the Fairness Doctrine and observed that Brown sounded as if he favored state control over the media.
“Well,” Brown said, “a little state control wouldn’t hurt anybody.”
“If you have no views of one side, like in certain campaigns if somebody is attacking you, there’s got to be some room for the other side,” Brown continued. “It’s an attempt to balance, not to censor.”
This is why Jerry had to drop out of the Catholic seminary. He thought the Scientologists and Druids should have equal time every Sunday.