David Zucker campaign commercial
The always-enjoyable Instapunk has a post on YouTube's semi-censorship of the hilarious David Zucker campaign commercial (see link below). The page requiring that you subscribe to YouTube has apparently been removed.
As far as proposals to boycott YouTube over that and deletion of Michelle Malkin, etc., Instapunk remarks:
"I also have no problem at all with maintaining my purely symbolic boycotts of products I don't like or find helpful in any way. Boycotting the New York Times is a particular pleasure. Ditto with Detroit's giant gas-guzzling SUVs, lilke the Cadillac Escargot and the Lincoln Nasticator. I haven't decided about the Hummer yet. I mean, I know it's a fuel hog and all, but if I get the assault rifle I asked Santa for this Christmas, it would look super cool mounted on the dash of one of those leviathan Hummer truck things."
For a sample of why I say Instapunk is always enjoyable, try this post on the Foley page scandal, which begins: "Leave it to the Republicans to come up with the ultimate oxymoron, a boring sex scandal."