Daily Commentary – Monday, October 25th, 2010 – NPR Controversy

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Posted October 25, 2010 by
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    3 Responses to “Daily Commentary – Monday, October 25th, 2010 – NPR Controversy”

    1. Greg the Mongoose on October 25th, 2010 2:19 pm

      This story has been made into a major news story for Foxnews to promote Juan on their shows. Working for two news media outlets is a conflict of interest in my mind. Example, Katie Couric giving commentary on another network. Iam sure Juian is crying all the way to the bank. Geraldo looks depressed. He is going to be axed soon and replaced by Juan on the weekends.

    2. Dawg1948 on October 26th, 2010 6:45 am

      This is one mongoose that lost to the cobra. He only has seconds to live and one can see the vile spilling from his dying mouth as if it will save him to ignore the truth. The truth is simple mongoose the snake has killed you, and Juan was villified and cast aside by NPR which has no right to our tax dollars if they are not opened to all opinions.

    3. NGBoston on October 26th, 2010 8:11 pm

      From the French Revolution to NPR, the message of the political left has consistently been: Agree with us – or else.

      FBI confirmed NPR even got a bomb threat today, however. Interesting.

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