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10 January, 2012

The Death of a Station...

I just read an article from Media Matters that had me rolling on the floor laughing!
Headline:   MSNBC Suspends Pat Buchanan.

What??? They are going to risk loosing the last 12 viewers the have left??? I admit that I do occasionally watch MSNBC, but only when I need a good laugh and someone to poke fun at. 

Apparently he must have hurt their  "widdle wiberal feewings" (which, as we know, replaces their brains) with his new book, Suicide of a Superpower: Will America survive 2025?

 I haven't read the book yet, but according to the article he said mean things like we shouldn't have to press 1 for English, or give illegal immigrants special rights, or that America is turning into a moral cesspool. While I don't always agree with everything he says, he is right on the money when he talks about the decline of this nation and the reasons behind it. 

I think it would be great if MSNBC did cut Buchanan loose. Great for him especially. I'll read the book and let you know how I liked it. ti

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