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Politico Suspends Reporter for Racially-Charged, Anti-Romney Comments

Sentinel Wrote: Jun 22, 2012 10:44 PM
Williams was very correctly punished for this bit of stupidity. If we flipped the script and it was a Fox reporter making a racist comment, they would be invited to have dinner with Roger Ailes and likely receive a raise and/or promotion. I have to question the wisdom in quoting anything from Breitbart.com considering how thoroughly discredited the entire Breitbart organization has been over the last few years. Of course, considering that the crown jewel of the conservative media is Fox "News", the most biased media organization in existence, I guess in this context, the more biased and the less factual the btter
Sonny13 Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 9:37 PM
If the most biased media organization in existence bit you in the derriere, it's obvious you wouldn't have enough rational active brain cells to recognize it, if you would spend less time watching MSNBC and wallowing around in Obama's plantation pig slop, just maybe a rational thought might pass through that mass of socialist/communist mush between your ears, but I doubt it.
MudontheTires Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 11:29 AM
Doesa the word "projection" mean anythinbg to you Sentinal?

Your attempts to minimize this nonsense are pathetic you mindless prog.
Charles SWVA Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 8:26 AM
MSNBC is not spelled F-O-X, in spite of your wishes. ABC, NBC, CBS is not spelled F-O-X. Maybe a new keyboard will help but I'm not sure that is where the problem is.
Quix Wrote: Jun 23, 2012 12:49 AM
please name a single person on Fox News whos said anything racist and show how Ailes rewarded them.
Bigot is as Bigot does.

The journalistic infraction occurred on -- where else? -- MSNBC yesterday, when Politico "reporter" Joe Williams enthusiastically participated in Martin Bashir's daily orgy of anti-Romney commentary:
 


Incidentally, earlier in that very segment, Lefty David Corn dished out an unclever quip mocking Ann Romney's love of horses, which doubles as a therapy to combat the effects of her Multiple Sclerosis -- a subject that Neil Cavuto