National Progressive Radio
True colors of extremism. Purveyors of anti-free speech. Political Correctness Police. This is National Public Progressive Radio. Yes, these are the people that call us, extreme.
Juan Williams was fired yesterday for speaking his mind, and he was fired for it. This news is the conversation Du Jour. NPR cannot see past the veil of political correctness. Here’s what Juan said:
For his honest feelings, Juan Williams was fired from NPR. Honest opinions are apparently unwelcome at NPR. Juan Williams is a liberal reporter, but he is no bigot. I disagree with Juan almost always, but I’ve always respected his opinion. Juan is perhaps the only liberal journalist, that is a real journalist. Unlike the wannabe’s at NPR.
What about you NPR people besmirching, insulting, and speaking the most hateful language against anyone that doesn’t agree with your views. Discourse in journalism is further destroyed by your Ted Kennedy’esque shrill excuse to punish a good reporter, for speaking his mind. Does NPR expect any respect after this display of pure hatred?
Then, to make matters worse, the CEO of NPR makes a insulting comment saying; “whatever Juan says is between him and his Phychiatrist”. OK, she apologized for that remark, but this is NPR’s culture, their mindset, the liberal intolerance of free thought. Never mind NPR’s anti-Christian stand.
I hope Congress removes my tax dollars from this HATE GROUP, NPR. Why don’t you call yourselves Radio Smear. There’s absolutely no need for a government funded radio station anymore, particularly one with a openly Unconstitutional view of free speech, that’s being paid for by my tax dollars.
I listened to NPR, and mainly tolerated its open skew of news, because here, there is no other radio news outlet to listen to. If you can really associate NPR with values and standards. Now, its the NPR’s whore’s begging for money cycle, I hope people will not give to a obvious hate group. They wouldn’t survive with out our 2% funding.
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