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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

That damned Journalism School

What's Mallard raving about today?

Reverend Al Sharpton, Journalism school.

Mallard apparently wants to play the moral relativism game in defense of Don Imus and is using as ammunition incidents from 1987 and 1991 involving Reverend Al Sharpton.

Shall we examine the statements of Rush Limbaugh since 1991 for any hint of racism? I wonder if we can find more than two incidents in that time?

How about Bill O'Reilly? Ann Coulter? Glenn Beck? Michael Savage?

4 comments:

Truce Binsley said...

"If you'd gone to journalism school" is one of Tinsley's favorite punchlines.

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He likes it so much he even has a non-journalist like Al Sharpton say it.

txjammer said...

Isn't Imus over.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram moved Mallard and Doonesbury to the Editorial page. That just seems to give is some (undeserved) legitimacy.

Kaitlyn said...

Truce, more evidence that he's lazy.

It makes less sense than usual, a hard thing to do.

He never even saw a journalism school - I think they teach you how to write coherently and make sense...


Txjammer - as long as I've been reading the editorial page of the CA, DB and MF have been there. The Boondocks eventually got moved there because it was offensive and won't someone please think of the children?

Mysterio said...

Does Sharpton really refer to himself in third person like that?