Calling for a violent revolt

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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


    They did not call for violent revolution you idiot.
     
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    Yes, he did:

     
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    Ratigan thinks he was advocating violent revolution.

     
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    He is predicting not calling for it you fool.


    Now why did you lie?
     
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    Wrong:

     
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    Radioman, this is irresponsible and stupid, but it's almost SSDD. MSNBC seems to house the far-left fear mongers just as Faux News houses the far-right. Seems to me, there's an appetite for responsible, accurate journalism and the channel that decides to meet it will likely come out ahead.

    I dun watch MSNBC except for their true crime coverage; I am so fed up over the Keith Olbermann "I want an apology because I am so popular I can break my word without consequences" debacle that I am inches away from never watching the channel again, for anything.

    Fundies of all stripes should be rejected by the public and by their corporate masters and sponsors. You claim the world is ending? Get a sign and picket, like people used to -- dun be calling yourself a "journalist".


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    Intellectual honesty just ain't your bag, is it TM?
     
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    Fox news sucks.

    MSNBC sucks.

    I just find it funny that someone will rant and rave against one, and defend to the cyber death the other.
     
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