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April 19, 2007

On Imus

-- by Dave Johnson

The Enablers of Imus: A Study In Careerism,

It's hard to predict when you will be confronted with a moral test. The Imus controversy arrived suddenly and challenged the vital interests of the Washington press corps and political pantheon. In the end, they willfully overlooked Imus' bigotry, advocating forgiveness to protect their platform, their careers -- and their paychecks. For the enablers of Imus, it was never about freedom of expression, it was about themselves.

Posted by Dave Johnson at April 19, 2007 6:24 AM

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Not a single Imus enabler pictured was one of the insulted. No blacks there. No women there. No one whose ox was gored there, so fuckem.

Posted by: Scorpio [TypeKey Profile Page] at April 19, 2007 9:14 PM

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