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I love how people get so scandalized by these "undercover stings." Is it really a surprise that there is somebody retarded in any big organization? Then people go and judge a whole organization by the one moron.For example, I assume you have no ethics at all, because you are a doctor, and so are the folks passing out notes in Wisconsin.It's both GOP and Dems who do it. Even people (like you) who claim to have some grasp on logic. Craziness.Anyway, no surprise you like Prairie Home Companion. Geritol and PHC. Goes down smooth.
It does speak to the claim of many of NPR's supporters that it's unbiased.By the way, you sound a lot like a cyber friend of mine who's a doc in Virginia.
http://www.facebook.com/#!/note.php?note_id=495287553767Cutting funding to NPR while ignoring what our funds are currently being funneled to... is completely ludicrous. I appreciate the sentiments of the Anonymous poster because it seems that all you did by suggesting THIS reason to cut funding to NPR is prove that evangelical Christians are just a little bit like what that fella stated in his interview.
Ok, too much. Looking over the last several posts, it's all politics. And this isn't even medical politics. I love medicine. I have no interest in your personal politics. Why does every feel like they need to share their views with the world? Oh well.It's your blog, do as you like, but this isn't what I came here for. I'm outta here. Thanks for the memories.
Allison,Look, doc. For the umteenth time you say you don't like politics on my blog. I get that, I really do. Don't take it personally. Honest, I'm not trying to yank your chain. Been posting political stuff long before you graced these pages.Thanks for allowing me to post what I wish, all the same.
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