Thursday, October 21, 2010

Nanny Public Radio (NPR) Fires Williams

NPR (Nanny Public Radio) has been itching to fire Juan Williams for years because Williams is a Fox News contributor.

Can't have THAT sort of person on their payroll, after all.

The Ninnies-in-Charge of Nanny finally got their excuse. Here's what Williams said:

"...when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous."

(Sorta like B. Hussein Obama's white-bread grandmother got nervous when she saw several young black men approaching on the street?)

Williams was guilty--if you call it that-- of being honest about his fears. He did not recommend his fears to others; in fact, his statement reveals his own self-doubt about having such fears.

In that, he followed to the "T" the dictum of Edward Murrow:

Everyone is a prisoner of his own experiences. No one can eliminate prejudices - just recognize them.

Williams honestly recognized his prejudice, honestly admitted to it, and got fired for it by Nanny Public Radio.

The Triumph of the Ninnies.


Tim Morrissey said...

....and was immediately hired by the Fair and Balanced network for $2 mil a year for 2 years.

As he said on Fox this morning, if NPR thinks its "jounalistic product" is so good, why don't they (get off the gummint tit) and sell ads on the street?

That woman running NPR is a real doozy, huh?

Dad29 said...

"Doozy" isn't the word that comes first to my mind...

Anonymous said...

Rhymes with itch or hunt, right? Nice one, Dad29. Subtle. I'm sure you'll repent on Sunday.