Carlson finely finds Grace in responding to Tessa Byrd, but I still feel a need to call him out because he monopolized the blog by pasting the same response by others from old postings as if he is responding to someone other than himself:
Reply by Steve Carlson on October 22, 2010 at 8:41am
“….I am a person who wrote the Cultural Pluralism requirement for the College of Liberal Arts at the University of Minnesota, so I want scholarship and knowledge and intellectual inquiry and debate on black America, Asian America, Chicano America, Hispanic America, American Indian America. But what we have is still--silence, and ignorance, and little, if any knowledge base…”
Hahahahahahahahahahahaha What is HIS knowledge base?? This Carlson NEVER GIVES A FOOTNOTE ON ANYTHING HE WRITES!!!! Not even the beatitude! He even brags about his resources being the Internet and Wikipedia!
Then he laments, “…I find NPR sickening in the first place and never listen, because I can get all the information I want on the internet…I don't recall seeing any informative NPR cases lately.”
If Carlson never listens to NPR of course he doesn’t recall *seeing* anything informative on the Radio!
Carlson hits bottom, “…the brain-dead leftist elitists at NPR..." Isn't this name calling?? He rambles on "…NPR runs counter to American values and NPR should not be a part of the government. There's no reason for it now, we have plenty of news outlets…"
Yeah, plenty of news outlets owned by a few. Now who is HE trying to silence? Everyone on this blog as well as NPR.
Carlson then speculates, "I hope we'll see some understanding of what Fox News is actually trying to do…Maybe the Obama people are taking it out on Fox News through their little government liberal mouthpiece NPR. And by the way, this is why Obama is being weakened in these elections. The man is all about carrying the water for Harry Reid…”
Doesn't this sound racist to anyone else? Calling the President the "water boy" for Harry Reid?