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Wednesday, September 01, 2010

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Rocket

It's too bad about Smiley. I like him as an interviewer and his show (his guests are allowed to answer questions in complete sentences instead of sound-bytes like other shows). I didn't know his views about Christianity so his comments are unfortunate but I'll still continue to watch his program. As for Cuomo, what did you expect from a member of the media? They are not exactly scholars.

Newark

NPR and PBS are especially attempting, through false witness and the 'poison pill' to destroy the culture that created what and who we are.

Jack

The obvious difference is that Islamic terrorists carry out their violent acts in the name of "Allah" and Islam. That is not the case with the degenerate young kids at Columbine. They were not killing people in the name of Jesus, but were inspired by violent films, video games, and unpopularity. That Smiley can't grasp this obvious difference is further proof that the American media and government just have no understanding of religion.

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