Author Topic: Martin Bashir apologizes for dirty, disgusting slam at Sarah Palin Howard Kurtz By Howard Kurtz  (Read 931 times)

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Kurtz, get a clue.

You state Bashir's comments were , but can't figure out the same thing could be said about Sarah's?
She was alluding to a statement about indebtedness in the Bible, which, accept scripture or not, is also a literary work; and one of far more profound influence than the writings of some 18th century Jamaican slave overseer.

Why, back in the day when high schools used to actually educate students (not that long ago), many schools offered a course called "The Bible as Literature."

I guess Kurtz isn't educated enough to understand that, Cincinnatus.....
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Why, back in the day when high schools used to actually educate students (not that long ago), many schools offered a course called "The Bible as Literature."

I don't care who you are nor what or how many degrees you may have, you are not educated unless you have some working knowledge of the Bible. Its impact on Western history, art, literature, law, and all other facets of Western culture is that immense and that undeniable.
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Kurtz, get a clue.

You state Bashir's comments were , but can't figure out the same thing could be said about Sarah's?
She was alluding to a statement about indebtedness in the Bible, which, accept scripture or not, is also a literary work; and one of far more profound influence than the writings of some 18th century Jamaican slave overseer.

Even when they muster the will and find reasons to fault the left's attacks, journalists get it wrong.
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This "apology" was a liberal attack on women disguised as Bashir being humble.  Don Imus was fired for being far less vulgar using a term that is used every day in the black community.  As the article indicated MSNBC personnel have a history of demeaning white women and this is a shame for a liberal network which a "champion of women." If anyone thinks for one second Bashir would still be working if he had made that comment about Moochelle Obama, or any black woman, you belong with Michael Jackson in Neverland.  This was a blatant attack on a white women by MSNBC who must have known the statement was coming, as it was a prepared statement, and approved it anyway. :2gunz:
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Why, back in the day when high schools used to actually educate students (not that long ago), many schools offered a course called "The Bible as Literature."

I don't care who you are nor what or how many degrees you may have, you are not educated unless you have some working knowledge of the Bible. Its impact on Western history, art, literature, law, and all other facets of Western culture is that immense and that undeniable.

Absolutely.
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"Of all the dispositions and habits which lead to political prosperity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. In vain would that man claim tribute to patriotism who should labor to subvert these great pillars of human happiness -- these firmest props of the duties of men and citizens. . . . reason and experience both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principles."
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