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KatyBR Donating Member (10 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Jan-21-11 10:16 PM
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43. "New bosses weren't going to be as tolerant..."
Commentary on Anderson 360. Comcast is a major player in the Republican Party - screamed at you when you saw the Republican Convention take place in Philadelphia. Keith's firing was a quid pro quo. There is no way that Comcast was going to put up with someone who so clearly exposed their party to be crooked, corrupt and anti-American. KO did not "leave" - he was fired. His tweets changed mid-air two hours ago. You don't give someone two days off without pay for contributing to political candidates when such a term is not in their contract,(and probably not legal if it was. The hit was part of the deal. And we are screwed unless someone starts a Petition like before. The FCC just approved the merger of Comcast and MSNBC. MSNBC knows the new bosses weren't going to be as tolerant...despite the heavy viewership, because believe you me, Comcast is a political animal.
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