Q: Since I'm "insane", according to your national news group, I guess you don't want any crazy viewers like me. It hasn't been so long since news organizations actually reported the news, at least disguised their opinions and didn't attack their viewers. It's my opinion that as a Tea Party member, I have the right to an opinion without being denigrated by a national newsperson. In my opinion, it's unconscionable for a company that is "for profit" to allow its employees to disparage 18% of the population in the way your news organization has done. I'm assuming you don't want my business. If another company that I frequented disparaged me in the same way your company has, I would not go back.
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