I'm watching msnbc (nothing else is on) and a NY Times journalist Linda Greenhouse is being punished for stating her opinions on bush and the war. The thing that makes me sick is everybody is talking about how the news station has a policy about writing against the war. Should she be repremanded? I know this is a bit of a controversial subject. What are your opinions on being able to write what you think?
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What did she write? Did she apply her view trough an informative article or did she simply bash or the sake of bashing?
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It's all in context. Many times quotes are blown out of porportion, or belittled by not taking it in context.
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Was it slander?
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