Bye, Pat Buchanan

Conservative commentator Pat Buchanan has been suspended indefinitely from MSNBC, according to a statement from that network’s President Phil Griffin. An Associated Press article on blames reaction to Buchanan’s latest book Suicide of a Superpower for his ouster from the cable network, as well as a campaign by the advocacy group, Color of Change.


MSNBC’s Griffin apparently believes, however, that Buchanan’s newest work has crossed a line. Suicide of a Superpower came out in October and features chapters with titles like “The End of White America” and “The Death of Christian America.”

via Pat Buchanan out indefinitely at MSNBC | The Raw Story.

Well… I don’t know how I feel about this…


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2 Replies to “Bye, Pat Buchanan”

  1. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
    From wiki, “George Wallace”, 1964 quote of Bob Jones Jr., as Bob Jones University gives him an honorary degree. Note coupling of constitutional liberty, religion, and (afraid to say it)…racism.
    Anyone that didn’t think that George Wallace wasn’t racist, please leave the room, or doesn’t know who George was…
    “Men who have fought for truth and righteousness have always been slandered, maligned, and misrepresented. The American Press in its attacks upon Governor Wallace has demonstrated that it is no longer free, American, or honest. But you, Mr. Governor, have demonstrated not only by the overwhelming victories in the recent elections in your own state of Alabama but also in the showing which you have made in states long dominated by cheap demagogues and selfish radicals that there is still in America love for freedom, hard common sense, and at least some hope for the preservation of our Constitutional liberties.”

  2. “Anyone that didn’t think that George Wallace wasn’t racist” …I think I got too many negatives in there….anyway, too early in the morning.

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