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"A Little Bird Told Me"-By Margaret Grey

Santa Monica--In what many in this and other media drenched towns will long remember as a red-letter day, Rick Sanchez said something interesting and was fired for it. Sanchez, appearing on some horseshit radio show said, and this is a Margaret Grey Exclusive, that saying  Jews were an oppressed minority was pretty funny.  It had been reported that Sanchez was fired for saying Jon Stewart was a bigot. We have just received word that that's bullshit. Jon Stewart is a bigot. No, he was fired for saying Jews were running all over CNN and were about as opppressed as the Kennedy family. I mean he didn't say exactly that but it was close.

Margaret Grey came on praising a New York City elementary school teacher who admitted in a September 7th blog that she had worked as a prostitute. It takes a certain kind of tough woman to do that in the name of supporting herself so she can be a teacher some day. Not a bad role model for other young women, said Margaret. When Phil asked her how she'd feel about a life like that for any daughter of hers Margaret told him "Well of course that wouldn't be for my daughter. I can't have that given the time I spend exposed in the media. But for other women's daughters I think it's a great opportunity. The next hour it was Professor Emory Clayton who told Phil it's racist for a white man to hang a black effigy from his tree on halloween but it's not for a black man to hang a white one. The reason? All ghouls and goblins are white. "Dracula was a white man," says Professor Clayton.

Decision 2010

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