NPR fires news analyst Juan Williams ...

NPR fires news analyst Juan Williams for telling Fox that Muslims on planes make him nervous

There are 5 comments on the Fox 8 WGHP story from Oct 21, 2010, titled NPR fires news analyst Juan Williams for telling Fox that Muslims on planes make him nervous. In it, Fox 8 WGHP reports that:

NPR has fired longtime news analyst Juan Williams, also a commentator on the Fox News Channel, after he told Bill O'Reilly that he gets nervous when he sees people in Muslim garb on an airplane.

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oh yea

Lexington, NC

#1 Oct 21, 2010
what the hell. He`s not sllowed to speak. this is Bull Shtt.

Fremont, CA

#2 Oct 22, 2010
Speaking truthfully about one's fears and beliefs shouldn't be squelched just because someone may be offended by it. My outspokenness about being proud to be an atheist angers people who want me to say I believe in their god just to confirm their own beliefs. I also believe Israel's ruthless invasion and theft of Palestinian property is exactly what their Bronze Age barbaric ancestors did to the Palestinian ancestors. I have a right to express my opinions if I believe in them. So does Juan Williams.

Dallas, TX

#3 Oct 22, 2010
"Opinions are like a**holes. Everyone has one"
To some peeps, someone else's a**hole err opinion may stink. Or they may find it bloody revolting. All the while, the person with the a**hole...err...opinion may think their own smells a whole lot sweeter than everyone else's when everyone thinks otherwise. Then when that person catches a whiff of another person's opinion, it reeks just as bad to them.
Peeps just don't fathom that their own opinions stink just as bad as another person's.

P.S. Always wipe really good, bathe regularly and change your underwear everyday

Greensboro, NC

#4 Oct 22, 2010
The skit Saturday Night Live does of NPR is basically all they really are these days. In the same circumstance, everybody deep down would feel the exact way Juan described he felt.
The irony is that they're too afraid to say that they are too afraid!!! I'm not. They scare me and I want them to go away.

West Jordan, UT

#6 Oct 23, 2010
I thought the NPR was supposed to be fair in its views. I think Williams statement accuratly reflected his views. I don't see them as racist but someones opinion. I certainly do not see it as dangerous or even a serious comment. He did not advocate any action about Muslims.

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