Friday, December 10, 2004

Bill Moyers Retirement

In a "puff piece" to justify his moralistic condemnations of people not on his side, the AP announced his retirement today.

"Moyers' interest has always been the American people."

I'm interested too in the American People, so what.

Then he is quoted:

"It's the fact that I'm doing journalism that isn't determined by the establishment."

Woah Nelly, NPR is as established as you get, but Mr. Moyers sounds moralistic and justifies his work based upon what he thinks the "people" ought to have, therefore we can't condemn him. He sounds self-serving and appears very close to the kind of person that Martin Luther had issues with.

I hope to hear from Mr. Moyers. But I have never heard anything out of his mouth that helped or changed my life, so I don't expect him to call.

Enjoy retirement and all that royality money you are getting from "NOW" as you walk away from it, and that book released earlier in this year. I forget the name of it., but I hope you sell a bunch of them.



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