News anchor's slurs go on the air

Well, first of all, the newscaster needs to learn to watch her mouth even if she thinks she’s not on the air, because you never know.

And why do some people think her comments are funny? I don’t see what’s so hilarious.

I’ve probably heard that “joke” from right-wing conservatives a million times. It was old 20 years ago. “If you’re a black woman in a wheelchair you’ve got it made.” Funny how none of the black women or disabled people I know seem to agree with that statement.

Her job may not be the only one in danger…
http://www.smh.com.au/news/0001/20/pageone/pageone8.html


Rigardu, kaj vi ekvidos.

it wasn’t a live airing. she was taping a promo for a segment. someone in the booth screwed up and used the wrong take.


what is essential is invisible to the eye -the fox