Monday, October 31, 2011

Color of Change Slapped in the Face

Color of Change, a leftist organization with eight known members and run by Rashad Robinson (pictured), got a stinging slap in the face from respected Chicago Tribune columnist Clarence Page, who wrote:
That's why I do not support the call from Color Of Change, the left-progressives who have launched an online petition drive to have MSNBC fire [Patrick J.] Buchanan from his gig as an on-air analyst and in-house lightning rod. While I frequently disagree with everything Buchanan says after "Good morning," I also believe talk shows should air a range of views, not muzzle them. People can disagree, as the saying goes, without being disagreeable.
Last week, the group along with left-wing cohorts Media Matters and the Southern Poverty Law Center, orchestrated a campaign of hate, bigotry, and distortion against Buchanan only to help create more publicity for his book, Suicide of a Superpower. The book skyrocketed in a week to the number three, best selling nonfiction hardback across the United States according to Publishers Weekly.

Read Page's entire column here.

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