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BANGOR, Maine — This week’s simultaneous resignations of two local news anchors on live TV may be a first, according to two longtime broadcast journalism experts, but reflect common tensions in news operations. “I wouldn’t be surprised if [the on-air resignations are a first],” said Barbara… Read More
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  • Anonymous

    I feel they acted very unprofessionally quitting on-air without any offical notice or chance for the company to get appropriate replacements. In the real world…a professional gives 4 weeks notice! good luck to both of them to try to find another position….any potential employer may feel like they are at risk for this very thing! Not professional, nor do they make good role models acting like this! BTW…correct english would have been Cindy and I…not Cindy and me

    • Or English rather than english

    • Anonymous

      Correct English is: “…Cindy and me”. The objects follow the words “on behalf of.” That makes “Cindy and me” objects of the preposition “of.” Hence the objective case is correct. and your attempt to correct Tony’s English wrong.

      • Anonymous

        Well, here is the poop from the Oxford Dictionary.

        ‘I’ or ‘me’?

        The two personal pronouns I and me are often used wrongly, usually in sentences in which I is being used with another noun. Here are some tips to help you get it right:

        Use the pronoun I, along with other subjective pronouns such as we, he, she, you, and they, when the pronoun is the subject of a verb:

        He went to bed.

        We waited for the bus.

        Clare and I are going for a coffee.

        In the last example, the pronoun I, together with the proper noun Clare, forms the subject of the sentence, so you need to use I rather than me.

        Use the pronoun me, along with other objective pronouns such as us, him, her, you, and them, when the pronoun is the object of a verb:

        Danny thanked them.

        The dog followed John and me to the door.

        In the last example, the pronoun me, together with the proper noun John, forms the object of the verb follow, so you need to use me rather than I.

        Use the pronoun me, along with other objective pronouns such as us, him, her, you, and them, when the pronoun is the object of a preposition:

        Rose spent the day with Jake and me.

        Me, together with Jake, forms the object of the preposition with, so you need to use the pronoun me rather than the pronoun I.

        An easy way of making sure you’ve chosen the right pronoun is to see whether the sentence reads properly if you remove the additional noun:

        • Anonymous

          The easy way to remember this is to remove the other person from the sentence. For instance, think of “I quit”, then add the other person….”Cindy and I quit”, or “he told that to me”….adding the other person would make it “he told that to Cindy and me”.

          • Anonymous

            Good answer, thank you!
            I knew the answer, but never realized how east it was to simplify and explain.

          • Anonymous

            Thanks. This is much easier to remember than the Oxford dictionary.

    • Henderson bobby

      I worked for a man who would fire anyone on the spot if when they gave a 2 week notice. Hint Hint told other worker never to give him a notice . I did not either.

      • William Smith

        Or give notice when you are ready to leave.

      • I know of a man who fired every mechanic in the shop when he heard they had all applied for a better paying job with the state.

        The humble Farmer

    • Anonymous

      If management fires someone they give them NO notice–look at Craig Colson at Channel 5. He went to work one morning, was fired and then security escorted him to the door. He and Susan Farley never had a chance to say good-bye. At least Tony and Cindy were able to do that. What ‘real world’ are you living in saying pros give 4 weeks notice–don’t think so! And, by the way, “Cindy and me” is correct–so you strike out on all accounts in your post.

      • You got that right. When management fires someone it is if that person never existed. And how many people do you know who have showed up to work, only to find the door to the plant locked.

      • Briney

        There have been many others who have been abruptly fired, without any idea they were on management’s “get rid of” list.

        Cindy and Tony opened a tightly closed door, into broadcast management’s secret disposing of its unwanted. It’s a kind of “here today, gone tomorrow” tenuous situation. A brief paragraph might follow someone’s sudden disappearance from the Tube, or, other media. Many times – nothing. It looks like a glamorous job. But behind the Mascara, a lot of welts.

        Working local TV., Radio, or, in any other media, is a hang by your fingers existence. You are a puppet of management dangling on a very thin string.

    • Briney

      In the “real world” of communications, you’re lucky to get a week’s notice. Most workers are simply fired.

    • Anonymous

      Enough already. Focus on the true discussion as it relates to the story..

  • Anonymous

    Now this is a fair and balanced piece of journalism.
    Good job Andrew

  • Anonymous

    Modern news is simply a venue for maximizing profit, not a broadcast to meet the civic responsibility of companies that use public airways as was once the case. They rarely do any stories about anywhere else in the world unless there is either a political, commercial, or military connection. Mostly the news looks inward, telling us about ourselves, with the same old story, over and over and over and over ad nauseum. The network will add diversity by doing commercials that are labeled as news stories, for either their own network, a connected commercial interest, or literally someone who is paying to get airtime. Want proof? What has been on the news for the last week, night after night after night? The headlines are all about shopping. Black Friday is the leading story and all the big corporate stores that are open get advertised time and time again. When the heck did shopping become a major news story? Incredible. Poor Walter is rolling in his grave.

    • Anonymous

      Maybe the government should take over the stations. We would certainly get fair and balanced reporting then.

      • Anonymous

        The Govt took over GM, see how that worked out….LOL

        • Anonymous

          The government is trying to take over health care, wonder how that will work out too!

          • Anonymous

            True…

        • Anonymous

          My stock is at $25.38 this morning. Far better than at the end of GW Bush’s term when my price per share fell to just below $19. Do you have any idea of what you are discussing?

          • Anonymous

            Considering GM stock will have to reach 50 something dollars a share for the tax payers to get their money back…

        • Anonymous

          Yeah, trucks that were $25k are now $40k.

          • Anonymous

            I know…..Have to take a mortgage out to buy a truck….We gave GM all that money, then they declared bankrupt anyway….Smooth move.

          • Anonymous

            G.M. is a global Company. given the devaluation of the dollar all during GW Bush’s term and most of Obama’s one term, the hike in truck price is a corporate loss.
            Come back and discuss this after you get your M.B.A.

          • Anonymous

            I see, another one who blames GW for everything….Old news pal.. Time to find something better to blame the economy on….

          • Anonymous

            You miss the obama reference? Like most Fox news ditto-heads you see what you want to see.

          • Anonymous

            Wrong, Im not a Fox fan, so you lose again….Come up with something original.

          • Anonymous

            When you have nothing else you guys love to use the Fox News Card, not this time, you lose. Fox News is too right for me, do you something else????

    • Mike Lange

      One fact in this fiasco still sticks out: the station was a very poor No. 3 in a three-station market. Obviously, their choice of stories wasn’t drawing viewers to the station. So maybe the so-called management interference was a last-ditch effort to keep the whole operation from going down the tubes. I could never figure out how a small market like Bangor could support three television stations, anyhow. Good luck in their job search, especially with the story of their resignation now going viral. It even landed in the San Francisco Chronicle yesterday.

      • Anonymous

        A market the size of Bangor cannot support three major network newscasts. WABI and WLBZ were here long before WVII (then WEMT). When WABI has such a large audience and WLBZ offers statewide coverage (unpopular at times), the third station is bound to lose out, especially when they have a small broadcast footprint and their weather department is outsourced to Accuweather in Pennsylvania. Any weather report you see on 7 is pre-recorded 8 states away.

        I do belive Cindy is better than the cut rate station she was working for. Over the past 10-15 years, quite a bit of 7’s staff has migrated to channel 5. Jim Morris was once the news director on 7. Cindy could walk right into any news outlet tomorrow and be handed a contract.

        • Briney

          When WABI ruled the roost, the general consensus was that this area could only support one TV station – WABI. So when W -TWO (WLBZ) was struggling to stay alive, the popular opinion was that only WABI would survive. More than six decades later, with a new banner, and many crew changes since, WLBZ survives.

          Seven appears to have weathered more than five or more decades of broadcasting and apparently is well dug in.

          As for the lack of not having local weather – thank God. When I start my own TV station I refuse to allow “Meteorologists” to ballet across viewer’s screens, arms waving, fingers pointing as they ominously rant in a completely unintelligible and staccato dialect. From beneath hooded parkas, their thighs deep in water, with Beethoven’s “Fifth” backing Catastrophic “Storm Warnings,” and the inevitable “End,” who needs it? TV Weather casting is a catastrophe in itself.

          Surely, Windy, Snow, Rain, High Winds, and Choppy Seas, would be sufficient?

          Since Two and Five are pretty much akin, we need another voice.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t kid yourself. Ole Walter had his way of skewing the news.

      He killed the story of the demolition of the Penn Station in New York until it was too late to save it, He back burnered the early negative stories seeping out of Vietnam, and he ran a story about Lubec fisheries throwing fish parts back into the ocean after his yacht got fish oil on it.
      Petty little man with a super large ego.

  • tedcohen

    Palmer demanding fairness in the ay-rights coverage?

    Imagine.

    Any political story requires balance. Hats off to Palmer.

    The two who quit clearly had their own issues.

    • Anonymous

      If I say the world is flat and you say it’s round — those are the two positions — you think that deserves a balanced approach? The entire world is laughing at us how we deny climate change. It’s pathetic.

  • Richard Stacey

    In 1985, Because of indifference by upper management I canceled Staceys Country Jamboree on a Friday, and did not allow them to use the tape of the show, we taped the previous week end at my hotel, which was scheduled to be used the following night… I later sued them. Dick Stacey

    • Liberal Soup N Crackers

      Man, I had not seen that name in a long time!

    • Anonymous

      Do your hands still smell like gas?????LOL…

    • Anonymous

      I thought you were dead! I didn’t see you at Charlie’s funeral. I sure would like to see the Jamboree again, but your hotel is gone, and we’re all getting older, so I guess that ain’t gonna happen.

      Spent some of the most enjoyable hours of the Seventies and Eighties in the downstairs lounge of your Motel. Actually in 1982, I lived there. I enjoyed the place in Calais too.

      Thanks Dick.

      • Richard Stacey

        I was not at funeral because I was under the weather, and 1800 miles away. DS

  • MrEthiopian

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding? FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.FOX news Imploding?

    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.
    Look at what the owner has done in the UK, if he wasn’t a billionaire he would already be in jail.

    Looking at Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio, they both quit in a very professional manner, neither of them mentioned specifics of why they chose to quit, though the entire world fully understands that FOX is nothing but a 100% GOP propaganda and that any news caster on FOX is nothing but an actor regurgitating Ad Nauseam that sickens anyone that’s not a brain dead right wing nut case.

    • Anonymous

      You really have no idea what you are talking about. The station is not owned by the FOX network and both Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio are republicans. Yes, it’s true. They used to invite republican operative Matt Gagnon on the air until that was stopped by Palmer since there was no democrat couterpart.

      • Fannycradock

        The Daily Mail (online US edition) reminded everyone that Cindy was getting hate mail because she happened to look like Sarah Palin, with the up-do and the glasses, when Palin accepted the nomination as McCain’s running mate in 2008. Everyone thought she was doing it on purpose! Cindy was a class act, as usual, saying it was an honor to be mistaken for Palin.

        • Anonymous

          Cindy was doing that on purpose. She did make herself look that way, on purpose. All you have to do is ask the people who were there and ask why she doesn’t look like her today. Funny thing, She was flown to NYC to be on Geraldo to talk about it. Really funny thing, in one of the other articles she mentioned she wanted to go on some talk shows now…

          • Fannycradock

            I don’t get it. Cindy looked like that long before Palin became a household name. It seemed every time I tuned in to WVII she had her hair in the updo and wore those same specs. I can understand capitalizing on it once Palin became famous, but how can she have done it “on purpose,” at least initially?

      • Anonymous

        Oh, they are both Republicans. Sure. I am sure you have a good source for that. Other sources point in a different direction.
        And the fact that they did not appreciate Palmer saying that if someone mentions in an interview segment that they are for same sex marriage, there has to be another person saying the opposite. All planned ahead of time. Certainly not what you are saying. I doubt they are strongly liberal or strongly conservative. But that isn’t the point. They did not agree with Palmer’s journalistic policies, and who can blame them.

      • JohnR

        You mean they were told to invite Matt. Yep sounds about right, did they have the opposing side on during that time or just Pine Tree Politics or IOW the Republican side only?

    • William Smith

      the rules say you are not supposed to name call or you will be blocked.

    • Anonymous

      One could say the same thing about MSNBC, NBC, ABC and CBS. It’s fun to irritate a democrat though, and FOX news definitely irritates you and others like you.

      • Anonymous

        I used to watch CBS. I kept waiting to hear Obama say “I approve this news cast.”

      • Anonymous

        I’m not irritated. We won.

        • Anonymous

          You may have one for now. Tell me you won when your party gets done grinding through all the money that the U.S. debtors will give us and all the money is gone.

          • Guest

            The sky will not fall. Keep preparing for your doomsday scenario. Won’t happen.
            You guys end of the world guys are entertaining.

          • Anonymous

            And how do you suggest the economy survives over the long haul with a 1 trillion per year deficit? Even if we tax the truly rich into oblivion, that will only account for another 86 billion. Where does the rest come from? 8 trillion if 4 years,,,,we are on a roll!

          • Anonymous

            No true patriot would bet against the USA. We have been down much lower than this before (read about post Civil war US troubles) and we will bounce back better than ever. Are there things wrong? You bet, . Do we have the ability to fix them? Sure enough. Probably in short order.
            We currently have a derth of talent at the leadership level. I believe that the best choice offered won the last election, but he is a Wilson, when we need a Teddy Roosevelt. We have survived less than optimum leaders before, and we will do so again.
            What has bothered me since the days of Jimmy Carter is the people, the citizens of this great nation failing to “come together” in defense of nationalism after an election.
            We need to do smoe short term repairing and I happen to have a small list of wants which is likely to piss-off both right and left.
            We need to close down the war in Afghanistan… now.
            We need to move to natural gas as a motor fuel. first for large trucks and trains, thenfor motor cars. This should be accomplished within five years. It is a simple process to convert passenger cars from gasoline to natural gas/propane.
            We need to raise the gas tax by 50 cents a gallon at the conversion to natural gas. The cost per gallon (at today’s rates) will still be half what we pay for gasoline, and the additional money would help repaire our neglected infrustructure.
            After the conversion to natural gas, we need to pull out of the middle east…lock stock and barrel. There is plenty of natural gas in The USA, and if we need more Canada and Mexico will be delighted to sell it to us.
            We need to veryt slowly, disentangle ourselves from Communist China. they are not now, nor have they ever been, our ally.
            There is a lot more, but with an energy independent positrion, we have a good shot at moving on up/ There is the possibility that the gas fields in the USA need to be nationalized, and that we will need to take our energy supply OFF the golbal market place. That will take a Teddy Roosevelt to sell. I hope we have one of those in the wings.

          • Anonymous

            Yes, and another reason our President was re-elected. Most people in this country are hopeful and optimistic people …..and don’t prophesy doom and gloom all the time. They, like the President, see a country that always bounces back. That message was received by more people than the one saying how bad things are,etc. and with no realistic , specific ideas about what they would do anyway. Oh yeah…..demolish the Affordable Health Care Act, defund PBS. Most people saw through that and found that not to be anything that would improve things for this country.
            I don’t know if there are any Teddy Roosevelts around.

          • Anonymous

            Your party had no plan and still refuse to cut the debt. You want more tax cuts and more Defense spending. Sorry, you can’t balance a budget on cuts elsewhere alone. Pure hypocrisy from you guys.

          • Anonymous

            Slathering in your lies and misinformation again.

          • Anonymous

            If I’m wrong, then what were the details of the Romney plan then? I’ll save you the time — there was no plan and the few details that were released would have let to an exploded deficit.

      • Anonymous

        Ask a liberal, and they will always perceive MSNBC, NBC, ABC, and CBS as being fair and balanced, (choking on vomit right now) and FOX is the only politically biased news outlet on T.V. They truly live in a vacuum.

        • Anonymous

          CBS has come closer to the center lately..The Liberals think Fox news is evil and are plain terrified of it…Just like they are scared of Sarah Palin.

          • Anonymous

            LOL, not scared of Sarah Palin one bit. Run her again! I’d love it.

      • Guest

        I’m thrilled with the results and not irritated in the least. Worked out well for me.

      • Anonymous

        No it doesn’t “irritate” as much as you might like to think so. It just is not respected by many so we don’t waste the time. Just try it a few times, and many say “what a bunch of sensationalist garbage.” (filled with paranoia,etc.)

      • Anonymous

        You could say that a cannibal and a cheeseburger lover both eat meat — doesn’t mean they both eat the same kind of meat and are doing the same thing.

  • MrEthiopian

    Sorry for the multiple posts, I fat fingered the keyboard.

    Sorry again.

    • You could repost.

      Pedants might point out that your “brain dead right wing nut case” smacks of redundancy.

      The humble Farmer

  • walkintheirshoesforamoment

    It’s interesting that a master control operator is quoted in this article. As far as I know, master control is NOT part of news… it’s part of engineering… why would Cindy confide all to a entry level control operator regarding the day-to-day of news? Methinks said operator knows what side his bread is buttered on and would say anything to make himself look good in the GM’s eyes.. “yeah, go ahead and quote me… he’ll read this and BAM, I’m on his winning side…” Yeah, whatever…. There are always two faces to every story… Just a thought…

    • It wasn’t mentioned in the story but, I worked briefly in the newsroom as an Assignment Editor at the request of Cindy Michaels. This was because of my
      prior experience in news at another local station. During my tenure as Assignment Editor I became quite familiar with newsroom procedures and how it was being “managed” . After a month or so, I returned to Master Control. I’ll leave it to you to guess as to why I left. I just wanted to give another side to this story that wasn’t represented especially, in the comment section where most people haven’t a clue as to what they’re talking about. Methinks you assume too much.

      • walkintheirshoesforamoment

        Then I applaud and apologize to you, Sir. It all sounds like sour grapes in EVERY aspect. The shoes might be tight.. but.. Basically, all boils down to do what you can live with.. this side or the other..

  • Anonymous

    Just a short word on being balanced, for the past SIXTEEN DAYS the BDN online in their politics section still has the election results displayed. Yesterday’s news is fine….but 16 day old news? Most people on the country knew what the results were, before they went to bed 17 days ago.

    • Anonymous

      Actually (although it is little reported) the election is in some places, still not “decided.” It wasn’t until yesterday that my sister knew who was representing her in the Maine House.

    • Anonymous

      Don’t look at it then. Just bypass it.

    • Anonymous

      Yet your guys LOVED the story when you thought they quit because they were being forced into a liberal bias. Suddenly it’s a different tune. NO principles from you guys, none at all.

      • Anonymous

        If you could read the post had nothing to do with the on air resigations.

  • We read that two employees of a Bangor TV station have resigned because “the balanced journalistic approach they use for all their stories was sometimes frowned upon.”

    To hear that an on-air personality is pressured by management should brings tears to the eyes of any patriotic American.

    In a letter below the article we read that, “The left hates Fox News because they report the truth. Nielsen ratings also shows that fox ( national ) news has been number 1 in ratings for the past ten years.”

    Being the number one football coach proves that Sandusky did not cuddle little
    boys. Owning the number one television station proves that Rupert Murdoch only reports the truth. Are you surprised that up until a recent hour Murdoch has not been awarded a Nobel for his integrity?

    Some say that owning the media is no more than a license to manufacture any truth
    that suits you.

    Harboring these suspicions, do we not have to question much of what we read?

    Could it be that the problem at the station is not how the news is reported but the intolerable pressure of micromanagement? — The need of the manager to run the whole show from writing the ads, printing the tickets, raising the curtain, performing on stage and then selling popcorn at intermission? Even if every person at the station shares the same political philosophy, wouldn’t jumping through hoops trying to please a micromanager boss soon wear thin? If this is so, we should be surprised that the folks who quit lasted as long as they did. And — it might well be that one or the other was to be fired the following week. Who would know from reading the paper?

    Perhaps the news at that station is not slanted. And if that is so why do we read in the New York Times that “the general manager of television stations WVII and WFVX, ABC and Fox affiliates in Bangor, has told his joint staff of nine men and women that when ‘Bar Harbor is underwater, then we can do global warming stories.’” “Until then,” he added. “No more.”

    This is encouraging. Because when lobster catchers are setting traps on the top of
    Cadillac Mountain we can expect to have objective journalism from Fox in Maine.

    The humble Farmer

    • Anonymous

      It was the top management there that was/is the problem; not Cindy or Tony. They will not ever be sorry for not going along with that management’s “philosophy”.
      Was that article you mention in today’s NY Times, or yesterdays?

  • Anonymous

    I remember Jack Parr stomping off the set and swearing. That was funny this was just a normal resignation.

  • Briney

    The analysts hesitantly refer to the pressure from advertisers as affecting news content. That malignancy has spread throughout the world of broadcasting, newspapers and magazines.

    Sadly, in a country which boats of free speech, corporate titans quickly kill an ad’ if the media crosses its own political boundaries.

  • Anonymous

    Turns out they quit because of right wing lunatics refusing to allow them to report the truth. So much for all those conspiracy theories of the “liberal media bias” — you guys are loons too.

    • Anonymous

      Some of these commenters completely did not get it…..thinking these two anchor people quit because that station and manager are too “liberal”.! Oh my gosh…..you can’t make this stuff up.

  • Anonymous

    I love it when a Liberals only come back is something about Fox News, BTW I dont watch Fox News…. Find something better to come back with…I watch CBS…….

    • Anonymous

      You’re just lazily dismissing it though…

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