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Chris Hayes says he's sorry

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#1    DieChecker


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Posted 29 May 2012 - 12:24 AM



MSNBC host Chris Hayes has issued an apology one day after saying on national television that he is "uncomfortable" with calling fallen soldiers "heroes."


But in seeking to discuss the civilian-military divide and the social distance between those who fight and those who don't, I ended up reinforcing it, conforming to a stereotype of a removed pundit whose views are not anchored in the very real and very wrenching experience of this long decade of war. And for that I am truly sorry.

I'm glad he was able to Man-Up and admit he was being an A-Hole. Politics and ideology aside, let's not go after the men and women dying in service to our nation by taking away the Hero title that so many have earned.

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Posted 29 May 2012 - 12:52 PM

Chris Hayes is a disgrace to humanity, that pencil pushing wuss of a desk jockey should be forced to go to Afghanistan as a War correspondent and ride along with our troops it would be life altering for him to see it first hand that is if he does not drown in his own fear tears first.

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