Sunday, March 28, 2010
Lou Dobbs, whose views on Immigration roiled controversy, and despicable language on Immigration has exiled himself from CNN.
The longtime CNN anchor announced on his TV show Wednesday that he’s leaving the cable network he helped launch in 1980 and, save for a two-year stint with the Web site Space.com, has worked at ever since.
Wednesday’s edition of “Lou Dobbs Tonight” was Dobbs’ last at CNN. Although his contract was to run for a little more than two additional years, he told viewers CNN agreed to let him out of his contract.
Dobbs left open the possibility he might be moving to the Border…Hmmmmm ? I am wondering which border...... Saludos y hasta la vista Amigo..
My friend Lou, I will make sure you will be received with an open arms ..
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The whole world's broke and it ain't worth fixing
It's time to start all over, make a new beginning
There's too much pain, too much suffering
Let's resolve to start all over make a new beginning.
Now don't get me wrong I love life and living
But when you wake up and look around at everything that's going down
You see we need to change it now, this world with too few happy endings
We can resolve to start all over make a new beginning. Can we?
Respect the religious beliefs of others.
The Way to Happiness is comprised of 21 precepts, each one predicated on the fact that one's survival depends on the survival of all others—and that without the survival of others, no joy and no happiness are attainable.