- The Washington Times - Tuesday, October 26, 2010


I like Juan Williams, although I disagree with him most of the time. I actually wait for his perspective and listen when a particular subject is addressed. There are times when Mr. Williams has a cogent commentary and well-expressed insight on a subject I am interested in, and it is apparent that Mr. Williams believes in what he says.

Unfortunately, Mr. Williams is a victim of his own liberal philosophy, which is sad and yet poetic. His firing from the liberal, publicly funded National Public Radio is an illogical response to a guy who exhibits integrity and honesty in his opinions. I am sorry to say that there is no room at the inn for someone like Mr. Williams.


Manassas, Va.



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