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Rip Ed Bradley - A Great Man & Reporter

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  1. IcyPatriot

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    RIP ED BRADLEY .... always my favorite at 60 minutes.

    A good reporter and an even better man.​

    RIP ED you will be missed.
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    Ed Bradley was the best man in that whole damn liberal CBS network, I could never understand why they didn't kick that Rodent Rather out years ago and give his job to Bradley, their ratings would have gone through the roof.
    A good honest fair reporter.
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    well respected, and will not be forgotten.

    R.I.P.
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    Like me,Ed loved REAL Jazz.....all the great American masters.

    ' The Willow Weeps For You', Ed Bradley



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    I didnt know the man and frankly I still have to get up and go to work tomorrow and still pay taxes so I really couldnt give a shlitt.

    Does this make me a sociopath?
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    no, just classless as usual.
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    I may be wrong about who it was, but during the first Gulf War, a news correspondent, and I believe it was Ed Bradley, refused to be debriefed by the military since he said it would violate his journalistic neutrality.

    It's outrageous that anyone in that position wouldn't be willing to help the fighting forces who make it possible for him to make his living.
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    It means you are enslavened like the rest of us....they let us vote to get some revenge Turd....but they still have us all in the same fishbowl.

    Then again ... perhaps you have the Irish spirit of "see ya' on the other side Ed" .... I hope he doesn't do a story on me on the other side so I'll just shut my piehole now.
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    One of the few reporters that I respected. Will miss him.
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    So because I dont want to marry myself to the story by false grieving I'm classless?


    I didnt know him, didnt watch him and frankly didnt care. He's dead and thats that. Sucks for him and his family but like I said, it dont make a lick of difference in my life.


    I thought it was your job to love all of us now that your'e a super god-boy?

    guess you're not following the teachings that closely huh?
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    Had a great voice, he asked some difficult questions of some very powerful people... he will be missed.
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    Your not "classless" Turd, your honest, I felt just you do about John Lennon, Lennon was dead and it was a senseless killing and I also felt bad for his family that really loved him, but John Lennon wasn't Jesus Christ, not in my book.
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    Maybe you could have googled Mr. Bradley, read his bio and formed an opinion. Your post ends up being about yourself versus Mr. Bradley, in which case nobody really cares.
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    Ed Bradley is dead, I liked him, but just because he died doesn't mean that those that didn't like him or never knew much about him should kiss his a$s, everybody dies.

    The liberal democrats did the same thing with the Pedophile Gerry Studds, just because he died his critics were suddenly supposed to "keep quiet"

    "Studds Was A Scumbag", now he is a "Dead Scumbag" take that to the bank.
    bricks

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