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Fox News offers Juan Williams $2 million contract

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wow its almost as if he knew his contract was not going to be renewed and used Teabagger outrage to help him score an awesome payday

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Juan Williams is a liberal?

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On many issues, yes.

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I always listened to him on Fox and thought sometimes he disagreed but normally he fit in rather well.

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He was normally positioned as the Democrat or liberal voice. He defends Obama on a lot of issues but did not tow the liberal democrat line 100%. I always felt he offered pretty level headed rebuttals on the Fox opinion shows.

He offered objective opinion, unlike most of the posters in the Tinderbox. Never listened to him on NPR. Not a fan of NPR.

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He was normally positioned as the Democrat or liberal voice. He defends Obama on a lot of issues but did not tow the liberal democrat line 100%. I always felt he offered pretty level headed rebuttals on the Fox opinion shows.

He was objective, unlike most of the posters in the Tinderbox.

I know Fox News use to refer to him as a liberal which I always thought was funny because he didn't seem like much of one at least not enough to balance out the rest of the panel.

Just because Fox News says he is a liberal doesn't mean he is actually a liberal.

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