NPR commenters just can't get enough.

Apparently, NPR listeners were mad at NPR for not 'warning' listeners that the 'spade is a spade' commenter was going to actually say that in reaction to the Wilson outburst. I find that a bit naïve. I don't get a warning when my mom says something off-color.

How should the news be responsible for the comment made by an individual. If anything, as the bystander, aren't we just witnesses to the nonchalant "talking down" that, frankly, has seemingly always happened?

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