vendredi 19 novembre 2010

I wonder what made Phil Griffin decide to do this?

MSNBC said Friday that it is suspending “Morning Joe” co-host Joe Scarborough for two days after he acknowledged giving eight previously unknown $500 contributions to friends and family members running for state and local offices during his tenure at the network, a violation of parent NBC’s ban on political contributions by employees without specific permission from the network president.

“I recognize that I have a responsibility to honor the guidelines and conditions of my employment, and I regret that I failed to do so in this matter,” Scarborough said in a statement. “I apologize to MSNBC and to anyone who has been negatively affected by my actions,” he said, adding that after he was made aware of some of the contributions, he called MSNBC President Phil Griffin “and agreed with Phil's immediate demand of a two-day suspension without pay.”

Olbermann's back on the air, Worst Persons is back, and all's right with the world. What, Griffin is getting a conscience now? Or is he just turning into the network equivalent of George Steinbrenner, only instead of lusting for the back page of the New York tabloids, he's lusting for the front page of Politico.

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