McClellan's dissent: Former White House spokesman breaks code of conduct in memoir

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Contributors:

Chelsea Merz

Comments [1]

Robert Plaut

I enjoy the subject matter and the host's presentations, but find it maddening when a guest speaker is cut short just as he is about to make a final point (e.g., today 5/29/08 with the McClellan dissent piece).

Why the last minute interuption? To go to an "ad" about a WNYC singles event.

Please stop doing that. People smart enough to tune into this show want to hear what your well chosen guests have to say.

May. 29 2008 07:10 AM

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