After news broke Friday night of the capture of suspect #2 in the Boston Marathon bombings, people poured out into the streets of Watertown, Massachusetts applauding police and then erupting into spontaneous song.
When I became Program Director of Express Traffic back in 1996, my friend James Tayoun, a former Democratic member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. whose show I had produced on Sunday mornings, gave me a great piece of advice, “Never say anything about anybody that you wouldn’t say into an open microphone.” Someone should have given that same advice to Bismark news anchor A.J. Clemente.
Besides there being a number of critiques of the song in the press, add Stephen Colbert to the list that's had something to say about the effort, and has come up with this hysterical take on what could become a trend in trying to bridge the gap between disparate groups.
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