CBS News asks interns to develop ideas.
I've got one: how about let's not broadcast stories that rely on bad forgeries faxed from bitter partisan nutjobs at Kinko's shops?
Seriously, though, this is just another spasm in the death throes of CBS News. Broadcast network news is in trouble in general, as cable and the Internet offer more immediate and more in-depth information. CBS News is in extra trouble as it has demonstrated repeatedly that it is inaccurate, biased, and unfair.
I experience great schadenfreude watching their ratings sink. They brought this on themselves.
UPDATE: Edited to remove the guy's name. I hope nobody harasses him or his employer. He was good-natured and his sign was innocuous a...
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