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March 19th, 2009
07:53 AM ET

Sound Off: Your comments 3/18/09

Editor's Note: Many of you have a lot to say about the AIG bonus scandal! We got a lot of good feedback on our reporting and some found that this topic had brought Americans together, and not since World War Two had the country been this strongly united. Many of you said you really like it when Anderson is on location. Finally, many of you praised the segment about the artists salvaging the neighborhood in Detroit and expressed their condolences on the death of actress Natasha Richardson.
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AIG – Reporting has been excellent. We really trust & like you. On AIG, let's make sure they stop political contributions and drop all lobby activity since they are owned by the people!

I think this bonus deal is great! The country has not been this united since WWII. EVERYBODY is furious including me).

Thanks very much for the fascinating story about the artists salvaging the neighborhood in Detroit - it was so good that I'll forgive you for saying "innovate". And thanks also for the lovely tribute to Natasha Richardson - a sad loss to all, but especially to those of you who knew her. My condolences.

In light of Natasha Richardson's ski accident- I was wondering if you all would consider discussing the importance of properly using safety equipment during certain sporting activities. That is, if it is not too painful for Anderson to talk about, as he did mention that she is a personal friend of his.


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  1. Dantoinette

    Anderson,
    Angelique the Lawyer from Warren, MI could consider a career change -Teaching at a High School or as an adjunct Professor of Business Law or Political Science etc. In this capacity she could also receive a free Masters Degree in Education. On week ends she could continue her law practice on a pro-bona basis hence increasing her cliente.

    March 19, 2009 at 3:45 pm |
  2. Isabel

    Very interesting to see how the artists are salvaging the neighborhood in Detroit. Often we do not see output in a situation or we are so stagnant, without seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. These examples bring courage!

    I confess that my night was very bad and that touched me very much the comments from bloggers about the loss of Natasha Richardson. I do not knew much her work and I follow more the work of Liam Neeson, but I feel by her sons. Look in the eyes of
    Anderson, was striking, sad, of the squeezing the heart!

    All this also made me think that on the side of here, the viewers, we do not always have the notion of what the anchors are feeling.
    Another day, by the webcan in the interval, I saw Anderson put your hand in your eyes and bow your head, as if he was tired or not feeling very well...
    That makes your show "unique" ... you are the anchor, is the man is and is being human!

    March 19, 2009 at 1:06 pm |