Kane Watch: If McNally's not a token...
Today Eugene Kane asserts that because Joel McNally has a long history of making "it a point to prove how comfortable he felt around black folks" and that his liberal positions are aligned with many Milwaukee blacks that he shouldn't be considered a token because he was hired at WMCS.
But when blacks support conservative thought or serve in high-ranking positions in a Republican administration, they are tokens?
I'm just so confused.
UPDATE: Bill Christofferson seems to disagree with Eugene Kane over whether or not McNally will be hosting a "black radio program."
Now I'm really confused. I don't know who to believe!