Comments:Large Texas hospital dismisses 75 employees
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|Comments from the ivory tower||0||07:24, 22 March 2012|
|Comments from feedback form - "This is not really considered ..."||1||19:09, 21 March 2012|
This is not really considered journalism, is it? "After discussing some personal experiences there, a long-time resident of Dallas, who has sought treatment at the hospital told Wikinews, "Frankly, I don't have anything positive to say about Parkland [hospital]." Our source did not want to give his name." That's a bad joke and eerily reminiscent of the subjective, self-serving, often false and mis-represented attacks the Dallas Morning News has published over the last several years. This should not even be able to try and pass as real journalism.
Parkland is a disgrace to the city of Dallas. The sentiment, "Frankly, I don't have anything positive to say about Parkland," is pretty much how everyone else feels about the place, except for the people who work there, who benefit from getting paid to do shoddy work. The only bad joke here is Parkland impersonating a professional teaching hospital.