Aguilar's interview is just another example of the "if it bleeds, it leads" mentality of the so-called "professional" broadcast journalist working in the media today. As a whole, this group has no ethical standards. Some guy blows his brains out at a press conference? Run it at 5, just in time for the kiddies to watch when they get home from school. Some deranged idiot sets himself on fire? Keep taping - somebody else can put him out...

I used to be a broadcast journalist in the Army, many, many years ago. When I got out, I never even tried to get a job at a local TV station, because I was sickened by the state of the profession that I saw displayed on the air every evening...

Edward R. Murrow must be spinning in his grave...

Meanwhile, Aguilar wins awards for her "hard-hitting" journalism...