Thursday, November 29, 2007

Hillary Plant Shows Up at CNN Republican Debate


The YouTube debates are bad enough, and it was a disappointment to see the Republican’s participating in forum that only serves to bring a debate between Presidential hopefuls down to the Tila Tequila level , but it is worse when CNN took the opportunity to introduce some liberal ringers into the process.

After the fiasco where Wolf Blitzer gave in to pressure from the Clintons not to Hillary any questions that require an answer more controversial then “I like ice cream”, CNN gave in to the temptation to exercise their liberal bias during the Republican debate.

Not only did the questions sound like the sort that would be written by Al Franken (assuming he can write), but they allowed Democrat activists to involve themselves in a process where the Republicans are choosing their candidate. The highlight of the constituent bait and switch was when the news network flew in Retired Brig. Gen. Keith H. Kerr so he could ask about the “Don’t ask don’t tell” policy in the military. Not only is the question about as relevant to Republicans (who this debate was supposed to be about) as a William Hung/Britney Spears duet of “That’s what friends are for”, but as it turns out the good General was the co-chairman of Hillary Rodham Clinton's National Military Veterans group. So now, apparently CNN is helping Hillary plant people in debates where she is not on stage.

When CNN was caught trying to perpetrate this bit of trickery, they played the “we didn’t know, our brain is jell-o” card that Hillary uses whenever she is caught taking money from felons.

Ironically the Democrats pretend that they won’t go on Fox News and debate because they are afraid of exactly the sort of dirty tricks that the liberals at CNN are trying to pull. At least this shows that the Republicans have much more courage then the Democrats. They have the guts to walk on to an obviously unfriendly CNN stage with the full knowledge that they will not get a fair shake from the network.

Most Conservatives know that CNN in steeped in left wing agenda, but they have now outed themselves for the world to see. Now that they have completely lost all credibility perhaps they should bring back the snowman and let him moderate the next Democrat debate.

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