Skip to comments.Anderson Cooper: "Campaign operatives are people too" justifying hacks posing questions at debate.
Posted on 11/29/2007 7:02:06 AM PST by joinedafterattack
CNN's Anderson Cooper quipped in a recent interview with Townhall's Mary Katharine Ham that "campaign operatives are people too," justifying political hacks posing questions at debate forums.
Thank GOD for the NEW MEDIA.
Anderson Cooper makes yet another dumb statement.
Yeah, but what else is he gonna say?
Democrat Crime Syndicate BUMP!
Sorry. No good. No Republican-vs-Democrat debate on CNN. Your network is already in the DNC’s pocket.
Enough of this collusion between the DNC and the media.
Your team will not steal this election.
This one is for all the marbles.
The Clinton lap dog media want the stick.
By any means necessary.
Elections are just a messy detail of life.
When the contestant on Twenty One had been given the questions in advance of the gameshow, it was a huge scandal. When Mrs. Bill Clinton is given her questions in advance of a debate it is a rigged debate in a rigged election.
And there is a media blackout (apart from talk radio and the blogs) that this crap is going on.
No I never knew that.
“The smell is so bad on this CNN that it overpowers any excuses you might make. All the more evidence IMHO, as with Dan Rather, that the MSM is corrupt and will go to almost any ends to subvert our election process for their own ends and for their own leanings as regards candidates.”
This is especially true of Fox, CNN and NBC’s approach to Ron Paul. MSM has picked the candidates. Who are we to demand real debates?
Youtube is a liberal owned site (that has censored Michelle Malkin in the past from her own video blogs).
There were activist questions in the Democrat round.
This was a known setup. They should have politely refused to play their little game.
I fully plan on crashing the next Democrat debate as an on-line questioner. In fact, I'm going to insist that they use my artwork of the candidates....
The bachelor head of a high-end fashion services boutique firm bid a fulsome $21,000 at a New York charity auction over the weekend to win a lunch with Anderson Cooper, one of television's hottest news personalitiesin more ways than one. "Anderson is cute," British-born Oliver Pike, who heads NorthSix, with offices in New York and Los Angeles, told the New York Post after his winning bid.
Considered one of New York's most eligible, unmarrieds, Cooper, 39, has in the past fended off questions about his sexual orientation. "I just don't talk about my personal life," he has said in response to questions.
but only Democratic operatives, since they are apparently filling the room for both Democrat and Republican debates. GOP operatives are clearly not people..must be some form of space alien.
That would be the “Republican Dirty Tricks Squad” and we can’t have that.
There, fixed the obvious typo.
So the oh so gay Cooper Anderson gives General Gerbil the last word. Amazing!
Its time for republicans and conservatives to take control of their own destiny instead of being straight men and dupes for the liberal media.
Refuse to debate on CNN and MSNBC, stop paid advertisments and refuse interviews on both as well as any other left biased media outlet until they present an equal and fair handed program.
Candidates also need to take control of any debates they participate in.
Refuse to let leftist programmers and news readers set the agenda and tone.
Retain rights of refusal for format, moderators, question content, etc.
It works for Hillary.
To top it all off, they had a ‘Rat hack (”strategist”) on the panel after the debate, and also, that smarmy former FR member Jeffrey Toobin.
How that guy gets to be on TV as some kind of subject matter expert is beyond me.
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