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.
I guess irrelevant, gay dilitentes must be “people” as well — at least in CNN’s bizarre little universe.
I've complained plenty over the arbitrary exclusion of my candidate, Dr. Alan Keyes. After all, he is polling ahead of three of the candidates who were on the stage last night in Florida: Ron Paul, Duncan Hunter, and Tom Tancredo.
But, in some sense, I'm glad he wasn't part of this particular charade. Maybe it was the grace of God.
Alan Keyes will be in the Des Moines Register Iowa Presidential Debate on December 12. I'm told it will be covered live nationally by Fox, CNN and C-SPAN.
Man, weegee, that's great. That's the best point I've heard so far. And the game-show fix was a private matter, within a private corporation. The CNN plant was done as part of a national federal election campaign for the highest office in the land.
Will our boys learn? Only time will tell!
Be sure to send emails to all your friends to alert them to the latest Hillary/CNN scandal.
I just copied Michelle Malkins latest posting to an email and sent it to 75 of my friends.
Please use the emails to get this news spread far and wide.
Keyes is a man to admire but as a black with a great intellect who has left the liberal plantation he wouldn't/doesn't get fair treatment from the media either.
Liberals would vote for Osama Bin Laden or Hitler before they would vote for a black conservative.
Sure seems that way.