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CNN expunged "don't ask, don't tell" question and answers in rebroadcasts of debate
mediamatters.org ^ | Nov. 29, 2007

Posted on 11/29/2007 4:48:05 PM PST by AuntB

Summary: Rebroadcasts of the CNN/YouTube debate for Republican presidential candidates omitted a question from a retired brigadier general about the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy, as well as the candidates' answers to the question. CNN did not note the omission.

In rebroadcasts of the November 28 CNN/YouTube debate for Republican presidential candidates, CNN expunged, without disclosure, a segment in which retired Brig. Gen. Keith Kerr asked the candidates to address "why you think that American men and women in uniform are not professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians." Kerr is a member of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Americans for Hillary Clinton steering committee and a co-chairman of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton's (D-NY) Veterans and Military Retirees for Hillary Committee. In rebroadcasts of the debate at midnight ET and 3 a.m. ET on November 29, CNN omitted the Kerr question, as well as the candidates' answers to his question.

University of Southern California professor Marty Kaplan noted the omission in a blog entry on The Huffington Post, writing:

MORNING AFTER PILL UPDATE V: When CNN rebroadcast the debate, according to commenter AdamDek, the don't-ask-don't-tell question from Brig. Gen. (ret.) Keith Kerr was edited out of the program. Gone! Just like that.

In a statement published in a November 29 post on CNN's Political Ticker blog, CNN senior vice president David Bohrman, the executive producer of the debate, apologized for selecting Kerr's question, given his campaign affiliation: "We regret this, and apologize to the Republican candidates. We never would have used the General's question had we known that he was connected to any presidential candidate."

On the November 29 edition of American Morning, co-host John Roberts interviewed Kerr and asked, "Now, did anyone from Hillary Clinton's campaign or from the steering committee or anyone else associated with a political organization put you up to the idea of asking this question?" Kerr responded: "Absolutely not. This was a private initiative on my own."

From the November 29 edition of CNN's American Morning:

ROBERTS: There were questions this morning about one of last night's questioners. It turns out that a retired general had links to the Clinton campaign. Here's his question, as submitted on YouTube.

KERR [video clip]: My name is Keith Kerr, of Santa Rosa, California. I'm a retired brigadier general with 43 years of service. And I'm a graduate of the Special Forces Officer Course, the Command and General Staff Course, and the Army War College, and I'm an openly gay man. I want to know why you think that American men and women in uniform are not professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians.

ROBERTS: So there's the question, and retired Army Brigadier General Keith Kerr joins me now this morning. We discovered after the debate last night that you are, in fact, a member of Hillary Clinton's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered steering committee. We did not -- we did a background check, and we found that you have not made any campaign contributions to any candidate. Does that still stand?

KERR: That's correct.

ROBERTS: OK. Well, let me ask you about your position on this steering committee. What does that entail, and have you, in fact, done any work for Hillary Clinton's campaign?

KERR: I have not done any work. Several friends asked me if I would allow my name to be listed, and I agreed because she is such a strong advocate of gay and lesbian rights.

ROBERTS: So this really hasn't required anything on your part other than lending your name to it?

KERR: Correct.

ROBERTS: Now, did anyone from Hillary Clinton's campaign or from the steering committee or anyone else associated with a political organization put you up to the idea of asking this question?

KERR: Absolutely not. This was a private initiative on my own.

From the original airing of the November 28 CNN/YouTube Republican presidential candidates debate:

KERR: My name is Keith Kerr, of Santa Rosa, California. I'm a retired brigadier general with 43 years of service. And I'm a graduate of the Special Forces Officer Course, the Command and General Staff Course, and the Army War College, and I'm an openly gay man. I want to know why you think that American men and women in uniform are not professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians.

COOPER: I want to point out that Brigadier General Keith Kerr is here with us tonight. Glad you're here. Again, the question to Congressman [Duncan] Hunter [CA].

HUNTER: Yeah. General, thanks for your service, but I believe in what [former Secretary of State and retired Army Gen.] Colin Powell said when he said that having openly homosexual people serving in the ranks would be bad for unit cohesion. And the reason for that, even though people point to the Israelis and point to the Brits and point to other people as having homosexuals serve, is that most Americans, most kids who leave that breakfast table and go out and serve in the military and make that corporate decision with their family, most of them are conservatives. And they have conservative values, and they have Judeo-Christian values. And to force those people to work in a small, tight unit with somebody who is openly homosexual, who goes against what they believe to be their principles -- and it is their principles -- is I think a disservice to them. And I agree with Colin Powell that it would be bad for unit cohesion.

COOPER: I want to direct this to [former Arkansas] Governor [Mike] Huckabee. Thirty seconds.

HUCKABEE: The Uniform Code of Military Justice is probably the best rule, and it has to do with conduct. People have a right to have whatever feelings, whatever attitudes they wish, but when their conduct could put at risk the morale, or put at risk even the cohesion that Duncan Hunter spoke of, I think that's what is at issue. And that's why our policy is what it is.

COOPER: [Former Massachusetts] Governor [Mitt] Romney, you said in 1994 that you looked forward to the day when gays and lesbians could serve, and I quote, "openly and honestly in our nation's military." Do you stand by that?

ROMNEY: This isn't that time. This is not that time. We're in the middle of a war. The people who have watched --

COOPER: Do you look forward to that time, though, one day?

ROMNEY: I'm going to listen to the people who run the military to see what the circumstances are like, and my view is that, at this stage, this is not the time for us to make that kind of a change.

COOPER: Is that a change in your position from --

ROMNEY: Yeah, I didn't think it would work. I didn't think "don't ask, don't tell" would work. That was my -- I didn't think that would work. I thought that was a policy -- when I heard about it, I laughed. I said, "That doesn't make any sense to me." And you know what? It's been there now for, what, 15 years? It seems to have worked.

COOPER: So, just so I'm clear, at this point, do you still look forward to a day when gays can serve openly in the military or no longer?

ROMNEY: I look forward to hearing from the military exactly what they believe is the right way to have the right kind of cohesion and support in our troops, and I'll listen to what they have to say.

COOPER: All right. General Kerr is -- as I said, is here. Please stand up, General. Thank you very much for being with us. Did you feel you got an answer to your question?

KERR: With all due respect, I did not get an answer from the candidates.

COOPER: What do you -- what do you feel you did not --

KERR: American men and women in the military are professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians. For 42 years, I wore the Army uniform on active duty, in the Reserve, and also for the state of California. I revealed I was a gay man after I retired. Today, "don't ask, don't tell" is destructive to our military policy. Every day, the Department of Defense discharges two people, not for misconduct, not for the unit cohesion --

COOPER: Wait, the mike is -- you've lost -- is the microphone not working? All right. Please, just finish your -- what is your question?

KERR: Not for the unit cohesion that Congressman Hunter is talking about, but simply because they happen to be gay.

COOPER: OK. Senator [John] McCain [AZ].

KERR: And we're talking about doctors, nurses, pilots, and the surgeon who sews somebody up when they're taken from the battlefield.

COOPER: I appreciate your comment. Senator McCain, I want to give you 30 seconds. You served in the military.

McCAIN: General, I thank you for your service to our nation. I respect it. All the time, I talk to our military leaders, beginning with our joint chiefs of staff and the leaders in the field, such as General [David] Petraeus and General [Raymond] Odierno and others who are designated leaders with the responsibility of the safety of the men and women under their command and their security and protect them as best they can. Almost unanimously, they tell me that this present policy is working, that we have the best military in history, that we have the bravest, most professional, best prepared, and that this policy ought to be continued because it's working.


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To: Quackattack


Raw Video: Clinton Supporter at GOP Debate
101 posted on 11/30/2007 6:05:09 AM PST by Miss Didi ("Good heavens, woman, this is a war not a garden party!" Dr. Meade, Gone with the Wind)
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To: McCoMo

I agree—incompetent conspiring. For so many years, they never had to be particularly clever: news reporting and events like these were just put out there, and the public had no other source of info. Since the advent of the pajama brigades, all that’s changed, and the libs are really slow learners.


102 posted on 11/30/2007 6:11:19 AM PST by MizSterious (Deport all the illegals to sanctuary cities.)
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To: holdonnow; sono; sofaman; tiredoflaundry; potlatch; All

Love that topiary update:

http://wizbangblog.com/content/2007/11/30/whoops-there-goes-another-democratic-plant.php

As you guys know, Kerr was on CNN before on the same subject... no excuses. Worked for Kerry as well.

So much for undecided Republican voters.


103 posted on 11/30/2007 6:12:00 AM PST by AliVeritas (CNN: Pravda, only dumber.)
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To: torchthemummy

“This was a REPUBLICAN DEBATE!!!!”

I agree. Was that the intent of the debate, undecided republicans or independents asking questions?


104 posted on 11/30/2007 6:13:23 AM PST by Tulsa Ramjet ("If not now, when?" "Because it's judgment that defeats us.")
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To: AliVeritas

Best quote from Advertising Age:
“CNN seems intent on finding its few remaining Republican voters and driving them into the arms of Fox News.”


105 posted on 11/30/2007 6:29:11 AM PST by sono (Hillary's Campaign Theme Song? Donovan, "Season of The Witch")
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To: Quackattack

I also saw the downloaded version from CNN and wondered why I didn’t see what everyone else was talking about - it was laying in the bit bucket.


106 posted on 11/30/2007 6:41:06 AM PST by DancesWithBolsheviks (Peace through victory.)
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To: khnyny

I know that while running against Edward Kennedy he stated that he thought the Boy Scouts should be working toward accepting homosexual scoutmasters. I have seen him speak favorably about forcing homosexuality into the military.


107 posted on 11/30/2007 6:42:36 AM PST by MSF BU (++)
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To: AuntB
CNN is mortified at the prospect of Duncan Hunter as the GOP nominee. He’s the only candidate who can take all of the Reagan democrats back and he’s been on topic from the beginning in addressing the biggest issues in this campaign- illegal immigration, unfair trade, and the war on terror.
108 posted on 11/30/2007 7:39:21 AM PST by Rockitz (This isn't rocket science- Follow the money and you'll find the truth.)
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To: AuntB
There was a video on the CNN site yesterday where John Roberts interviews the general. The video is long gone now, however, I did find this report:

Roberts didn’t press Kerr further on that matter, and asked the retired general if he ever thought about disclosing these campaign affiliations. He answered, “No, it never concerned me, because I had not really participated in that,” and then went on to say that he had supported some Republicans, and was registered as an independent in California.



CNN’s ‘American Morning’ Omits Revelation that Gay General Was ‘Activist’
109 posted on 11/30/2007 8:04:48 AM PST by Miss Didi ("Good heavens, woman, this is a war not a garden party!" Dr. Meade, Gone with the Wind)
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To: AuntB

If CNN finds it so easy to expunge the truth, I think that it’s time that I expunge CNN.

Radio, television, cable and satellite.

All of it.

All the time.


110 posted on 11/30/2007 8:10:11 AM PST by Unrepentant VN Vet (Some folks wouldn't recognize a wolf at the door until they lost body parts every time a bell rang.)
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To: AuntB

RUSH: CNN YOU STINK!


111 posted on 11/30/2007 9:20:48 AM PST by Miss Didi ("Good heavens, woman, this is a war not a garden party!" Dr. Meade, Gone with the Wind)
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To: Unrepentant VN Vet

Lou Dobbs is the only thing worth watching on CNN. He doesn’t follow their PC guidelines. In fact, a few years ago, Dobbs quit, walked out during a broadcast because of them interrupting him with some Clinton ‘non news’. They begged him back under the condition that he runs his program, not CNN.


112 posted on 11/30/2007 9:27:15 AM PST by AuntB (" It takes more than walking across the border to be an American." Duncan Hunter)
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To: AliVeritas; devolve; AuntB; ntnychik; PhilDragoo; dixiechick2000; MeekOneGOP
 
HILLARY GROOMS HER PLANTS

 

Thank you for the ping.

113 posted on 11/30/2007 9:48:29 AM PST by potlatch ("Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance!")
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To: potlatch

You are SO clever!


114 posted on 11/30/2007 9:53:16 AM PST by AuntB (" It takes more than walking across the border to be an American." Duncan Hunter)
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To: AuntB

Thank you Aunt, I appreciate that!


115 posted on 11/30/2007 9:56:25 AM PST by potlatch ("Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance!")
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To: 1Old Pro; A.A. Cunningham; Agent Smith; AKSurprise; AlaskaErik; AmericanMade1776; ...

Ping!


116 posted on 11/30/2007 11:17:45 AM PST by Albion Wilde (America: “the most benign hegemon in history.”—Mark Steyn)
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To: torchthemummy

You forgot the Muslim woman (CAIR plant) from alabama wearing the head covering, that was found to be a supporter of edwards or Obama, another one uncovered by Malkin!


117 posted on 11/30/2007 11:29:05 AM PST by Blue Highway
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To: pillut48

Haha, glad Duncan stuck it to them. Hope this will give him some more positive publicity to get him to the top tier and send rudy and romney scared for their campaign.


118 posted on 11/30/2007 11:37:40 AM PST by Blue Highway
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To: AuntB

CNN has quickly gone off into the weeds in terms of their credibility on this election.

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Why the smart money is on Duncan Hunter
http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1926032/posts
Posted on 11/15/2007 3:43:17 AM PST by Kevmo


119 posted on 11/30/2007 12:02:30 PM PST by Kevmo (We should withdraw from Iraq — via Tehran. And Duncan Hunter is just the man to get that job done.)
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To: saradippity

You are right. Sly tactics often turn around to bite the perpetrator.


120 posted on 11/30/2007 2:39:08 PM PST by firebrand
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To: Candor7

Awww geeez. I have $50 that says if they kept it in rebroadcasts people would be whining THAT would be a conspiracy by CNN.

There is no “media conspiracy” to silence Duncan Hunter.

What is it about today and nutjobs? Ran into some 9/11 Truthers this morning (I tried to get them to agree that the Titanic sinking was an inside job,) the whole Hillary thing and this.


121 posted on 11/30/2007 2:43:15 PM PST by VirginiaConstitutionalist (Scary thought: Half of all people are dumber than the average person.)
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To: potlatch

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Good post potlatch

Chialib?


122 posted on 11/30/2007 3:26:35 PM PST by devolve (---- -Secret_Asian_Man_&_Dr.No-No_Sorass_-)
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To: devolve

Lol, I get to ‘beat’ you on this one. Chia seeds grow on pottery figures, that is a topiary duck - quack, quack!

Shoulda been a turkey!


123 posted on 11/30/2007 3:30:19 PM PST by potlatch ("Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance!")
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To: AuntB
In a big way, this is even worse than Viacom changing the Hillary! boos to cheers in the FDNY Tribute show.

CNN is erasing history buy dropping the question and answer from their future broadcasts of the debate, as if that "news" never happened.

Let the Pharaohs at the MSM wipe out that event from history.

-PJ

124 posted on 11/30/2007 3:42:16 PM PST by Political Junkie Too (Repeal the 17th amendment -- it's the "Fairness Doctrine" for Congress!)
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To: potlatch

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Or a frog!

Hillary Scissorshands.....


125 posted on 11/30/2007 4:11:45 PM PST by devolve (---- -Secret_Asian_Man_&_Dr.No-No_Sorass_-)
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To: devolve

Is frog good with cranberry?

[Hillary Scissorshands.....]
I got a catalog yesterday with Hillary nutcracker on the cover - they made her too pretty, looks like Princess Diana!


126 posted on 11/30/2007 4:16:35 PM PST by potlatch ("Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we're here we might as well dance!")
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To: VirginiaConstitutionalist
I hereby delete your comment and will make sure that all your remarks, intelligent and humorous as the are, will be relegated to obscurity and utter oblibvion.

Or so goes the editorial policy of CNN about Duncan Hunter.

Nope, no "conspiracy," just an undemocratic editorial policy.

Send more.

127 posted on 11/30/2007 4:32:02 PM PST by Candor7 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Baghdad_(1258))
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To: AuntB
CNN is an ugly train wreck. . .or should be.

Guess they could not remove all the frauds; or there would have been no debate for 'rerun'.

128 posted on 11/30/2007 4:54:43 PM PST by cricket (Just say N.O. to U.N..)
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To: potlatch

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Butter & garlic & cranberry

Fava beans on the side.....


129 posted on 11/30/2007 5:00:20 PM PST by devolve (---- -Secret_Asian_Man_&_Dr.No-No_Sorass_-)
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To: Mad_Tom_Rackham
It’s like the old USSR is running the debates.

Yep. The 21st Century CNN version of the Stalinist air brush.

130 posted on 11/30/2007 5:36:34 PM PST by CDB (Michael Yon is the Ernie Pyle of the War on Terror)
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To: AuntB

Sargeant: Do you think I'm sexy Gump?

Gump: Sir, yes sir.

Sargeant: I can't hear you!

Gump: Sir, yes sir!

131 posted on 11/30/2007 7:59:39 PM PST by Eric Blair 2084 (Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms shouldn't be a federal agency...it should be a convenience store.)
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To: AuntB
ROBERTS: So there's the question, and retired Army Brigadier General Keith Kerr joins me now this morning. We discovered after the debate last night that you are, in fact, a member of Hillary Clinton's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered steering committee. We did not -- we did a background check, and we found that you have not made any campaign contributions to any candidate. Does that still stand?

What kind of background check, I wonder? Has anyone from the CNN/YouTube Debates heard of Google? It sure didn't take long for other people to find out about this guy. "We did a background check" indeed.
133 posted on 12/01/2007 5:14:54 AM PST by publiusF27
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To: alrea
The scary thing about CNN is they believe they are unbiased.

Gwen Ifill asked Gloria Borger (who works for CNN now) on PBS's Washington Week in Review about the planted question(er), and Borger replied that CNN did vet the general but didn't discover the link to Hillary! -- although she didn't address whether CNN can't have known what the plant intended to ask the GOP candidates.

She said instead that it was a fair and good question to ask.

I conclude from the Ifill-Borger exchange that even liberals concede that it was a below-the-belt stunt that CNN is responsible for having failed to filter.

134 posted on 12/01/2007 9:03:25 AM PST by lentulusgracchus ("Whatever." -- sinkspur)
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To: cahome
So it was out there after all, and CNN had to know the guy was gay.

It's almost irrelevant whether the guy was connected to Shrillery.

It's like Fox hosting the Dems and springing a morals question from Pope Benedict or Billy Graham Jr., seeded in the audience incognito, as a ringer for John Q. Public.

135 posted on 12/01/2007 9:08:44 AM PST by lentulusgracchus ("Whatever." -- sinkspur)
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To: lentulusgracchus
It's like Fox hosting the Dems and springing a morals question from Pope Benedict or Billy Graham Jr., seeded in the audience incognito, as a ringer for John Q. Public.

“I think it’s pretty obvious, in retrospect, our search should have turned this up,” Jon Klein, the president of CNN’s domestic networks, said in an interview.

136 posted on 12/01/2007 12:47:56 PM PST by alrea ("I think the surge is working." Rep. John Murtha)
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To: AuntB

Send more!!!

&&
I love it. Hunter is THE MAN!


137 posted on 12/01/2007 1:48:19 PM PST by Bigg Red (Duncan Hunter in 2008!)
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To: AdmSmith; Berosus; Convert from ECUSA; dervish; Ernest_at_the_Beach; Fred Nerks; KlueLass; ...
In a statement published in a November 29 post on CNN's Political Ticker blog, CNN senior vice president David Bohrman, the executive producer of the debate, apologized for selecting Kerr's question, given his campaign affiliation: "We regret this, and apologize to the Republican candidates. We never would have used the General's question had we known that he was connected to any presidential candidate."
Nothing like having your cake and eating it too, eh?
138 posted on 12/03/2007 7:04:23 PM PST by SunkenCiv (Profile updated Friday, November 30, 2007____________________https://secure.freerepublic.com/donate/)
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To: AuntB
What I would have liked a candidate to say: "Our military exists to protect this country and win wars. To the extent that it provides employment and career opportunities, that's a bonus, but it must not detract from its primary mission. Military command believes that allowing overt homosexuals into the military would reduce its effectiveness, and I see no reason to doubt their judgment." Such an answer would undermine liberal claims of "depriving the military of good people", "putting religion into government", etc. and would also help expose liberals' true agenda.
139 posted on 12/04/2007 10:28:10 PM PST by supercat (Sony delenda est.)
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To: Political Junkie Too
In a related story, CNN reports that we have never been at war with Oceania, we are at war with Eastasia.
-PJ

we are Oceania BTW LOL

140 posted on 12/05/2007 3:08:40 PM PST by Nat Turner (Proud two term solider in the 2nd Infantry Div 84-85; 91-92)
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To: Political Junkie Too
In a related story, CNN reports that we have never been at war with Oceania, we are at war with Eastasia.

When I first read 1984, some 30 years ago, I found the logic of the author bizarre. I now recognize Orwell as a seer. He was right.

141 posted on 12/09/2007 8:25:36 PM PST by cpdiii
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To: Nat Turner

Old Think, New Think, Double Think


142 posted on 12/09/2007 8:28:55 PM PST by cpdiii
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