Skip to comments.CNN anchor 'confesses' eco sins for Earth Day (Elitist Alert)
Posted on 04/24/2011 5:09:56 AM PDT by fuzzybutt
After watching this video , I wanted to throw something at the monitor. Ed Morrissey reports that CNN anchor T.J. Holmes "confessed" to being an eco criminal in his own life:
Hey, look, I'm Catholic - so I know a few things about confessions. The nice thing about Catholic confessions is that we celebrate that sacrament in private. The religious practice of Mother Gaia apparently dictates public shaming as a way to appease the deity for Earth Day, which is at least a little more entertaining than sacrificing a goat, and more economical than sacrificing T.J. Holmes' SUV. This CNN clip posted by Newbusters reminds me more of the background programming in the film 1984 with John Hurt, which had people on television confessing to thoughtcrime on a 24/7 basis, but then again, I'm not exactly up on the Gaia magisterium these days anyway.
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“Forgive me lord for I have sinned” Pompus arrogant a##wipes, but we already knew this!
I was beginning to like this guy until he apologised for what he should have been celebrating
I celebrated earth day by buying a new Tundra double cab pickup. With the V8 I feel I can now fully contribute to globull warming.
What a dolt. If he wants to conserve, he listed several areas where he could easily be more thrifty. They are his electric and gas bills, if he wants to pay more for his wasteful habits. But “confessing” his “sins”??? It’s like he feels guilty for being wasteful, but believes that by “confessing”, he doesn’t have to change.
Dangit. I want one of those. Can you adopt me? To celebrate earth day, put it in 4-wheel drive, climb a mountain and spin out and throw rocks at any liberals out hiking. A good rock-knock in the head might smarten them up.
Have a snacker
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