The dressing down CNN deserves

Byline: | Category: 2008 Presidential Election, Media | Posted at: Friday, 30 November 2007

Couldn’t have said it any better myself:

[Wednesday] night’s fiasco was so thorough that it will take a while to settle in just how damaging it was to CNN’s reputation as a news organization. From the awful judgment displayed with the opening guitar serenade through the preposterous selection of topics and questions right to the stark reality that CNN either was easily and completely manipulated by the Dems with planted question after planted question or were totally complicit in the hijacking of a Republican debate designed to serve Republican primary voters about who ought to be the Republican nominee.

. . . this [is] premeditated mediocrity. The network had months to prepare and consider and execute. But even with all that time, it lacked the minimal talent necessary to produce a serious debate about important issues using new technology. All it could deliver was a carnival of bad taste, trick questions, and full frontal left wing bias.

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One Response to “The dressing down CNN deserves”

  1. Donna Locke Says:

    All it could deliver was a carnival of bad taste, trick questions, and full frontal left wing bias.

    That is too good, but you know CNN is incapable of shame in any such regard.