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(Some Guy)   CNN boss sends email to staff, reminding them to cover for disgraced Candy Crowley   ( dustinstockton.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Candy Crowley, CNN, garbage bins, Michelle Obama, Rose Garden, political corruption, Dan Rather  
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2012-10-19 08:39:22 PM  
Admins: Stop greenlighting your own blogs. We already know Fark's editorial stances.
2012-10-19 09:19:56 PM  
So if I have this straight, its ok for employers to threaten to fire employees who don't vote for Romney but when CNN tells its employers to not attack the debate moderator its somehow an outrage?
2012-10-20 02:52:52 PM  

Lou Brown: But because I believe (regardless of partisan bias) that the moderator should not attempt to fact check a debate in real-time due to the difficulties of doing so in a totally fair and unbiased manner

I have just the opposite view. That real time fact check was one of the most real moments in presidential debate history. It makes me want more real time fact checking, not less.
2012-10-20 07:22:32 PM  
Another whiny rightist blog.
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