Sunday, November 13, 2011

CNN Formally Abdicates its Credibility

“We are in the business of kicking candidates out of the race.” - CNN host Howard Kurtz
Howard: CNN and all its media brethren are supposed to be in the business of objectively and dispassionately reporting the news. When you engage in the censoring of news, including the purposeful effective silencing of Presidential candidates such as Ron Paul, or anyone else, you do your viewership a vile disservice and you besmirch the very law that America's founders saw fit to enshrine as the First Amendment to the Federal Constitution to give you and your profession an indispensable protection from the Federal Government to tell the truth.

You - and those of your colleagues who think as you do - are thoroughly contemptible disgraces to your profession. It is my sincere hope that you lose what few viewers you have left, and along with them, your very livelihood. You are undeserving.


  1. MSNBC and CNN have picked up the partisan banner with unabashed glee during the run up to and throughout the Obama Presidency.

    So why watch their rantings?

    When you look at the numbers, there are a lot of people who don't watch their ranting anymore.

  2. I don't have a teevee. So 'tis easy to avoid CNN.

    : ]

  3. LL: Oh I don't watch 'em, except in airport lounges and on YouTube from time to time.

    CNN is a pale shadow of its former initial glory as a news outlet. as yesterday's news clearly demonstrates, they've dug their own grave. At this point Al Jazeera may have greater credibility than CNN.

    Ran: You're not missing much, but then I'm quite certain you already know that.

  4. So this Sandusky thing is kinda creepy...November 15, 2011 at 8:15 PM

    Hey, L: Gonna be back in your area code 'round Christmas, probably the week up until New Year.

  5. I know, LA, why do the airports always have CNN on the tube? Better if it was Fox News.

  6. Fox news would be marginally better, true. But I get a kick out of "Russia Today" and of course "Naked News," though I've long ago dropped my subscription to that iNews channel.