This is CNN

posted at 7:51 am on October 23, 2006 by Bryan

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The only spanking going on there was by Michelle and Ted Turner’s the one who’s rear is rosy red right now (disturbing visual – I know).

Michelle kicks a**. The American soldier has no better friend. Well done Michelle. God bless.

sbvft contributor on October 23, 2006 at 10:30 PM

Great Vent Michelle! We need this reporting and content!

What do to about a news network that is more intersted in spreading anti-American propaganda and influencing elections by their bias rather than fair and accurate reporting?

Boycott CNN, and their sponsors, of course. Is that all we can do? Is that all there is?

Perhaps in addition to identifying MSM propaganda channels we should also be made aware of the commercial sponsors who are funding these outrages. It would give me pleasure to know who those sponsors are, make a point of avoiding their products, and informing the reason for this action.

Suggestion: we need to know who the commecial sponsors are.

omegaram on October 23, 2006 at 10:34 PM

“Spanked?” Are you kidding me?

Michelle on October 23, 2006 at 9:52 PM

Naw, you did great. I watched it.

KP got spanked. [ducking]

dinasour on October 23, 2006 at 10:50 PM

I very certain that an organized state militia will have effective but very limited progress in this conflict because of it’s very nature. This global conflict is a war between Ideas and Societies. The States baggage of political correctness and the resulting self restrictions will eventually make the military ineffective in Iraq and anywhere else in the world where we are in colfict that regions culture and idealogies. This is because we keep apoligizing for American Social values and lean back on limited technologies and tactics to take up the slack for lack of moral integrity.
The military is left to fight elusive idealogical civilian militias that are becoming well funded trained by idealogical states who oppose American social values. Rules of engagment are limited only one side of this conflict while the other side is free to engage in any tactic it deams demoralizing. Well equipped and funded Private non-state militias provide one of the only real counters to this conflict in Iraq. The stat militia should be focused on other states not current non states. Private militians are not bound by the geneva convention nor by a political correctness culture. They are well disciplined, free to be creative and apapt faster and can penetrate deeply into these groups. Our ememies no longer fear a state militia. They see no value in individuals as compared to the needs of the greater needs of a god, the state, or the race.

Two towers. Two worlds.
One world believed in truth and freedom of men, the towers worthy of men, they errected them.
The other world, lived in fear and fantasy, condeming men to be worthless, then wrecked them.
Which world do you live in?

Egfrow on October 24, 2006 at 12:30 AM

My wife and I both watched Michelle and Kirsten on Bill O’Reilly regarding CNN’s outrageous snuff piece.

We both agree that CNN’s behavior is outrageous and should not be allowed of a news organization who has headquarters on US soil and who benefits from the prosperity and relative safety and comfort of the United States of America.

When will CNN show the Mohammad cartoons, or film the raving, rabid babbling of the Friday Night sermons in the mosques, the sermons in which the faithful are called to arms to kill Jews, eliminate Israel from the face of the earth, and kill all infidels, Christians, Jews, Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains, Europeans, Americans, and so on?

When will CNN film al Qaeda or the Taliban, or any other Muslim influenced militant sado-homicidal maniac blood and death cult members carrying out the kidnapping, torture, and murder of men, women, and children, including other Muslims, throughout the world?

How about CNN filming and broadcasting the preaching of misogynist acts in which Muslim men are taught the proper way to beat their wives and other forms of debasement and abuse of women?

You mean CNN won’t show such material?

I did not think so.


William2006 on October 24, 2006 at 1:59 AM

Good vent Michelle,

I do not watch CNN anymore (have not for the past few years) I just let my fingers do the walking on the remote to other channels.

Proudandugly on October 24, 2006 at 4:35 PM