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SUSAN ROESGEN OF CNN CALLED OUT ON HER BIASED REPORTING

Posted by politicalpartypooper on April 17, 2009

I’m sure by now, you’ve all seen the video of the brave CNN reporter, Susan Roesgen,  taking on the Far-right, radical extremist teabaggers, to show the world who they all are.

Below, you’ll find that clip, and then you’ll also see the rest of the clip, because after Kyra Phillips, in the studio of CNN,  broke from the live coverage on site, the cameras were still rolling at the rally.  The Left has been trying their best to put a negative spin on these rallies, but something happened as the cameras were rolling that puts their spin in question.  See for yourself as a lady at the rally calls the CNN correspondent out for her spin-targeting.

Judge for yourself.

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One Response to “SUSAN ROESGEN OF CNN CALLED OUT ON HER BIASED REPORTING”

  1. jenski42 said

    Two thoughts:

    1.) Hazards of protesting. Plain and simple. Ever hear of Code Pink? Not a fan of the group (or protests) because of this very reason. The media exists for nothing but ratings, and will get them by filming the biggest train wreck. Just read somewhere today that Markos tweeted that “this is why I hate when my side does protests.” So, make of that what you will.

    2.) I understand the woman’s anger, I do. I’m still waiting to hear an alternative plan, though. Does she have a plan for recovery that’s better than governmental economic advisers? At some point, we have to leave it in the hands of people who know better than us because they have studied the topic extensively.

    The thing that’s a bitch about tax dollars, is that once you pay them, you personally no longer have a say in where they go, except through elected officials. I know you think the party system is broken (an idea not without merit,) but what’s the alternative? 5 candidates run, and one person wins with 21% of the vote? IMHO, the best thing we can do is really try to get new people in there, and that can only be done by a true grassroots effort (a term that is quickly becoming one I would never like to hear again.)

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