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    That diffidence was in evidence last night when CNN's John King opened the debate with a question for Newt Gingrich about his ex-wife's contention that he had proposed an open marriage. Gingrich was appalled that King would start off on such a sordid subject. Frankly, so was I. It was a boneheaded move that could have only resulted in precisely what happened. Gingrich would assert his outrage, the audience would explode with approval, and King would look like an idiot. What other possible outcome could King and CNN have imagined when they brainstormed that idea? It was, plain and simple, a gift to Gingrich.

    John King will be rewarded handsomely by the GOP for his assistance to the Gingrich campaign.

    The Republican Party is now the sworn enemy of the United States of America.

    Listen to All Over The Place - we play all kinds of music!

    by TheGreatLeapForward on Sat Jan 21, 2012 at 05:31:36 AM PST

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      I remember CNN's John Roberts reporting from a global warming conference about those emails, going on and on and on about them, but when the emails turned out to be false/taken out of context--crickets from CNN or Roberts.  I always considered that live remote to be Roberts' Fox resume tape...and sure enough guess where he went?

      "Coming up next, a Democratic congressman criticizes the Tea Party. And if you think that's outrageous, wait 'til you hear what he said."--actual commercial break tease heard on Fox News

      by dwayne on Sat Jan 21, 2012 at 08:31:34 AM PST

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