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  •  Paula Zahn approves of torture (none)
    at least she did when they were discussing it right after 9/11 on CNN. The old justification: 'What if American lives were at stake' was being discussed and Paula chimed in 'what about beatings?' twice. I cannot overlook that.

    Hell, even Ann Coulter disdained torture, saying 'It just doesn't work.' [maybe she had some first hand experience? :-( ]

    •  At which end of the whip? (none)
      ;-)

      "You don't lead by pointing and telling people some place to go. You lead by going to that place and making a case." - Ken Kesey

      by Glinda on Thu Jan 06, 2005 at 04:34:53 AM PST

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    •  Really? (none)
      Sounds inappropriate.  However, I would be surprised if she wasn't just playing "devil's advocate."  I see her do that with both sides on a fairly even basis.

      I suppose I should disclose that I might be a tad biased about her.  I knew her (not well) back in Naperville, IL.  She was in my high school graduating class.  Paula was a super brain, not stuck on herself (unspoiled, even) and nice to everyone.  Salutorian of the class.  A diligent and serious student, she used to enter beauty contests to get scholarship money for college.

      She is one of the very few reporters on TV who seems to have no agenda.  To me, anyway.  But, again, I have a pre-conceived notion of her.

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