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CNN, John McCain's camp at odds following confrontational Campbell Brown interview

In one of those moments a network executive would excitingly term "great TV," CNN's Campbell Brown and John McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds clashed on air Monday over vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin's foreign policy credentials.

Tensions -- and voices -- rose after the anchorwoman told Bounds that she was just "trying to get someone from the campaign to explain what foreign policy experience [Palin] has." Bounds repeatedly skirted the question, choosing instead to criticize Barack Obama's lack of executive experience.

"All right, Tucker," Brown said as she ended the segment with a broad, sarcastic smile. "I'm just going to give it to ya, baby."

The clip was much in demand today -- and, CNN revealed, the McCain camp made clear it was not pleased.

This afternoon, anchorman Wolf Blitzer announced on air that McCain's planned interview with Larry King tonight had been canceled by the campaign. Blitzer said McCain aides complained that Brown had gone "over the line" in her grilling of Bounds.

McCain campaign spokeswoman Maria Comella later explained the cancellation with this sharply worded statement:

"After a relentless refusal by certain on-air reporters to come to terms with John McCain’s selection of Alaska’s sitting governor as our party’s nominee for vice president, we decided John McCain’s time would be better served elsewhere."

Meanwhile, ABC News announced that it would be broadcasting "the only interview" with McCain during the week's Republican National Convention. Charles Gibson will handle the questioning, and the network will dole it out -- parts will air Wednesday on "World News Tonight" and "Nightline" and Thursday on "Good Morning America."

UPDATE: Jon Klein, president of CNN, has issued a statement in support of Brown's interview. "Campbell Brown did what journalists do," Klein said Tuesday evening. "She asked fair and important questions in a respectful way and was simply trying to get a straight answer to a straightforward question."

-- Kate Linthicum

 
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You idiots call that unbiased reporting!!! A monkey could tell whose side she was on. The fact of the matter is, Sarah Palin has more experience than your lemonade stand running democratic nominee and what a desperate attempt to push liberal thinking once again. We are in deep trouble if you think that Barack Obama actually has a plan to move this country forward! Talk about rhetoric at its finest. Welcome to the world of democratic backwards thinking. Everyone and everything can do whatever they want, whenever they want, with no consequences as long as everyone is happy. Who needs laws and governing?? Be a democrat!

Kudos to Campbell Brown to doing that thing that journalists are rarely caught doing these days - journalism.
I watched in awe her interview with Tucker Bounds, and was so pleasantly surprised to watch her actually interviewing someone and not accepting tired talking points that don't really answer the question. No matter what your political leanings, the public should all rally behind the media simply doing their job. Ask the tough questions, dig up the hard truths - you have the resources to do so and the outlet to reach the masses. Present the public with those facts, and we can decide what it means for us as individuals.
This is simply about journalists doing their jobs and serving the American public, no matter what lame politician gets pissed off. It is so sad for our country that this is no longer the norm.
So my applause to Ms. Brown for not backing down. I thought the days of hard journalism were over. But Ms. Brown made my day, and made me hopeful again. This isn't about politics, liberals or conservatives, Obama or McCain. This about journalism, and Ms. Brown proved real journalists might just still be out there. I implore her to continue doing the hard work and hope she knows that she has solid support amongst those of us who just want less spin, and more truths.

Quote: "I never in a million years thought I would be adding my own comments, but here goes it. First off, I am not committed to any presidential party as of yet, therefore, I am not partial to any one side. Second, I believe for the educated obvious reason, that those who congratulate Ms. Brown are those who undoubtedly do so on a partial basis.

This, Ms. Brown/Tucker situation is not about the questions and the alleged unprepared response of the Republican party, and this is not about the Republicans "running from CNN." I watched the entire segment unfold and I was appalled. I kept thinking, out loud, as Ms. Brown kept hammering her questions in the interruptive fashion that she continued, "would you just shut up and let him talk." I was really wondering what CNN would be thinking of this disgrace, of Ms. Brown's hostility, of Ms. Brown's very personal agenda, of Ms. Brown's lack of professionalism and if that was not enough, of Ms. Brown's conclusive "baby" remark. Wow! Unprofessionalism at its best. Ms. Brown, this is very personal for you, isn't it? I have been noting your biased opinions for a long time. I just laughed at how miserable it must be to actually feel so jealous to the point that you literally lose control. I wonder, what got under your skin? This situation was intolerant and hostile, and I would say quite embarrassing. Your colleagues and station know this as well. I can see the "clean up" they are trying to do on your behalf in spite of the fact that John Klein "says" he supports you.

John Klein; bad move not to acknowledge to the public a poor performing employee such as Ms. Brown. Anyway, have it your way Mr. Klein, things have a way of working out in the end. Although I am including an opinion, its really no skin off my back. I can only change what I have control over and I decide for starters to just tune you and yours out. You have had plenty of time to quell Ms. Brown, this situation is not a first, its just the "straw that broke the camels back." She has been disgusting for a long time. I hope, John Klein, you reprocess your priorities."

Posted by: Anita A. | September 05, 2008 at 02:14 PM

how come you are not going after biden religon like you are going after palin. i realize cnn are for the democrate, it is ashame you don't play fair i use to watch you all the time the operative word is use to.

WHY WOULD CAMPBELL BROWN GIVE SO MUCH TIME TO SARAH PALIN??? JUST BECAUSE SHE HAS JUST COME ON THE SCENE IS NO FAULT OF THE OTHER CANDIDATES. EVERYONE SHOULD GET THE SAME AIR TIME.
A REPUBLICAN WHO MAY VOTE DEMOCRAT, RATHER THAN HAVE A WAR MONGER LIKE MC CAIN RUNNING THIS COUNTRY.

Personally I have found Campbell Brown one of the worst journalist yet that CNN has employed. Why is she so angry all the time? The tone of her voice is annoying to say the least, always having that elitist attitude toward everything she reports. It amazes me how she, along with so many other female CNN journalists are so upset with this new Republican VP choice, Sarah Palin. One can watch and feel the negative energy as it is reported about this newcomer. I cannot imagine she will last long in this prime time slot. Hopefully CNN will take note from MSNBC when they announced demoting that Keith O and Chris Matthews... long overdue. Cable and Network News need to get back to basics and employ objective professional journalist instead of scratching around at the bottom of the barrel! of bias reporting. Stop creating the news and becoming the center of it and just report the FACTS!! THAT is what your audience wants...

Okay,I've read many of the comments.
1. Yes, Sarah Palin is being drug around in the dirt because she is a Republican woman and how dare the person call Sarah a Caribou Barbie! That is one of the most sexist comments, yet. Also, for the one who called her "trailer trash" that just shows to me that it is not the Republicans who are elitists but the Democrats.This should be very offensive to those whose homes are trailers and who don't make a six figure income.
2.It keeps coming up about the Bridge to Nowhere. Obama has ALSO been in favor of MANY things and then changed his mind....Israel/Pakistan...Russian/Georgia, etc. but NO-ONE dwells on that. In fact, he can't make a decision; he just goes with the flow after asking dozens of advisors. He is charmismatic, I will give him that but charisma isn't what we need. Some of you mentioned that McCain's heroism doesn't qualify him for the White House...well,okay then...neither does being a charismatic celebrity. Obama would be a great film star. He loves the spotlight. He's an eloquent speaker. I've heard that John McCain is not. Hmmm...someone who's become good at smoothly eloquent speaking probably has learned to make words work for him and twist them when necessary and people won't even notice.
3. I've noticed that some are comparing Palin's lack of experience and background to Obama. How come they are not doing the same comparison on McCain and Obama? Why is Joe Biden not the one that is being compared to her? At least, I have not seen much to that;maybe someone can fill me in on somewhere I could see this.
4. It seems Palin has so many sins in her life and McCain, too. Then,I guess the Democrats are without sin. They are presenting themselves as perfect. Too bad the voters are not nearly as perfect as Obama. In the Bible, there was a story about an adulteress that was getting ready to be stoned to death. Jesus told them "Let he who is without sin cast the first stone." The Dems have done a great job of casting the stones and hitting Palin.
And, let's not forget the Democrat who was President, and even though I'm not a Democrat, he did a decent job of the duties in office, yet he was an adulterer while in the office that he was elected to, disappointing Americans, but in this whole election,no one, not even the Republicans (except this one) has brought that up;(which is right thing NOT to do)maybe, it is because we all have skeletons in our closet. Have you ever thought what would come out if you ran for office?
5. The newstands are full of articles tearing Palin down, but I've yet to see the faces of Obama (the liberal media's little darling) or Joe Biden on the covers presented in a negative way. I agree with one blogger who said that these publications are only ruining themselves. Let's do real journalistic reporting...report the facts, Jack on both sides, both negative and positive and let the readers decide. I would absolutely LOVE to see an article in a mag that compares Obama to McCain and in the same mag Palin to Biden, side by side on issues, skeletons in the closets, biographies, awards and honors....maybe in the form of resumes so the American public could compare and then at the polls hire the ticket they think would be the best for the job.
6. Finally, and then, I'm through. I understand it may be good to understand the candidates' views based on their faith but it is a little undeserving to undermine one for "praying" that God's will be done. Our country was founded on a faith in the One True God, The Creator and our laws and values were built upon the Christian faith, but now, it's not politically correct to be a Christian,no one must renounce their deep beliefs in order to please everyone. I couldn't see one bit of hatred in the video that has been circulating where she spoke at her church in Alaska. Praying for someone does not cause hatred or racism or sexism. Their beliefs in their faith did not say they hated gays,only that they would be praying for them. And, in the privacy of a church building, they may do whatever (within the law) that they believe. Now that Obama has disowned his pastor, no one has mentioned anymore about how that church shaped his views. They are afraid to because of the venomous rhetoric that came from the pastor's mouth. Does anyone know what Biden believes;have they gone to a church he attends or does he attend one? What about McCain? What are his religious values? So, then, why does that play into the equation with Palin? I could understand if she were part of an anti-government,hate religion. The most she could be convicted of in her faith is saying that she believes in praying to God, asking His will for the country. Go back in history to other presidents; many were men who prayed or sought God's will. At least, the great ones did.
Thank you, both Republicans and Democrats for letting me air my feelings. How, sometimes I wish we didn't have parties. I can't stand the division and hatred that ensues. Especially when we say "United we stand, Divided we fall." Let's just let each other vote our consciences or faith or whatever standard and quit yelling at each other. I really hope that people in other countries don't read our comments because it will show the United States are not so united after all. And...I will be praying for this election, that God will put in the candidates He wants (and, although I will vote Republican which is voting based on my faith) I know that whichever party gets in will be because God put them there "for such a time as this" and I will relax and support the Preident of the United States and respect the office.

Campbell Brown, I think that your interview with Tucker Bounds was wonderful. If I could get news like that everyday I would be so pleased. Don't you let no one stop you from asking the tough questions. As ordinary citizens, we can't ask them those type of questions. Please continue to ask both candidates and their vp choices great questions like that. WOW I Loved It!!!

I think it's sexist of the McCain campaign to use Sarah Palin's sex a trump card; they want you to think that they are all for sexual equality, but their actions clearly speak louder than their words. The idea that she is being singled out because she's a woman is offensive, especially since they are trying to use her gender as a reason for NOT grilling her: ie, "She's a woman, so go easy on her."

Isn't Campbell Brown the vicious witch that passed horrid comments about Mrs. Quayle's teeth back in the day? And, note, she doesn't smile, she snarls, baring her teeth. She is an attack dog that should be thrown off the air just for being so annoyingly leftist. I am guessing Eleanor Clift is her idol. Both make no sense.

The left-wing-liberal clowns of CNN from Campbell Brown to even Larry King were talking about "lipstick and pigs" last night - on the eve of the anniversarry of the Septenber 11th arracks.

Shame on you CNN that you could not have at least honored this day by having perhaps a special Larry King program honoring the innocent people who died on that day. Insted he decided to address the issue "lipstick and pigs". Yeah, I say that in this case the pigs were he and his two liberal witches on his panel.

Shame on you all at CNN for being a disfrace to serious journalism - for being a didgrace in the eyes of the relatives of the people who died on 9/11 and in the eyes of out troops. You are running so freaking scared that you would not even talk about Sept 11 and on top of that you have the idiot Michael Moore on the Larry Kinf show today - on the annibersarry of 9/11. But that's OK - we did not expect you to be more patriotic than your leader - Obama bin Biden!

Shame on all 24-hour "News for Dummies" networks and their leadership especially Jon Clown - as in Jon Klein - the President of CNN.

Reply to "obamacratic":

Miss Obnoxious - Campbel Brown - sooner or later will have the same luck as MSNBC's Keith Olbermann, who was demoted just a few days ago for being Mr. Obnoxious!!!!!!

We want the idiots of all 24 hour "news dor dummies" networks to give us just the facts - not creating the news according to their personal political adgendas.

Miss Brownnose is the worse of all journalists in the history of CNN...she is a disgrace to serious journalism.

Quote: "Hey Cambell Brown baby!!...I think the media should let Palin speak for herself. Obviously, after last nights exercise in the proverbial "slam-dunk" she is quite capable of delivering a defense. The pressure put on the Republican Tucker by the media was uncalled for. Tucker, as well as the rest of the Republican party, cannot be held accountable at a time when the entire nation let alone Republican representatives were in a stage of discovery in regards to the VP nominational pick by Senator John McCain.

Let me tell you something CNN.. And the National Enquirer too.. If you think that your biased pro Democratic political views will even be considered on election day..keep digging your graves. Every action by the media as to unfair,unequal opinion by commentators(or so called Journalists) that have a personal agenda, and readily participate in invasive private and personal probing,will only take away from the Democratic Partys American Patriotism and sense of fair play.

God Bless America.. God Bless John McCain,, Sarah and Trig too... and god bless Barack Obama. After the beating last night he could use a little help."

Posted by: Drummond1 | September 04, 2008 at 08:05 AM


Yes, indeed...With McCain surging in the latest polls, Obama can use the intervention of some Divine power besides the daily intervention by...Ms. Brownnose!

Campbell Brown has every right to grill the candidates and members of their campaign staff. The point you are all missing is that Campbell Brown wouldn't dream of unleashing questions like this on Sen. Obama or anyone from his staff. If any of you can cite even one example of this, please post. Campbell is an embarrassment to watch - she is no journalist.

Quote: Once again the liberal non-Christian dictators are telling women what’s in their best interests and that Palin is not a good women. I am sick of bogus misleading and lying liberals. They are the worst thing to have happen to America in our lifetime. The thought and voting police are out in full force trying to tell women who to vote for. Effectively trying to control the women right of individual assessment and control of their individual vote thru lies and distortion projected thru a bias media and internet blogs.

Palin is extremely successful, strong; a determined woman who has the potential to become 1st seed material for future political office like heading ticket in future against Clinton. They are scared and they now the impact of letting an alternate vision of leadership of moral clarity and reflection for women. They are scared to hell of religious, community serving, moral and successful women who raise children and attend church and are soccer/hockey mom types rallying against the self-centered, elitist, moral deficient types that say they are the current leaders of the women movement.

Palin has 13 years of elected office, given birth five times, loved her country as much as her husband, fought corruption in her own party, dealt with relations with two countries that are direct neighbors of her state. She smashed the big oil good old boy system with her straight talk approach in leadership in Alaska. She risked death to fight corrupt men in the Alaska government whom were so corrupt they could have eliminated the threat using evil force.

She is a hero and a joy to all women’s hopes and as a Christian Man I love her and trust her as my vice-president or president in my future.

NObama is going to fad away like Dukakus. Did you notice he flip floped to support the surge this week. Now he flip floped to support not removing the Bush tax cuts! He’s blaming it on a recession that he thinks we are in.

News flash we are not in a recession because of the Bush tax cuts he opposed.

We don’t you report the facts corrupt and bias liberal media. Shame on you. If I were McCain and Palin I would never answer questions from the media only Townhall meetings would be on my schedule.

Go Palin!

Comment by Graduate Student - September 12, 2008 at 8:15 am


The Wall Street Journal Blogs

http://blogs.wsj.com/politicalperceptions/2008/09/12/political-wisdom-rating-the-palin-performance-on-abc/?mod=googlenews_wsj

So Republicans/conservatives are condemning Campbell Brown, a CNN reporter, for insisting that Tucker Bounds, spokesman for the so-called "Straight Talk" candidate, answer a direct question honestly.

I don't hear conservatives protesting when Fox News reporters press Democrats for straight answers. Nor do I hear conservatives protesting when Fox distorts the truth and lies outright to promote Republican interests.

Hypocrisy is ugly. Stop it.

Joseph Goebles would be proud of Campbel Brown and so would Joseph Stalin and the late Saddam Hussein.
CNN is the best source for Ultra-left propaganda and
America bashing.Elitist arrogants,gay marriage fans,
atheists and nostalgics of the gulag assemble there topromote The Soros and ACLU agenda.All that must
remain sacred and unshakeable is tared and feathered
by the most vicious and best team of spiritual pestilence
advocates on the air.

All I can say Campbell is that Tim would be very disappointed in you. Very!
No more CNN for me.

I sat, enamored, and enjoyed every minute of Campbell Brown's interview. It's very amusing reading the right-wing conservative bible-slinging! gun-toting uneducated masses cry about how mean Ms. Brown was.

Had it been Bill O'Reilly spinning his way into your hearts - certainly not your minds - you'd be applauding.

Now I am.

What is obvious to CNN viewers is the fact that Campbell Brown is for Obama all the way. She was very rude during an interview with Ms. Rothchild a few moments ago. I found this interview to be very unprofessional. Campbell wouldn't let Ms. Rothchild finish a sentence before she blurted in. It would be more professional were she to just say, "Hey, I'm for Obama and I can't help it."

Campbell Brown must have been trained by Jack Cafferty. She is just about as biased as he is. There is no fair and balanced at CNN. i did not see the Tucker Carlson interview. I understand it was about Sarah Palin's foreign poliicy credentials. She forgot to mention that her messiah Barack Hussein Obama does not have any foreign policy creditentials. Barack is running for president. Palin for vice president. Which is worse? I was apalled at the way she treated a Hillary Clinton supporter Rothschild who came out and now supports McCain. She was outright hostile toward. She was mad that Rothschild won't support Obama. What a jerk. She should be fired.

Hello Campbell,
Nice job, you always seem to keep things neutral and call it the way it is. Thank you for your segment on Palin concerning McCain sheltering her. I agree we need the press to have full access to her to really find out what she is all about. I also agree she seems to be a strong woman and can take the questions...if not she may not be what we are looking for in a leader. I have been a Republican for over 30 years but the continuing escapades of McCain is becoming very embarrassing to even a hard core Republican as myself....now he is off to Washington and going to just skip the debate??? This is a terrible mistake for us.... I feel he must debate Obama this Friday in order for us to prove we have the leadership and abilities to continue to be the incumbents.
ANYWAY, GREAT JOB CAMBELL keep up the good work!!!
Thanks
Rocky
A truly Embarassed Republican

Miss Obnoxious - Campbel Brown - sooner or later will have the same luck as MSNBC's Keith Olbermann, who was demoted just a few days ago for being Mr. Obnoxious!!!!!!

We want the idiots of all "24 hour news for dummies" networks to give us just the facts - not creating the news according to their personal political agendas.

Miss Brownose is the worse of all journalists in the history of CNN...she is a disgrace to serious journalism.

WHO is Campbell Brown....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campbell_Brown

http://www.hillaryclintonforum.net/discussion/showthread.php?t=27154

Quote: "In 1999, her father James H. "Jim" Brown Jr. was indicted for lying to the FBI during a routine investigation and served time in a Federal prison and resigned his post, he is an expert on Louisiana politics. [6]

On April 2, 2006, Brown married her second husband Daniel Samuel Senor (born 1971), a Republican consultant who regularly appears on Fox News.[7][8] Brown converted to Judaism, her husband's faith;[9] the two were married in an Orthodox Jewish ceremony.[10]

On June 24, 2007, Brown announced on Weekend Today that she and her husband were expecting their first child.[11] On December 18, Brown gave birth to a son, Eli James Senor, named after his grandfather, James Senor.
Her first marriage was to Peregrine "Pere" Roberts, President of TSC Realty in Bethesda, MD. "


To Campbell Brown I say:

What goes around comes around, BABY !!!

I am Natasha of NY and approve this message


Hillary Clinton Forum

http://www.hillaryclintonforum.net/discussion/showthread.php?t=27154

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Campbell_Brown

Let’s Take A Look At Campbell Brown’s Family
by Dave Gibson (9/4/08)

A few days ago, CNN anchor Campbell Brown went on a very personal attack against Republican Vice-Presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. McCain campaign spokesman Tucker Bounds was giving Brown an interview, when she decided to place the focus of the conversation on the Governor’s 17-year old daughter Bristol, who is pregnant.

Brown said: “Tucker, though, this obviously putting this young woman, Bristol Palin smack in the media spotlight at what’s already got to be a very challenging time in her life. I mean, how do you respond to people who wonder why her mother would have subjected her to this scrutiny by accepting this high-profile position?”

Brown went on to say: “I recognize that in an ideal world, it would be private. You know, this is a presidential campaign. Nothing is private. The world is watching and if we, you know, as much as everyone might want to give this young woman her privacy, you know that’s not going to happen. And so you do risk putting her through an incredibly difficult process by accepting this job if you’re her mother. You can’t deny that, right?”

Well, this is obviously not an ideal world. Nor is it any longer a world in which the press gives legitimate, unbiased coverage to any and all candidates. This is in fact, now a world in which the press has decided to join the side of the leftist Democrat Party, and attack the Republican Party. Night after night, that same press ignores the fact that Barack Obama launched his political career at the home of unrepentant Weather Underground terrorist William Ayers, while attacking the parenting skills of Sarah Palin.

Since CNN’s Campbell Brown has changed the rules of the game, and it is now evidently appropriate for the mainstream media to question a candidate’s parenting skills and focus on the behavior of the candidate’s family...Then it is also fair to examine the behavior of those related to those members of the press who pose such questions.

In 2003, CNN’s Campbell Brown’s father Jim Brown served six months in federal prison, after being convicted of lying to a federal agent, during a fraud and conspiracy investigation involving Cascade Insurance Co. At the time, Jim Brown was serving as the insurance commissioner of Louisiana, a position which he was forced to resign after the U.S. Supreme Court refused his appeal for the second time. Brown continued that position’s legacy, as the two previous insurance commissioners were convicted of taking bribes and illegal campaign contributions from insurance companies, and still sit in federal prison.

So I would pose this question to Campbell Brown: Since the world is watching you...Do you think it is fair to your father to place this kind of scrutiny on him, since he is a convicted federal criminal? I mean, I know that it has to be painful for him. So don’t you think that you should have ended your journalistic career after he was convicted and resigned in disgrace? You want to be a good daughter don’t you?

We are currently seeing the most illegitimate campaign coverage in U.S. political history. We have seen so-called journalists become nothing more than cheerleaders for the left, and press secretaries for Barack Hussein Obama. In fact, I believe that the Obama campaign should have to list the glowing coverage provided by MSNBC as an in-kind campaign contribution!

I as a true conservative, now find myself in the unusual and uncomfortable position of defending the Republican Party presidential nominee. However, when the left-wing ignores major issues, and so alters their coverage to paint the Democrat as basically the next messiah, and stoops so low as to attack a child...I have no choice.

If those who often cheer for our enemies and hate this nation so much that they would refuse to report the truth as it relates to the success of our troops, as well as to the more than questionable past of Barack Hussein Obama, no one who loves this country has any choice but to support Senator John McCain and Governor Sarah Palin.

http://newsbyus.com/index.php/article/1440

No governor has Foreign Affairs experience. Duh! And no Senator has Executive experience. Duh!
Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and yes George W Bush, all governors, all with no foreign affairs experience all elected president. Add to that list FDR.
So what the $%#@ is Campbell Brown doing?
With all the 24/7 News Channels available why is there so little objective straight news. The problem of this self involved narcissistic news pundits is we the American people are being told what to think. Like an older sibling telling us that they 'know' better. I teach Economics and American History, I believe that I can interpret the news on my own just fine, thank you. Hearst said, 'You provide the pictures and I'll provide the war" as a way of creating a news event to sell more newspapers. I'm going to stick to NPR and the BBC, no one is profiting there from news events and trying to create them either.

Against the backdrop of the worst economy since the Great Depression, and with the electorate polarized as never before, Mr. McCain cannot hope to win by tilting primarily towards conservative hot-button issues. This election is likely to be decided by relatively moderate and independent voters, and their top three concerns are, in descending order: (1) The Economy, (2) The Economy, and (3) The Economy.

http://doctorwascher.com

Cambell Brown is a narrow minded liberal. She is completely biased, that's why she has to say her show is no bias or bull. Her questions about McCain/Palin are always negative, where's the tough questions about Biden/Obama???? She is full of bull.

The problem with this segment is that Sarah Palin isn't running for President...JOHN MCCAIN is!! Why are people questioning Gov. Palin's foreign policy expirience when Barak Obama has NONE AT ALL!!!?? Sarah Palin has more executive expirience than Obama, Biden, and McCain. Campbell Brown is a joke of a journalist! She wants to be taken seriously, but she's just a pawn on a far left cable station. I can't say "cable news network", because they report their own version of the news. Why are people so hypnotized by Obama? He can lie, and no one challenges him. It's the oddest thing. It's like some Americans are blind to reason and logic. I mean really, what reality are you living in if you think Obama is fit to be President?!

Campbell Brown is a biased left wing liberal supporter of Barack Hussein Obama. I saw the interview with Rothchild who was a Hillary Clinton supporter who now supports McCain. She was getting hostile toward Rothchild. So much for her show No Bias No Bull which the so called independent Lou Dobbs calls her. She is a arrogant biased B____h Nothing but a scumbag.

WAKE UP MR. PRESIDENT!

MR. PRESIDENT, IT IS STUPID TO ASK STATES TO PUT UP MONEY
TO GET FEDERAL MONEY. STATES HAVE NO WAY TO GET MONEY
EXCEPT FROM TAXES. THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS THE ABILITY TO CREATE MONEY, AND IT SHOULD.

EVERY LITTLE COUNTRY OF THE WORLD HAS THE POWER TO
CREATE MONEY; NOT ONE OF THE FIFTY UNITED STATES HAVE
THE POWER TO CREATE MONEY.

MONEY HAS TO BE CREATED BEFORE ITS EQUIVALENT VALUE
CAN BE PRODUCED. MONEY SHOULD ALWAYS BE AVAILABLE
FOR CREATING GOODS AND SERVICES.

IF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT HAD LISTENED TO REPUBLICANS, ALL
OF US WOULD BE MARCHING TO THE GERMANY GOOSE STEP.
REPUBLICANS ARE TO BE PITIED, BUT IGNORED.

WHILE THE WORLD WALLOWED IN DEPRESSION, ADOLF HITLER WENT TO GREAT EXTREMES TO GAIN CONTROL OF THE
MONEY SUPPLY; AND THEN CREATED THE MONEY NEEDED TO PUT ALL THE PEOPLE TO WORK PRODUCING GOODS AND SERVICES. MR. PRESIDENT, ARTICLE 1, SECTION 8, OF THE CONSTITUTION GIVES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
ALL THE POWER NEEDED TO PUT ALL THE PEOPLE BACK TO WORK OR BACK IN SCHOOL. THIS RECESSION IS A PRODUCT OF IGNORANCE.


THE NATIONAL DEBT IS NOT NECESSARY. MONEY SHOULD BE TIED TO THE VALUE OF THE GOODS AND SERVICES THAT AMERICA'S HANDS AND MIND PRODUCE.

WE NEED TO GET OFF OF A GOLD STANDARD MENTALITY. WE DON'T NEED ANY OF CHINA'S MONEY. WE CAN NOT GO BANKRUPT UNLESS WE LET IGNORANCE RULE. WE CAN NATIONALIZE THE NATIONAL DEBT IF NECESSARY.


Hit'em hard and hit'em often Campbell. Wishey washey McCain in his last Senate Tour ,it's Haywood's season. Seal the Border now.

 
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