Thursday, April 16, 2009

DUmmies Praise Crazed CNN Reporter At Chicago Tea Party

Before you read any further, you MUST watch this incredible VIDEO of CNN reporter, Susan Roesgen, dropping even the slightest pretense of impartiality and arguing angrily with a Tea Party protester in Chicago. As soon as I saw this, I just KNEW this reporter would become a DUmmie heroine and I was not disappointed as you can see in this THREAD, "CNN Reporter at the Chicago Tea-Party." So let us now watch the CNN reporter and the DUmmies HOWL angrily at the Tea Party protesters in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, wondering what Susan Roesgen's DUmmie screen name is, is in the [brackets]:

CNN Reporter at the Chicago Tea-Party

[Ditching any sense of professionalism.]

She handled that really well, and took a very fine shot at Fox, too. I like her!

[But of course. She proved herself to be every bit as loony as a DUmmie.]

Now she also committed a cardinal never, ever get into a discussion with your audience. You let them speak...and then edit

[Edit them to make them look bad. Much more professional.]

She seems to be losing her cool a bit. But who can blame her. Keep exposing the idiots for what they are.


I got it worse than that in 91. I was a TV reporter in Oregon when Gulf War was going on. I had to cover a protest which at first was only those against. Those supporting were on other side of street and starting coming over to get in face on people protesting against. I was trying to interview some dude against the war and some moron who supported had a sign and hit me in the head with it. Fortunately, 2 cops in riot gear saw whole thing and cuffed the dude in a NY minute. He looked at me after cop cuffed him and I just smiled.

[I might be tempted to call BS on this story but as we have seen with CNN's Susan Roesgen, DUmmies can be reporters.]

Stupid reporter. STFU and let interviewee speak.

[Prepare for your Tombstoning party at high noon.]

Stupid interviewee. I'd cut him off too.

[Yeah! Never give the other side to express their POV.]

She needs to learn her 'craft.'

[That evidence will also be introduced against you at your high noon Tombstone ceremony.]

So..she's just supposed to let them spew their they did for 8 years!! My idea of an interview is ask a question..if they start stop them and state a fact that applies to the question you asked.

[Is that you, Susan Roesgen?]

Bravo to the reporter for saying Fox is promoting it and saying Fox is RW.

[Make her an honorary DUmmie if she isn't one already.]

Yes, maybe these other networks are starting to get an understanding .... of the dangers posed by the Faux News propaganda outlet.

[One of the dangers is being crushed in the ratings.]

She handled her job poorly.


I used to work with Susie, and she's been through a lot post-Katrina. I'm sure she got a lot of "Oooh, you work for the Communist News Network!" crap just by showing up with that logo on her mic. I think she handled that as well as could be expected -- considering that it was live TV. Go, Susie, go!

[Why does it NOT surprise me that a former CNN colleague of Susan Roesgen is now a DUmmie?]

Unfortunately, I think her attitude was aloof and she had an air of superiority. She was right but her attitude was unfortunate. I think that is too bad. I'd rather see objective coverage.

[She needs to learn to conceal her biases better.]

I LOVE her!!!

[Is a DUmmie wedding in the works?]


Anonymous Anon 1:50 said...

“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.” -Mahatma Gandhi

This movement is going ahead. The number of Tea Parties that excluded the crap politicians from the GOP (Michael Steele in Chicago being told to take a hike is classic!) will serve as a wake-up call for true conservatives.

It will be the moderates and independents that swing the balance back to sanity, reason and frugality.

It's a fresh wind.

They're already fighting us.

9:18 AM  
Anonymous Adam said...

I went to the Orlando Tea Party yesterday, it was a great time. There were reporters from 2 or 3 TV stations there, they and the demonstrators were pretty friendly with each other.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The funny thing is, nobody even knew this exchange occured...until it was reported on Fox News. Kind of like the tree falling in the woods...nobody would know if CNN reported it because they are all watching Fox.

7:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I was a TV reporter"... Why do the DUmmies always identify with the subject personally? It's a real turn off... like they make up lies to pump themselves up... eeek !!!

12:08 PM  
Anonymous DumbAss Tanker said...

DUmmies, even my lovable but unfortuantely-Leftie wife saw that and realized how completely over the top it was for a supposed "Reprter." If you can't even fool your own side....

6:22 PM  

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