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CNN analysts have an identity problem.

Moonbats at CNN claim conservative Republicans are driving out moderates. This obviously caught my attention as it’s complete nonsense. There is, however, a pattern of this at CNN. Roland Martin, the biggest partisan hack to ever waste oxygen on my planet, couldn’t help himself and neither could Anderson “My hair is petrified” Cooper. I noticed it a few days ago, but here is an excerpt of a program that aired on November 2, 2009:

ANDERSON COOPER, CNN HOST: “First up, does the Republican Party have a room for moderates? State and local elections tomorrow may have profound national effects and President Obama and Sarah Palin are a big part of it. Two governors’ races may test the president’s ability to get others elected or turn into a referendum on his presidency with angry voters expressing local rage at national problems, namely the economy.

As for Sarah Palin, she, tea party protesters and other voices are front and center driving moderates out of the GOP. “Raw Politics” tonight with Tom Foreman.”

ROLAND MARTIN, CNN POLITICAL ANALYST: “There is no doubt you are seeing the beginnings of a civil war play out in terms of folks who are saying that we do not want moderates in terms of being involved in this party. What is very interesting is that you have these national Republican leaders who are backing an individual who knows nothing even about the local issues in that race.”

Driving out moderates? You know I could have swore Scozzafava is a tax-n-spend liberal? She’s a union-backing, pro-gay marriage, pro-abortion, ACORN-loving liberal. There is not, and never has been, anything moderate about her. You have to hold a fair amount of conservative values to be considered a moderate, idiots.

Maybe I’m too harsh. Perhaps Roland can help us out here:

MARTIN:”We also see this, Anderson. You have conservative Democrats. You have a Democratic Party has no problem having liberal Democrats, moderate Democrats and conservative Democrats. What the Republicans are saying is we don’t want any liberal or moderate Republicans. We only want conservative Republicans.”

Really!? John McCain, Lindsay Graham, John Boehner, Michael Steele aren’t moderates? These are the de-facto leaders of the Republican party, and you are saying we don’t want them? I smell something and it’s not roses.

Let’s be fair and look at the “mainstream” Democrats. You have Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, Barney Frank, Barrack Obama, etc. This is the face of the DNC — all unrepentent, unmitigated modern “liberals”.

It’s not that we have a problem with liberalism. It’s that we have a problem with what liberalism has become. The sooner you rid your party of collectivists and socialists (of all kinds) the better.

The demonization of conservatism continued on CNN tonight. During the election coverage the CNN boot-lickers continued to insinuate that Scozzafava was a moderate and conservative Republicans want them out. Some excerpts from the election coverage:

ANDERSON COOPER: “It’s also a battle for the future of the Republican Party. Are moderates still welcome? And what impact are Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, and others on the right having on the voting today?”

Later:

GERGEN: “The general proposition is — there’s now an effort — Dick Armey and these other folks are watching — to go up against 12 leading moderates in the race. And the conservatives want to knock them off.”

And then:

COOPER: “OK. But to that point, if they’re driving out moderates, how come, then, independents are voting overwhelmingly for Republicans this time around?”

I shouldn’t be surprised. Every time Reagan sided with a moderate, the jack-booted marxists swore it was a “liberal” he agreed with. Now anytime a conservative voices his/her displeasure with the extreme left, we’re alienating “moderates”.
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  1. kathy
    November 4, 2009 at 8:03 pm

    Well, the moderates throw in with the Liberals that’s the problem. I’m a 8-l2er (I dont care what anyone thinks about that) and we came to the conclusion that while it takes hard work and time to really be able to fill Democrat seats and Republican seats with real Conservatives, at present the best thing we can do is to pressure the Republicans and try the best we can to pressure our Democrats for their seats too. While we do that we Do have up and coming Candidates that are true Conservatives. We just have to get started now, and hope they can win the next election in our states.

    • November 4, 2009 at 10:44 pm

      Yes some moderates do. Largely for political pay-offs.

      I agree it will take time. I’m hoping we can build off the success of Hoffman and show these weasels in Washington that we mean business, but I’m worried though. If we continue to split our numbers between two parties like we have been, it will continue to marginalize us. We need a party that will actually represent us, not pander for votes.

  2. kathy
    November 4, 2009 at 8:03 pm

    I meant to type 9-l2ers. Sorry about that. LOL

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