Thursday, November 29, 2007

Proof that You Tube Debates and CNN are Propaganda Driven News Outlets & authentic 4th Estate members!

The Hillary General plant and Anderson Cooper's handling Bill Bennett's questioning of Keith Kerr's position on Hillary's campaign is the Ax that should be used to discredit the You Tube Debate, CNN, You Tube's Journalism Degreed Political Director Steve Grove, director of news and politics and indeed Mr. Anderson C.who is a MSM Liberal Bot! Mr. Anderson C. when challenged said he did not know that about the General only that he was "an activist of some sort." The latter is a bold faced admission of the MSM practices and their inability to perform due minor diligence such google his name(as commented on by Instapundit
"FINALLY: Hillary manages to plant a question! Shockingly, it slipped past CNN's google abilities."
and Katheryn Jean Lopez) is negligent at best and agenda driven/journalistic fraud at worse. Keith Kerr and Hillary Google Results

From Hillary for President on Hillary

Clinton Campaign Announces Launch Of LGBT Americans For Hillary Steering Committee
On the eve of the 38th anniversary of Stonewall, Hillary for President announced the formation of "LGBT Americans for Hillary," a national steering committee of over 65 leaders in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community. Members of the steering committee include LGBT elected officials, activists from national LGBT and Democratic Party political groups as well as leaders from the worlds of business, entertainment and sports. This leadership committee will work with the campaign on several areas including political outreach, communications, policy advice and counsel, and fundraising.
"I've seen how Hillary Clinton's experience, commitment, and leadership have made a difference for the LGBT community," said New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. "From her efforts to defeat the Federal Marriage Amendment to standing up for our rights in employment practices, there is no one else in this race who will fight harder for the LGBT community. She's ready to be our next president and I look forward to organizing the LGBT community on her behalf."
The list of supporters on the steering committee demonstrates the history of friendship that Hillary Clinton has had with this community and the depth of her support among LGBT leaders. It includes people like former U.S. Assistant Attorney General Eldie Acheson, who went to college with Hillary Clinton, and Neel Lattimore who worked for her as First Lady as well as film/TV writer and producer Greg Berlanti who met her last week and signed on as a supporter immediately. The list also includes prominent LGBT activists who have been leaders on issues important to the community, including three retired members of the military who have worked to overturn the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, advocates in the fight against HIV/AIDS, and the attorney who argued and won the landmark Supreme Court case, Lawrence v. Texas.
"Her commitment to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell, and her steadfast work to improve access to care and treatment for people living with HIV/AIDS are just two of the reasons why I support Hillary Clinton for President," said Jose Zuniga, President of the Chicago-based International Association of Physicians in AIDS Care. Zuniga, who attained the rank of Sergeant, was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army in 1993 after coming out as a gay man. He served as a military medic during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, and had been named the Sixth US Army's Soldier of the Year six weeks prior to his discharge.
Hillary Clinton has worked to advance the cause of equality for LGBT Americans for many years. As president, Clinton has pledged to end the divisive leadership of the past six years and work with the LGBT community to make sure that all Americans in committed relationships have equal economic benefits and rights. She also will work to end discrimination in adoption laws. As a U.S. Senator, she has worked to expand federal hate crimes legislation and pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, and will sign the legislation into law once she is in the White House. She will also put an end to the failed policy of Don't Ask, Don't Tell.
"I am proud to have the support of such distinguished leaders in the LGBT community," said Clinton. "Together, we can move our nation closer to the promise of fairness and equality that all Americans deserve."
Already, Hillary for President has been actively reaching out to earn the support of the LGBT community. In March, Clinton addressed the Human Rights Campaign's Board Meeting and Equality Convention -- the only candidate to accept their invitation. Her LGBT supporters have hosted two fundraisers for her campaign, one in Washington, D.C., on May 23, 2007, and one in Los Angeles last Friday. Hillary for President has a full-time staff person, Mark Walsh, solely focused on LGBT outreach.
"Hillary Clinton has precisely the priorities our nation needs at this time -- a strong defense with a balanced hand to guide it, a will to strengthen education and health care, a fair tax system and a balanced budget - and equal treatment of every American under the law," said Elizabeth Birch, former executive director of the Human Rights Campaign. "The LGBT community has seen many hard political years. It is time for a renaissance for our nation and for our community."
LGBT Americans For Hillary Steering Committee Members (Committee In Formation)*:
Eldie Acheson, former U.S. Assistant Attorney General; founding director, Public Policy and Government Affairs, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force
Roberta Achtenberg, former Assistant Secretary, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
Toni Atkins, San Diego, CA, City Councilmember
Dr. Christopher Barley, activist, philanthropist
Greg Berlanti, executive producer, TV series, "Brothers and Sisters"
Elizabeth Birch, former Executive Director, Human Rights Campaign
Mary Breslauer, former co-chair, Kerry-Edwards 2004 LGBT Steering Committee; communications consultant
Tonio Burgos, member, Democratic National Committee LGBT Caucus
Ilene Chaiken, creator/producer, Showtime series, "The L Word"
Rocco Claps, former LGBT Outreach Director, Democratic National Committee; Illinois LGBT activist
Bruce Cohen, Oscar-winning film producer
Roberta Conroy, member, National Leadership Council, Lambda Legal
Joan Darrah, retired U.S. Navy Captain
Q. Todd Dickinson, former Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office
Thomas Duane, New York State Senator
Ingrid Duran, board member, Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation
Steve Elmendorf, Deputy Campaign Manager, Kerry-Edwards 2004
Shelley Freeman, business leader, Los Angeles Police Commissioner
Ethan Geto, long-time gay rights advocate
John Gile, Executive Director, Project Angel Food
Emily Giske, member, Democratic National Committee LGBT Caucus
Deborah Glick, New York Assemblymember
Steven Goldstein, Chair, Garden State Equality
Chad Griffin, CEO, Chad Griffin Consulting, Inc.
Rebecca Haag, Executive Director, AIDS Action Council; Executive Director, AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts
Yashar Hedayat, businessman
Lisa Henderson, General Manager, Olivia Cruises
Stephen Herbits, businessman
Fred Hochberg, former Deputy then Acting Administrator, U.S. Small Business Administration; Dean of the Milano School for Management and Urban Policy, The New School
John Isa, board of directors and Business Council member, Human Rights Campaign
Gloria Johnson, board member, National Stonewall Democrats
Christine Kehoe, California State Senator
Keith Kerr, retired Colonel., U.S. Army; retired Brigadier General, California National Reserve

Additionally Michelle Malkin has done great work at uncovering all the other Democratic Agents asking questions to the GOP Candidates while posing as undecideds. Steve Grove, You Tube and Mr. Anderson's C of CNN(Clinton News Network revived) are shown for what they are....Agenda Driven Journalism and usurpation of the Fourth Estate!
Digging out more CNN/YouTube plants: Abortion questioner is declared Edwards supporter (and a slobbering Anderson Cooper fan); Log Cabin Republican questioner is declared Obama supporter; lead toy questioner is a prominent union activist for the Edwards-endorsing United Steelworkers

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