Friday, August 24, 2012

Anderson Cooper and Debbie Schulz

"Taken to the woodshed?"  I wouldn't go that far...
Debbie 'Blabbermouth' Schultz was taken to the woodshed by Anderson Cooper." Now, folks, can I say something about this? We've got a lot of sound bites on this, and there's no question: Debbie "Blabbermouth" Schultz went on CNN and tried to lie about a story in the LA Times and Mitt Romney.

Anderson Cooper would not let her get away with it.

Anderson Cooper just jumped down her throat, and made her look like the blabbermouth fool that she is. Now, stop and think about this. I'm getting e-mails all night. The conservative media press came to a stop. "Stop the presses! Look what's happening!" And it struck me how rare real journalism is, how rare it is that a mainstream media outlet actually questions the honesty and veracity of a Democrat. How rare that is that, when it happened last night on CNN, everybody stopped what they were doing and told everybody they knew about it?

To me, that alone is an illustration of just how out of whack the media is.
The media collaborates with the Democrats, pure and simple. With the regime. I don't know what it is, but they've been going after Debbie "Blabbermouth" Schultz lately. When was the last time? Who was the last sound bite we had? Somebody went after Debbie "Blabbermouth" Schultz. It might have been somebody on Fox. So, anyway, Cooper says to Debbie "Blabbermouth" Schultz, "Factually speaking, Mitt Romney didn't design or direct the writing of the Republican Party platform. In particular, the language on abortion is the same as it's been for years. You can fault Romney and Ryan, as you did, for not pushing their position, but you can't say that they designed the abortion section."

SCHULTZ: Anderson, we definitely can say it because even in the previous platform... Mitt Romney has embraced previous Republican Party platforms and embraced that language and said he'd be delighted to support a constitutional amendment banning all abortion.

COOPER: You have to acknowledge he has, for years, publicly said that he supports abortion in the case of rape, incest, and where the life of the mother is at stake.

SCHULTZ: I can certainly acknowledge that he says that out loud. And I think it's very clear that Mitt Romney talks the talk; certainly doesn't walk the walk.

RUSH: Anderson Cooper is not accepting that...

COOPER: Do you at least acknowledge that --

SCHULTZ: And people should know that.

COOPER: -- the quote you gave from the LA Times is completely incorrect?

SCHULTZ: No, I don't acknowledge that. I know that's what you're what saying, but (stammering) what I acknowledge --

COOPER: Well, I can read it to you right now 'cause --

SCHULTZ: -- is that --

COOPER: -- what you said is, "Guess what...?"

SCHULTZ: Anderson, what I'm saying is: It doesn't matter.

COOPER: I think what you say does matter. You're quoting the LA Times. And, again, you've misquoted them to back up a position.

SCHULTZ: Anderson? Anderson? The point of the e-mail -- and there's no getting around that, and I would think you would agree -- that there's no way that a presidential candidate, a party's nominee, can separate themself (sic) from that party's platform.

COOPER: He has.

SCHULTZ: There is no exception --

COOPER: I mean, he has.

SCHULTZ: -- for rape or incest --

COOPER: He has.

SCHULTZ: -- in the Human Life Amendment.

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