In my post about Susan Roesgen's rather pointed coverage of a Chicago area TEA party, I mentioned that CNN had suspended her email account and that she was unavailable for interviews because of a pre-planned vacation. Mkay.
Now, according to Ace, CNN is demanding that YouTube pull all the clips of this incident due to fair useage reasons. This from a network that has a consistent history of allowing YouTube videos as a form of free advertising. CYA much?
Then, I read Big Dick and see this video:
It seems that there were bloggers there with video cameras, and one caught this exchange between blogger Kathy Barkulis and Ms. Roesgen, as well as more crowd reaction. CNN doesn't have copyrights on this video. Heh.
Oh, and one more thing. Ms. Defender of Obama, the sensitive reporter insulted by a protester calling our President a fascist, didn't seem to have any problems with comparing George W. Bush to Hitler. That would be epitome of nuance, to us bitter religion and gun clingers, and right wing security risks. I hope that is all clear to you fellow flyover redstate country Neanderthal mouth breathing knuckle draggers.