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A Journalist Scorned

Pretty funny stuff from Newsbusters:

CNN’s Susan Roesgen, whose anti-TEA Party pseudo-reporting made her a legend in her own mind, and a biased Obama-flack hack in ours, is in the news on her own (de)merit again today.

One peculiar line from one of her peculiar rant-filled reports was that the TEA Parties were

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being “anti-CNN” because they were “highly promoted by the right-wing conservative network Fox.”

Well it turns out she wasn’t always so anti-Fox.  According to Gawker, Miss Roesgen not once but twice applied to get a gig at the EEE-vile Murdoch machine.


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