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Old 12-23-2012, 04:58 PM   #61
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Here's the email I just sent to the "contact us" link on CNN.com:

"In my opinion, CNN has lost its way as a responsible, serious source of news coverage. Once upon a time, CNN was the first channel I tuned to when a major news story broke (Challenger, 9/11, Kuwait), and was often watched at my home for general news reporting. But no longer. I just watched the Piers Morgan interview with Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America (GOA). I am absolutely flabbergasted that such a respectable American news organization as CNN would EVER try to pass off such an unhinged and irrational person as Mr. Morgan as a serious news personality! Why is this anti-American nutcase still employed? Mr. Pratt presented logical, fact-based answers to Morgan's questions (when he was allowed to speak at all), and in the face of logic and reason, Morgan resorted to ridicule and name-calling. Mr. Pratt clearly won this debacle of a debate. How is this considered responsible journalism? My suggestion would be to remove him from your employ (along with some others), and get back to the impartial news reporting that Americans once expected and respected from CNN. Maybe then I, and millions of other former viewers, will once again turn to CNN for legitimate journalism.
For what it's worth, I am an accounting professional, I own firearms, and I believe in ALL of our Constitution, including and especially the ten amendments in the Bill of Rights. Piers Morgan has every right to speak his opinions, but likewise I have the right to not watch CNN. Think about it.
Sincerely,"

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Here's the email I just sent to the "contact us" link on CNN.com:

"In my opinion, CNN has lost its way as a responsible, serious source of news coverage. Once upon a time, CNN was the first channel I tuned to when a major news story broke (Challenger, 9/11, Kuwait), and was often watched at my home for general news reporting. But no longer. I just watched the Piers Morgan interview with Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America (GOA). I am absolutely flabbergasted that such a respectable American news organization as CNN would EVER try to pass off such an unhinged and irrational person as Mr. Morgan as a serious news personality! Why is this anti-American nutcase still employed? Mr. Pratt presented logical, fact-based answers to Morgan's questions (when he was allowed to speak at all), and in the face of logic and reason, Morgan resorted to ridicule and name-calling. Mr. Pratt clearly won this debacle of a debate. How is this considered responsible journalism? My suggestion would be to remove him from your employ (along with some others), and get back to the impartial news reporting that Americans once expected and respected from CNN. Maybe then I, and millions of other former viewers, will once again turn to CNN for legitimate journalism.
For what it's worth, I am an accounting professional, I own firearms, and I believe in ALL of our Constitution, including and especially the ten amendments in the Bill of Rights. Piers Morgan has every right to speak his opinions, but likewise I have the right to not watch CNN. Think about it.
Sincerely,"
Well written, good job!...I wished you had mention the townhall style meeting he had on friday on the gun control topic. It just about made me throw up...literally.
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I guess that when they come to take away our evil "semiautomatic handguns and rifles", I'll just have to start carrying 8 Charter Arms Bulldog .44's so I can have sufficient firepower.
And then I won't be carrying those evil "clips" either.

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Man, that was sick!!! LOL!
Yes it is sir!!! He is a supreme wanking nutcase.
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@Flat Tire,

I believe that this is the video that you are looking for.

http://conservativevideos.com/2012/12/ted-nugent-schools-piers-morgan-with-statistics-on-gun-control/

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We need links to this. I bet it is worthy, and maybe send CNN some emails to do it again. I would think even the heads at CNN would find it amuzing.
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I believe that this is the video that you are looking for.

http://conservativevideos.com/2012/12/ted-nugent-schools-piers-morgan-with-statistics-on-gun-control/
Thanks, now is there a video that shows why the mom let her wacko 20 year old live in the basement of the home with those guns. If you look at the photos of all the shooters the are wacko. We need to start looking at the moms who harbor these wack jobs.
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Thanks, now is there a video that shows why the mom let her wacko 20 year old live in the basement of the home with those guns. If you look at the photos of all the shooters the are wacko. We need to start looking at the moms who harbor these wack jobs.
Maybe "mom" was a whacko too.
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That would make 1,000s of lawyers very rich. If parents were arrested for their childs crimes the courts would go into over load. What is wrong with just holding individuals accountable for their own crimes?

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Over 31,000 names on his deportation petition.

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I see there is a petition to have piers morgan deported form America. I am starting a petition to keep him in America. We don't want him back.

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