Unbelievable … Another Hillary Clinton Planted Question, This Time at the CNN Republican Debate


CNN, “The Most Trusted Name in News”, just got duped by the Hillary Clinton campaign.


CNN Cooper: ‘I had not heard that he’s actually working for a campaign. If so, that would certainly be an issue that should be addressed immediately’…
VIDEO: Anderson Cooper’s Mea Culpa… (Drudge Report)

What lengths will Hillary Clinton and her campaign go to for victory? They have already been Hillary_CNN_Rep_Debatenailed for having plants in their own campaign stops asking questions. Now it appears that Team Hillary had a plant at the CNN Republican debate. That said plant, Keith Kerr, retired Colonel, US Army was actually allowed to submit a question regarding gays in the military.

The American people really have to take a good look at Hillary and the manner in how she is conducting her campaign and ask themselves … do we really want this type of nonsense in the Oval Office? If this is how she conducts herself in a campaign, one can only imagine the antics that will occur if she is elected. The American people deserve better than this. Do we really want four years of Hillary’s foolishness? The Clinton campaign continues to make a mockery of the political debate process. Hillary Clinton, these actions are far from Presidential.

Hillary Clinton_Fists

Maybe the flags falling was a sign after all?

It turns out that Keith Kerr, retired Colonel., U.S. Army; retired Brigadier General, California National Reserve, who submitted a YouTube question about gays in the military, is actually a member of Hillary Clinton’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual Americans For Hillary Steering Committee.  He’s also part of a film production crew trying overturn the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. (Town Hall)

Anderson Cooper comment regarding incident:

We don’t know if he is still on it,” said Cooper. “We are trying to find out that information. Certainly, had we had that information we would have acknowledged that in using his question, if we had used it all.”

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  • Comments

    19 Responses to “Unbelievable … Another Hillary Clinton Planted Question, This Time at the CNN Republican Debate”

    1. nurturer on November 29th, 2007 4:04 pm

      I think a Hillary win as the Democratic candidate would be a win for the Republicans. Due to her pampered life style, I don’t think she is used to being confronted with the nastiness that will await her, coming from the Republican side. When her “warts” are revealed to the world, it’ll shake her up, make her furious, and that will show through. Particularly to the undecided voter.

    2. yoyo muffintop on November 29th, 2007 8:29 pm

      Nurturer – I disagree on the first part. If the Republican nominee can’t answer a question asked by a Hillary supporter during the primary, Hillary should be a shoo-in in the General election. Plant or not I thought it was a legit question that everyone danced around without answering.
      The rest I agree with – this one’s gonna be fun to watch.

      btw, what’d you think about Thompson? I thought he didn’t show well at all. Rudy and Mitt’s bickering looked very unpresidential, imo. I thought Huckabee & McCain showed the best.

    3. katablog on November 29th, 2007 9:24 pm

      This isn’t a question as to whether Republicans can answer a question from the Schillary camp – they can and they did.

      The uproar is about CNN (Clinton News Network) allowing a Clinton support (and half a room full of nut job Ron Paul supports) without disclosing the relationship.

      It wasn’t an accident. It was just something CNN got caught on immediately this time. I would have been surprised if CNN had done anything less.

    4. Cindy on November 29th, 2007 9:53 pm

      Does anyone remember when Ashlee Simpson was caught and crucified for lip syncing a song on SNL? Most singers at one time or another, including Jessica Simpson, have done this. But Ashlee got caught and it was fun to call her out on it.

      Same thing. Hillary and CNN just got caught.

    5. yoyo muffintop on November 29th, 2007 10:35 pm

      #3 Katablog – bulls$%t. No one answered the question.
      Here was the question: I want to know why you think that American men and women in uniform are not professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians.

      You show me where anyone answered that.

      And planting a question is not new – it’s on both sides. Get over it…it’s gonna happen. It’s politics baby!

    6. yoyo muffintop on November 29th, 2007 10:41 pm

      Why are you so against Ron Paul? He is a straight up Constitutionalist. He says what he means and means what he says. He doesn’t have the prequalified answers that are memorized and planned to not offend. It’s quite refreshing.

    7. brenda on November 30th, 2007 9:47 am

      Yoyo…the majority of the monkeys seem to lean conservative. This is America, we can support or choose not to support whoever we choose.

      In regard to bickering, haven’t you watched any of the democratic debates? They fight like school girls.

      As for the gay and lesbian debate, I think a more logical question would be are THEY professional enough to realize their life-styles are not supported by most people? They are the ones crying about equal rights. How about give those of us who do not agree with that life-style equal rights to disagree???

    8. Katablog on November 30th, 2007 12:02 pm

      Here ya go Yo-Yo: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,313681,00.html
      Candidates Hunter, Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and John McCain all answered the question. Hunter said it would be “bad for unit cohesion” for openly homosexual people to serve in the ranks. Huckabee said the the Uniform Code of Military Justice states that such “conduct could put at risk the morale.” Romney said that in the midst of a war is not the time to change policy, and he would listen to recommendations from military leaders. McCain said he respects the general’s service to the nation but believes the leaders in the field when they say the present policy is working.

      Anything else?

    9. Donald's Boy on November 30th, 2007 12:14 pm

      Brenda, you may THINK that the majority of POSTERS lean conservative, but you have no clue, once again, what the majority of readers think. Speak for yourself. And as for your quote, “I think a more logical question would be are THEY professional enough to realize their life-styles are not supported by most people?”, I don’t many people personally who feel that way. The only people that I hear speak like that are online and invisible, or live in rural “redneck” areas, like the one that I live in. I teach at a college, and the overwhelming majority of all of my students have NO problem at ALL with gays, gay marriage, gays adopting, etc. You may feel that it is a moral meltdown, but these students don’t see gays as any different than themselves. I would say they have evolved past these archaic suggestions. It’s the older generation for the most part that have a problem with it, and they are dying off quickly.

    10. brenda on November 30th, 2007 12:25 pm

      I am not the only person who can clearly see many Monkeys are conservative. Where do you live that so many embrace sodomy and lesbianism? The suburbs of San Fransico?

      Either way, as far as speaking for myself, what the hell do you think this forum is for anyway? Speaking “for ourselves” as you so eloquantly put it!!

      Go have fun with your gay friends…I’ll stick to my views and die with them. As you said, those of us with such views are dying off…maybe I’ll be the last one standing? Don’t care if I am or not, I’ll not bend just because you or anyone else doesn’t like it.

      something called “individuality”. I have mine..do you have any? Or do you just follow what you think is mainstream?

    11. Donald's Boy on November 30th, 2007 12:44 pm

      I live in Virginia. Isn’t that where you live?

    12. brenda on November 30th, 2007 2:33 pm

      Obviously, you know the answer to that.

      ‘Nother question?

    13. murphph on November 30th, 2007 5:43 pm

      Hillary Clinton scares me.I am a 55 year old male and not scared of much but afraid I might come up missing if I got in her way. Do people not remember how many people that are missing,dead, or in prison that were associated with them!If you read this Hillary-just kidding!

    14. yoyo muffintop on November 30th, 2007 8:10 pm

      Well Katablog I don’t believe they answered the question at all. But if you actually think they answered then each one of them essentially said “Our Military men & women are NOT professional enough to serve with gays or lesbians”.

      Remember, here was the question: I want to know why you think that American men and women in uniform are not professional enough to serve with gays and lesbians.

    15. katablog on November 30th, 2007 9:05 pm

      Apparently you didn’t like their answers Yo-Yo, but they did answer. It’s not that our military is not professional enough, it’s that it would effect cohesiveness and would put morale at risk. We ask, and get, so much of our military as is, how can we ask them to now shower and sleep with sexual perverts?

    16. yoyo muffintop on November 30th, 2007 11:04 pm

      Ahhhh Katablog – your true colors have come out.

      Gays and lesbians are sexual perverts huh? You must be one of those right-wing bible-pounding puritanical moralists.
      How very sad for you.

    17. katablog on December 1st, 2007 12:00 pm

      Yo-Yo: if your question is, do I believe in the Bible, the answer is yes. Guess your colors are showing in that you have to resort to name calling.

      Do I accept that people have a right to have sexual preferences, yes. Do I believe that forcing heterosexuals to shower and share bedrooms (billets) with those who may be interested in them as sexual partners is wrong, yes. Do I believe that sex with the same sex, animals and children is perversion, yes.

    18. yoyo muffintop on December 1st, 2007 3:26 pm

      Tell me – why is sex with the same sex is perverted. No, really, I want to know.
      And please don’t quote scripture. Don’t use the Bible to justify homophobia.
      I really do want to know why.

    19. n8 on December 17th, 2007 6:18 pm

      Let me see, which candidate came off more convincing? Ron Paul who answered all comers on any question or Hillary who feels the need to put pressure on the other party she isn’t going to face! (Thanks Obama!)

      I would have to say, Ron Paul has firm plans and a firm and consistent track record.
      (Which of the 2 candidates voted for the war???) While, Hillary ends
      up arguing against her own point during the last debate. I am pretty
      sure that most of the previous Hillary supporters that write in ALL
      CAPS haven’t read the issue because the type was too small. :-p

      Please don’t vote because you feel like woman have been getting a
      bad rap. Vote because the women and men of America needs firm leaders
      more than more than a social agenda. Ron Paul has me thinking about
      the welfare of my country, not just the entitled and lobbying groups.
      But since I am wacko RonBot, I guess my donation to the 6 million dollar day isn’t real, because I am not real…
      Ron “No Coverage” Paul in 2008!

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