CNN’s Erickson: Obama’s Support of Ground Zero Mosque Same as Satanic ‘Human Sacrifice’

August 15, 2010


Comments

2 Responses to “CNN’s Erickson: Obama’s Support of Ground Zero Mosque Same as Satanic ‘Human Sacrifice’”

  1. majii on August 15th, 2010 8:41 pm

    Erickson has an impulse control problem. He’s on the city council in my Middle GA city. The best thing I can say about him is that he won’t be running for re-election to his seat. He doesn’t care what he says or who he offends. Few would believe it, but he’s a deacon in a church here. Some of the republicans here don’t like him because of his tendency to promote hatred and divisiveness. Although I’m glad he won’t be a member of my city council after November, I do regret that CNN gave him a bigger platform from which to spread his madness. Being connected to RedState was more than enough reason for CNN not to offer him a job. IMHO, the failure of the MSM to do its job as envisioned by some of the Founding Fathers is the reason a new poll shows that public confidence in the MSM is lower than it’s ever been in recent history.

    http://www.pensitoreview.com/

  2. MacGruber on August 16th, 2010 8:26 am

    CNN will do anything to bump their terrible ratings. Without some awful natural disaster or tragedy occurring does anyone watch their lameass crap endlessly repeated. Instead of that nutty guy Eric, they could have panels simulating the trials for war crimes and massive constitutional violations and destruction of evidence of Dick Cheney and George Bush. CNN could call for the arrests of Goldman-Sachs execs who received a slap on the wrist – 4 whole days of profits -$500 million.

    I am heading to CNN.com to post this there.

Got something to say? **Please Note** - Comments may be edited for clarity or obscenity, and all comments are published at the discretion of ChattahBox.com - Comments are the opinions of the individuals leaving them, and not of ChattahBox.com or its partners. - Please do not spam or submit comments that use copyright materials, hearsay or are based on reports where the supposed fact or quote is not a matter of public knowledge are also not permitted.