CNN Isn’t Even Trying To Hide It Anymore

CNN Panelist Calls Mitt Romney A “Religious Fanatic” For Encouraging Mormon Graduates To Have Families

Mitt Romney spoke at Southern Virginia University commencement last week.

SVU is 92 percent Mormon, so Romney mentioned things Mormons are familiar with like the importance of marriage and family.

He quoted from Psalms 127:3-5 where it says a man is blessed for having a “quiver full of” children.

And talked about his own family.

Romney has five sons and plenty of grandkids.

On CNN’s Piers Morgan Thursday, Maeve Reston suggested the reason Romney didn’t poll well with single women voters was because he was “very much into” his family.

And Marc Lamont Hill called Romney a “religious fanatic.”

Marc Lamont Hill also said that Romney told the graduates to have “binders full of children”. I am really surprised that no one on the panel mentioned polygamy.

You don’t have to like Mitt Romney or agree with him, but you have to admit the man practices what he preaches. He’s been pretty damn successful at it too. I could think of worse role models.

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32 Responses to CNN Isn’t Even Trying To Hide It Anymore

  1. Lulu says:

    This is why CNN is currently on parental lock on my TV. Snide, goofy assholes is not my idea of news.

    • myiq2xu says:

      CNN and MSNBC should be called “opinion” or “propaganda” networks instead of “news”.

      Fox actually has a better mix of news and opinion but I don’t watch them either.

  2. myiq2xu says:
    • yttik says:

      I gave myself a laugh trying to think of an example of a nice, submissive, Republican bi%&#. Sarah Palin? I don’t think so. Ann Coulter? Nope, she won’t shut up. Barbara Bush? Nope, she’s always been outspoken and in hot water for saying what she thinks. I honestly can’t think of a single well known Republican woman who fits that stereotype. LOL, they’re all uppity, every single one. So this idea that R women are all meek and mild and toe the party line needs to die.

  3. votermom says:

  4. HELENK says:

    I wonder what kind of families this bunch came from. These seem to have a problem with them or anyone who has a good one. The Romney family is not asking anyone for support, do not believe that they are owed. willing to work for what they have. and always lend a helping hand to those in need. would that the CNN bunch do the same

    • fernschild says:

      I remember being challenged by strangers in the 70’s, while I was still trying to be a model Mormon mom. The grocery store is where I’d get targeted by someone with Concern for the Planet written all over their face, as they would flat out ask me why I was having so many children? This was in front of three little kids in the grocery cart…the one in the oven wasn’t all ears yet. My response was simple. I’d quietly respond “Don’t worry. They won’t breathe all of your air.”

      • myiq2xu says:

        The Shakers were agin reproducing too. Look what happened to them.

      • HELENK says:

        when i was carrying my oldest daughter, a woman stopped me on the street and told me it was not a good time to have a child. I asked her ” when was a good time” and started naming different time is history.
        religious persecution in Europe, America’s first days, the wars, the depressions the immigrations and migrations. Do not think she ever made that statement again

      • Jadzia says:

        I had a similar experience more recently (about 4 years ago) while living in the People’s Republic of Eugene, Oregon, where the law school at which I was employed allowed a group advocating the extinction of the human race to table in the commons. You should have seen the nasty looks I got as I waddled my 8-months-pregnant self past them. Thank God they didn’t know it was Baby #4….

    • myiq2xu says:

      God forbid we should live in a country full of happy, stable families.

  5. votermom says:

    • votermom says:

      If Dhzokar’s roomies were arrested because they covered up evidence that he was the bomber, shouldn’t the State Dept people who covered up that Al Qaeda has attacked Banghazi consulate be treated as AQ conspirators?

  6. myiq2xu says:

    Mitt’s right. The best time to have kids is your twenties. You have the energy and you haven’t become set in a single or childless lifestyle. And you’ll probably live to play with your grandkids.

    The longer you wait to have kids the more health problems there are, and the chances of a Downs baby increase.

    • HELENK says:

      yes you are right. because I started in my twenties, I am lucky enough to know my grand children and great grand children.
      even though I am 21 and look like Linda Darnell

    • Jadzia says:

      I agree. I ALWAYS wanted to be a young mom for the reasons myiq articulates (and also so that I could have a career later on rather than having it cut short by having babies later on). Unfortunately, the men of Generation X seemed to want to remain teenagers well into their 30s. (Yes, I realize this is a gross generalization, but it was also my experience. And older men have never really been all that into me, so that wasn’t an option.) I think I was a much better mother during my oldest son’s toddler years (I was 28 when he was born), then I was to the 4 youngest, all of whom were born between my 35th and 40th birthdays. And it makes me incredibly sad thinking about probably never knowing my grandchildren.

  7. HELENK says:

    when the video becomes available please watch Greg Gutfield on The Five speaking about how for some reason we not longer expect people to come here and join in , that we are expected to change our life style to make them happy.
    he got it right

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  9. votermom says:

    Feeling extra annoyed at the Dems today

  10. votermom says:

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