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05/09/2006

'Concerned Woman' to appear on CNN; will Wolf blitz her?

by Jeremy Hooper

   The Concerned Women for America's Robert Knight will be appearing on CNN's "The Situation Room" tonight at 5PM, where, according to CWA, he'll discuss the issue of gay marriage. In honor of the sure to be anti-gay rhetroic-filled appearance, we hear the familiar "this is CNN" tag line will be temporarily replaced with "this is what a steaming crock of horse dung sounds like."

5Pm, folks -- Mr. Knight will be the one presenting marriage as if it is being either hijacked, destroyed, or corrupted; you'll be the one smacking your head in frustration.

*UPDATE: Eh, he only got two lines. In reference to Mary Cheney's book, he said: "I don't think it'll change the political debate in this country on marriage. People know that marriage needs protecting at the state and federal level, and I think the campaign is just beginning."

YAWN.

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