Figures…. Hillary Clinton Has Plant at Republican Debate, Too! (Updated- Ron Paul Plant?)

(Updated and Bumped)
CNN offers another box of plants
…Just in time for the holidays!

** This whole escapade last night was nothing more than a CNN lynching of the Republican candidates complete with a Confederate Flag hanging on the wall.
–It was reminiscent of an earlier period in American history.

FOX News headlines the CNN controversy this morning…

Glenn Reynolds thinks the media is going easy on CNN.


It Figures…
Just like this month’s CNN Democratic debate, Hillary Clinton has a plant at the Republican debate, too!

CNN- Clinton News Network… Are there any doubts, now?

Retired Brig. General Keith H. Kerr served for 43 years in the U.S. Army. (Washington Blade)
The Clinton steering committee member made a video for the event and CNN had him in the audience as well. It’s just too bad CNN did not disclose that he is a Hillary Steering Committee member.
Hat Tip John

Brigadier General Keith H. Kerr, who asked the question about the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy tonight at the Republican debate, is a gay rights activist and a steering committee member of “LGBT Americans for Hillary”.
Planet Out reported:

Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign announced the formation of “LGBT Americans for Hillary,” a national steering committee of more than 65 leaders who have endorsed her candidacy…

Clinton met with LGBT leaders last year to strategize before the Federal Marriage Amendment vote was defeated last summer and met again with about 40 activists and elected officials in October during her Senate re-election campaign.

The steering committee also includes people from Clinton’s past, such as former U.S. Assistant Attorney General Eldie Acheson, who went to college with Clinton, and Neel Lattimore, who worked for her in Bill Clinton’s White House.

Others include retired Navy Capt. Joan Darrah and Army Reserve Brigadier Gen. Keith Kerr, who have worked to overturn “don’t ask, don’t tell”; and Paul M. Smith, the attorney who argued and won the landmark Supreme Court case Lawrence v. Texas.

(Debate photo from NewsBusters)
It was nice of CNN to identify General Kerr as a member of the Hillary team. (They didn’t.)

** There is more HERE at the Hillary 2008 campaign website.

NewsBusters has more on Hillary’s plant.
The Freepers also caught it.
AllahPundit at HotAir has more on this week’s CNN Hillary plant.
Adam Yoshida was the first to discover this little nugget.
STACLU has more on the plant.

Scarborough says, “It’s total crap!” that CNN did not know he was a Hillary operative.

UPDATE: Hah! A John Edwards plant!

I think it was the T-Shirt that Paperserenade wears in her latest online video that gave it away.
Michelle Malkin has MORE plants.

Kevin Aylward at Wizbang has more on the Hillary plant.

Six Meat Buffet found this on the gay activist/Obama supporter, David Cercone:

Again, as an American who is living under the tyranny of a dubiously elected wannabe dictator, please world forgive us and know that Bush and Bolton are not representative of the majority of Americans. God help us all.
David Cercone, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Yup. Another undecided voter.
This whole escapade was a CNN lynching of the Republican Party.

UPDATE 2: A Ron Paul plant???

Joseph Dearing from Dallas, Texas thumped his Bible at the Republican
candidates last night at the debate.
It looks like he wasn’t your typical undecided voter either.
The Dallas News reported:

Joseph Dearing, 24, of Dallas says you can tell everything you need to know about a person by what he or she thinks of the Bible.

He got a chance to get some answers during Wednesday’s GOP CNN/YouTube debate when his question, No. 20, was asked: Do you believe every word of this book? Specifically, this book that I am holding in my hand, do you believe this book?…

Mr. Dearing’s response: “I think Mike Huckabee is a typical liberal pastor because I heard in a previous debate that he didn’t think it matters whether or not you believe the creation in Genesis was six literal days.”

Would he vote for him? No.

Mr. Dearing was disappointed all the candidates didn’t answer his question, particularly Ron Paul, his top choice for president.

A Ron Paulian plant?

UPDATE 3: Anderson Cooper’s Walk of Shame.

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