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Some Crosshairs Are More Equal Than Other Crosshairs

Some Crosshairs Are More Equal Than Other Crosshairs

Via The Blaze (h/t), an anti-Walmart group is distributing these flyers for an upcoming protest:

UpdateBefore banning ‘crosshairs,’ CNN used it to refer to Palin, Bachmann

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Yes, and as just noted by Allahpundit at HotAir, CNN also used to use a crosshairs symbol for many years for their political debate show, CrossFire.

Oooops! Yep, you're right, Professor . . . some crosshairs are "more equal" than others.

And, even though John King is now engaging in this business of calling out friends and guests for their on-air "slips-ups," and pompously swearing up and down that the folks at CNN are trying to get away "from that kind of language," we now find the brandy-new host of the old Larry King Show telling the press that he has compiled a list of people who he says will be banned (temporarily or otherwise) from his show.

He's refusing to interview Madonna, for example, and others.

But catch this one . . . and why. From the story:

". . . The other banned television host is Keith Olbermann. Why? "Just because it would really annoy him. I think he's a great broadcaster, but I know he gets wound up very easily. It's not a lifetime ban, it's a temporary ban, designed to confuse and bemuse him, and hopefully engender a violent reaction," Morgan said, the story notes.
. . . ."
(my emphasis added)

Oh my! Looks like the new kid didn't get the memo!!

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