The retired general who asked about gays and lesbians serving in the military at the CNN/YouTube Republican debate on Wednesday is a co-chairman of Hillary Rodham Clinton's National Military Veterans group.Retired Brig. Gen. Keith H. Kerr was named a co-chairman of the group this month, according to a campaign press release.....FULL STORY
I think this is great. CNN hosts a debate of GOP candidates and a campaign operative for the Democrat front runner is allowed to ask a question. And people STILL think that CNN is not biased? Anderson Cooper basically said 'oops, our bad'. CNN says they didn't know who he was. And if you believe that then I'd like to discuss some ocean front property in Omaha that's just right for you. Type General Keith Kerr on any search engine and you can quickly discover that he works for Clinton. I guess CNN doesn't put forth much effort in screening their questioners. Either that, or this was deliberate.
Regardless, I think Romney and Guiliani both looked rather petty. Huckabee is charming but has no substance. McCain will not gain any ground because of his immigration position. Ron Paul was just as maniacal as ever. And Fred Thompson still can't get traction.
I'm most impressed with Duncan Hunter. He has the best platform and should be considered by any candidate as a solid running mate.