Wednesday, September 26, 2007

CBS Anchor-hag Busts on Iraq and Hops on Dan

If we are to measure Katie Couric's authority by her Nielsen ratings we would have a very low measure indeed.

From the
Speaking at the National Press Club Tuesday evening, CBS "Evening News" anchor Katie Couric pulled back the curtain on her personal views of both the war in Iraq and former “Evening News” anchor Dan Rather.

“Everyone in this room would agree that people in this country were misled in terms of the rationale of this war,” said Couric, adding that it is “pretty much accepted” that the war in Iraq was a mistake.


Couric referenced comments made by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday’s “The Charlie Rose Show,” and said she actually agreed with Ahmadinejad on one point. “Oftentimes Westerners don’t really understand fully the values of this particular culture.”
So, when Katie busts on the U.S. mission in Iraq, agrees with a tyrant, and hops on Dan's Rathergate bus what are we to think?

We think of her opinions the same way millions of other Americans have when they decided a morning talk show host simply didn't have the credentials or authority needed to anchor the evening news.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Overpaid and ugly to boot, CBS may as well have Cindy Sheehan anchoring the news.

11:23 AM  

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