Tuesday, May 25, 2010

'It Was Ridiculous and an Absurd Conflict of Interest'

Honestly, avoiding any discussion of Larry King doing the nasty is proper editorial judgment if you ask me. Let's face it, you're CNN. You can't afford to have what few remaining viewers there are reaching for the remote.
Anderson Cooper and his crew at CNN had a conspicuous case of amnesia Friday night when they aired a segment on celebrity cheaters including Tiger Woods, Jesse James, Eliot Spitzer, Mark Sanford and David Letterman. "What was striking was who was absent -- Larry King," noticed radio producer Tom Somach. "His cheating scandal got as much press as any of the others. I guess the fact that King has a show on CNN protected him. It was ridiculous and an absurd conflict of interest."
I guess the statute of limitations now applies to Bill Clinton.

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