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The Federal Communications Commission will review complaints it receives over the on-camera gutter talk of anchors for CNN and MSNBC that came as they condemned the tea party movement in which hundreds of thousands of Americans met on Tax Day to protest not just taxes but a runaway government digging the nation into trillions of dollars in debt.
WND reported earlier on a series of vile comments from CNN's Anderson Cooper, who made repeated "teabagging" references, and MSNBC's David Shuster, who said, "Teabagging day for the right wing and they are going nuts for it."
Apparently one lady's young child called another a 'teabagger' at school and was punished and almost expelled," the reader told WND.
"I thought CNN was supposed to be a G-rated channel and programming station. After hearing them talking about teabagging, and all the sexual slurs, lewd comments and clearly sexual innuendos, I feel they should be moved to adult programming," the reader said.
Originally posted by justsomeboreddude
How did our whole country lower itself to being children ratting each other out for peeing on the playground? I support the Tea Parties. I dont like the way CNN and MSNBC tried to discredit them as just a tool of Fox News and the republicans. But to drag them before the FCC for some crude jokes is just as ridiculous. Moooommmmmyyyyyyy, Billy just peed on the tree.
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