Larry King's Desperate Plea For Mandatory Retirements at CNN

Confused by everything and at war with the Modern World, Larry King is semi-living proof that CNN needs to immediately implement a mandatory retirement age. On his special program about Gerald Ford, the King of Teevee fought a brave battle against clear, simple statements. Here's the transcript hilarity, starting with Bob Woodword's recent recording of Gerald Ford very clearly hating on the Iraq Occupation:


FORD: I don't think if I had been president on the basis of the facts as I saw them publicly, I don't think I would have wanted the Iraqi war. I would have maximized our efforts through sanctions, through restrictions, whatever, to find another answer.

(END VIDEO CLIP)

KING: That was a little difficult to understand...

WOODWARD: He had...

KING: He was, in essence, saying what about Iraq?

WOODWARD: Well, he said specifically -- and this is in 2004 -- that he wouldn't have gone to war in Iraq if he had been president. He said, "I don't think, if I had been president, on the basis of the facts as I saw them publicly, I don't think I would have ordered the Iraq War. I would have maximized our effort through sanctions, through restrictions, whatever, to find another answer." He made it very clear that he did not agree with the reasons that President Bush laid out for the war, namely the belief that there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq or that there was some obligation that the United States or the president had...

KING: Tom...











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