Dear Friends at CNN.
As little kids during WWII, it was nice, a movie every Saturday for ten cents, and "The Eyes and Ears of the World," news item between the two movies. Cartoons were best. They were at the end of the movies, while our folks tried to drag us out in the middle of the cartoons. Our only problem.
Today, the movies are, what $9?, and no news. Instead, we listened with our parents, eagerly, sitting on the floor in front of the large, attractive, wooden radio.
However, zip fastly to the 21st century and we are flooded with news of the Iraqi invasion 24 hours per day. And kids get to see TV shows flooded with killing equipment. It is obvious CNN and others do not wish to "allow" Americans to see what CNN International offers the "better-educated and well-informed" European community.
CNN is at fault. Wolf is up 23 of the 24 hours of the day, talking of nothing else.
Questions to ask Wolf at a cocktail party:
What did you do today?
How long does it take to get the top of your head so polished? Especially in a sandy country?
Do you eat Iraqi food? Kosher food? We hear they serve it to the Army.
Where do attend Shul? How do you attend?
Are there any synagoges in Kuwait? Iraq? Likely none.
How long were you the Editor of the J Post (Jerusalem Post)? Do you, too, like Ari Fleischer and others in the U.S. Government, have dual citizenship with Israel?
What will you do when there is no war, and when Israel has finished off and completed the ethnic cleansing of Palestinians?
Who will hire, you Wolf?
Wolf's Bosses at CNN: "See what you've done? Fox has got 2nd place. It's all your fault! Can't you talk about something else besides Iraq?
Wolf's Wife: "Can't you talk about something else? What are you, a monomaniac?"
Wolf's kids: "Oh, are you Daddy? I didn't recognize you."
Wolf's friends: "Can't you talk about something else? What are you, a monomaniac?"
Wolf's Co-workers at Coffee Break, Lunch or Dinner:
"Can't you talk about something else? Forget Iraq for just five minutes! What are you, a monomaniac?"
CNN Watcher: Wolf, how much money do you make for what you do?
CNN Watchers: "How about news on Central America, Africa, South America, China, Bulgaria, Greece, England (not just banal Blair), and the Scandinavian community? You know, goys are really curious, really want their kids to know something else about the world that they live in, honestly."
So, come on, Wolf, get off it, and on to other tracks. Thank you. Please, talk about something else, before we too die of Iraqomania, too!
The Media Monitors