Contact Us

All Things CNN is an independent blog that has no affiliation with CNN.

If you wish to contact us with tips, comments or suggestions our email is

To contact a specific CNN program please check our CNN programs link at the top of this page.

To contact CNN
click here.


All Things CNN
is now on Twitter.
twitter / AllThingsCNN

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Candy Crowley on ABC's The View

Candy Crowley sat at the table with the ladies of The View on Wednesday morning to discuss the previous night's Presidential debate:

AC360 Transcript
AC360 Podcast

All content, unless otherwise cited, is © All Things CNN and may not be used without consent of the blog administrator.


Anonymous said...

Candy Crowley did an excellent job
moderating the debate and if the GOP has trouble with the word moderator, they should look it up in the dictionary, or google it, or present it to their nonexistent fact checker.
She did what Jim Lehrer did not do,
moderate and let Mitt Romney take over.
Sorry but she did her job.
And if she were a HE, they would not use the word 'pushy.'
They would have said she was objective and showed leadership qualities when she asked Mitt to stay focused on ,assault weapontry.'
He never answered the question pertaining to women's rights, because his wifey didn't work and her rights were also nonexistent.
As for his phrase the "whole binder of women," is a 60's phrase because Mr.Romney is backwards and still uses sixties speak.
Do we really want this awkward backwards, nongeek, doctoring our Social Security and Medicare, when he can't speak without a teleprompter?
Romney lost his'cool' and Candy made him lose it.
Good for her.
Let's do it again.

Anonymous said...

SNL did a wonderful parody of Candy Crowley, and the last Presidential debate.
The actor that played Candy was terrific and she even looks like her.
I don't like the impersonator who plays President Obama.
Yes, he's black, but in my HO, that is the only resemblance to the POTUS, he has going for him.
He is not funny and there must be somebody else who is Afro-American and can do a better job, although after election day, we may not have to worry about it.