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Idiocracy: Can CNN’s John King please apologize for his lameness?

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By Michelle Malkin  •  January 19, 2011 10:09 AM

The anchor who once shouted that he “wished he brought a gun to work” after his Magic Screen malfunctioned (h/t Allahpundit), and who works for the network that made “Crossfire” famous (see Doug Powers for an iconic screenshot), is now interrupting his show for real-time p.c. language self-policing of guests who use the term “crosshairs:”

Idiocracy: The new normal.

Or rather, the old normal — only super-sized now and wrapped in a shiny new mantle of “civility.”

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