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Qtec
07-05-2012, 01:09 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">On Tuesday afternoon, Fox News’ The Five co-hosts gave their take on the former conservative wunderkind Jonathan Krohn‘s coming out as no longer believing in conservatism. Greg Gutfeld chalked the conversion up to what he calls “Krohn’s Disease” (a play on the inflammatory bowel disease of the same name) while liberal co-host Bob Beckel told the more conservative hosts that “If you want him back, we’ll be happy to give him back to you.”

After playing a clip of a 13-year-old Krohn delivering his famous 2009 Conservative Political Action Conference speech, Gutfeld delivered a monologue: </div></div>

Watch it here (http://www.mediaite.com/tv/fox-news-the-five-takes-on-former-conservative-whiz-kid-jonathan-krohn/)


Geez, didn't you know it? Its a big conspiracy!

<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Who didn’t see Krohn coming? He existed to validate the assumptions of the left. A right winger who finally opens his eyes, thus gaining strange new respect from the media. But that’s not real life. Normally you start out idealistic and then you stumble to wisdom — it’s why Occupy Wall Streeters are young, but the Tea Partiers aren’t. That’s why Krohn was so odd. I call it “Krohn’s Disease.” Justice John Roberts might have a case. So once you got past Krohn’s novelty a parent rewarded with attention, you see that he’s still kind of doing it now. He’s entering his adolescent rebellion age which, along with Jack Kerouac and acne, generally brings an idealistic leftism. it’s normal. It’s not his fault; it’s the right’s for being taking in by a ventriloquist dummy. And really it’s been around forever: the precocious child impressing adults through mimicry. You know, the sort of </div></div>


Disgusting.

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Gayle in MD
07-05-2012, 08:04 AM
Yes, and they generally are disgusting.

Krohn was interviewed by Lawrence O'Donnell a day or so ago, on his show, and he presented himself in a very genuine, sensible manner, as to how and why he decided to change his political views.

G.