Sunday, July 31, 2011

Kiran Chetry Signs Off


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good riddance to Kiran Chetry, on your way out the door you can take Ali Baba with you, he's better suited to be on Trash TV with Nancy Disgrace & Dr. Jew.

Memo to Christine Romans: Wax up your luscious legs baby, your about to get ALOT more couch time & you know that nothing pumps up the ratings more than a great set of legs, and yours are spectacular!!

Get ready Gretchen Carlson, the couch wars are about to heat up and your gams just don't measure up to Christine's.
Perhaps Fox should consider replacing Gretch with Aly Camerota or Jamie Colby if they have any hope of trying to "out leg" Chris Romans.

CNN likes to boast "the most news in the morning", but Chris Romans rocks THE most legs in the morning!!

12:19 PM  
Anonymous Dorkus Maximus said...

"Anonymous" has given us a paradigm for stupid comments. In the future, anthropologists will study Anonymous's comment to understand the depths of human idiocy.

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kiran was the only reason I watched AM in the beginning but I thought the new lineup of Kiran, Ali and Christine was a great crew. Now it's back to Morning Joe for me.

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kiran Chetry was dumb as a stick. Pretty, yes, but she detracted from the show with her stupid comments and poorly conceived questions.... Glad she's gone. It would be nice to see the program return to a harder news format. No one wants to listen to ill educated anchors blather on.

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anti-Anonymous said...

Anonymous has defined a new low, not even understanding what good legs are, not to mention what intelligence is - like your racial comments for example. If legs are what you want, Google up "porn" instead. There's good ones and awful ones - you'll like the awful ones.

Kiran is a highly intelligent, professional news anchor that is thoughtful, insightful, and best of all has a great personality.

She's one in a million.

8:16 PM  

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