Eco-lunatic and enviro-hypocrite Ted Turner is still doing his stuff, but these comments during a discussion about more soldiers dying from suicides than in combat is even more twisted than his usual fare:
Appearing on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight on Wednesday’s evening, CNN founder Ted Turner said it is “good” that more U.S. soldiers are now dying by suicide than in combat.
Morgan said: “You made the point to me in the break there that more American servicemen are–
Turner interrupted: –are dying now from suicide over there than are dying in combat.”
Morgan asked: “I mean, that’s shocking isn’t it?”
“Well, what, no,” Turner said. “I think it’s good, because it’s so clear that we are programmed, and we’re born, to love and help each other, not to kill each other, destroy each other,” the media mogul said. “That’s an aberration, that’s left over from hundreds of years ago. It’s time for us to start acting enlightened.”
The clip below ends just before Nurse Ratched arrived with Ted’s meds cup, but I can’t even muster further comment on that.