Erick Erickson will fit in nicely at CNN
At first, I was surprised CNN would hire Erick Erickson despite his long record of misogynist comments. Erickson has, after all, called  Michelle Obama a "harpy" and used the Limbaugh-esque pejorative "feminazis" and suggested feminists are "too ugly to get a date" and told "Ugly feminists" to "return to their kitchens." That doesn't seem like the kind of commentary the self-styled "most respected name in news" would favor, does it?
Then I remembered Alex Castellanos. Castellanos is a CNN contributor and Republican consultant most famous for creating the infamous race-baiting "Hands" ad for Jesse Helms. He's used his perch at CNN to defend  calling a woman a "bitch" and to compare  Hillary Clinton to Glenn Close in Fatal Attraction and to mock  Nancy Pelosi's physical appearance.
And, of course, it was CNN's Headline News that first brought  Glenn Beck to cable news.
So maybe Erickson won't be out of place at CNN after all.