Skip to comments.Meet the Press Devotes Full Hour to Health Care Debate - Complete Video 8/16/09
Posted on 08/16/2009 12:41:31 PM PDT by Federalist Patriot
Here is complete video of today's Meet the Press broadcast which focused the entire hour on the debate over Health Care.
The program featured former Dem. Sen. Tom Daschle, former GOP Rep. Dick Armey,GOP Sen. Tom Coburn, and MSNBC Host Rachel Maddow - yes, I said Rachel Maddow. I have no idea why they thought she would fit in with that lineup! . . . . . (Watch Video)
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She was there to represent the Chairman Mao wing of the Democrat Party.
I have no idea why they thought she would fit in with that lineup!I was wondering the same thing. My guess is that they are attempting to boost her ratings.
OTOH its good to see that all the Libs have to offer is lies and snarky attacks.
Well, actually both Daschle and Maddow represented the Chairman Mao wing. They had to have both to even them up in numbers with Coburn and Armey!
BTW, Coburn and Armey did very well in the lion's den, despite being provoked by David Gregory with photos of alleged "threatening" anti-Obama demonstrators. (It's possible that the placard showing O in a Nazi uniform was being carried by a pro-Obama woman in order to disparage the anti-ObamaCare protests.) Gregory also showed and excoriated a man with banner with a quotation based on Thomas Jefferson ("It's time to water the tree of liberty") - never disclosing, of course, that Jefferson is considered one of the patriarchs of today's Democrat Party. To today's left, Jefferson's emphasis on liberty is something to mock.
If you missed "Meet the Depressed" today, I'd recommend that you see the clip, if only for the fine job done by Tom Coburn and Dick Armey.
NBC is threatened by quotes from the Founding Fathers and the Author of the Declaration. AMAZING. Daschel was there for the Cuban division of the Democrat Party.
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