Skip to comments.Al Hunt on Tea Partiers: "They Love Glenn Beck & Skeptical of McCain, That's Not America" (Video)
Posted on 04/19/2010 12:30:44 AM PDT by Talkradio03
ABC's This Week guests talk about who the tea party movement is, and wizard of smart Al Hunt says it's not America to be skeptical of Mccain and love Glenn Beck..(Video)
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These people continue the politics of personalization instead of studying and then discussing philosophies. If if won’t play on the front of PEOPLE magazine, they won’t use it.
They are catering to dumbed-down audiences. Ck my tagline.
Who is Al Hunt and Why should I care?
“Dissent is Patriotic”.
— Every liberal in America, when Bush was President
I am no longer skeptical of McCain, I am convinced he is unfit for office.
Ask Al Hunt who created the Tea Parties.
Did he think real Americans would just bend over and take the shaft the democrat party keeps shoving into us?
Who is Al Hunt? Never heard of him.
Hasn't Al *unt, that dried-up old queen, died yet?
Figurately, as opposed to Bill Ayers, a LITERAL leftist bomb-thrower.
I think that's the guy from New Orleans that was the great trumpet player. Remember the hits Cotton Candy and Sugar Lips? But I thought he was dead...
Being a constitutional American is not American, I suppose
I saw Al Hunt on a flight from L.A. to Washington, D.C. last year (August, I think) and he was with a child about 12 years old who looked to be suffering from some severe malady that was incapaciting both physically and mentally. Hunt looked like the most unhappy person in the world sitting with the child who was traveling with him. Does Hunt still write for the Wall Street Journal? He’s married to Judy Woodruff, the woman anchor on the PBS News Hour or whatever it’s called now.
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