Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 3 December 2006
Posted on 12/03/2006 4:49:54 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, December 3rd, 2006
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Sens. Joseph Biden, D-Del., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; incoming District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): National security adviser Stephen Hadley; Sens. Carl Levin, D-Mich., and John Warner, R-Va.; former President Jimmy Carter.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Hadley; Sens. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., and Chuck Hagel, R-Neb.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind.; Gov. Tom Vilsack, D-Iowa; actor Richard Dreyfuss.
LATE EDITION (CNN) : Sens. Joseph Biden, D-Del., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.; Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer; incoming District of Columbia Police Chief Cathy Lanier.
OK, so where's McLame? Could it be he's back in Arizona tending to the illegal problem?
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In Depth with Jimmy Carter
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Everytime I see "Jaws" on cable I route for the shark to get Dreyfuss.
Ugh! The speaker lineup is frightening--nothing but the usual lib and RINO suspects, plus, the worst president in modern history.
I think I'm going to go to Washington DC and lead a protest against all the Sunday Show studios about the never ceasing presence of:
John F'n Kerry
There are 100 senators in the United States. Not counting a couple who aren't on this week (John McCain and Chuck Schumer), why, oh why, can't we hear from ALL the rest, 91 more of them, in alphabetical order, before ANY of these nine get on again for even a minute?
Is that TOO much to ask? Geesh!!!!!!
Wallace gave interview to Hotline (subn.only) and said he is the first to get Scotus on TV. Not true - James Rosen interviewed the late Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist three times & a lengthy interview with Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on Fox.
And he says on this interview - his dream guest would be Barack Hussein Obama (who is against removing Iraq's Hussein.) dream guest?
To heck with term limits...we need limits on Sunday talk show appearances.
Morning AB, All,
Singing in the church choir this morning.
I will, however, return just in time to see my beloved, the next Secretary of Defense, Senator Joe Biden.
It's 6 am in Atlanta, do you know where Chris Matthews is? Me either!
Chris Matthews is off today, his Sunday Show hosted by Andrea Mitchell. How exciting is that?
"Eight for 08" Series, Andrea calls the show, and wouldn't you know, today, one of the "Eight" is Hillary, and Hillary is "the" subject candidate du jour. (Gag Me!)
"Bring back the good old Clinton days", is what Andrea calls the message of Hillary. Joe Klein asks will the American people want to keep electing the weird Clintons and Bushes for it's presidency? . Of course Cynthia McKinney thinks one more Clinton in the White House would be a good thing. Elizabeth Bumiller says "yes Hillary does carry a lot of the Clinton baggage, but Hillary will be the establishment candidate,and Democrats are really tough on their establishment candidates.
Andrew Sullivan says Hillary has been a fine senator, but she's too devisive, Andrew and Klein tout Obama as the candidate who will end the partisan rancor caused by back to back Bush/Clinton/Bush presidencies.
Andrew Sullivan makes fun of Hillary's public speaking ability. He said he read one of her speeches and it was fine, then he watched her give it, and "mocking" is the only way to describe his assessment of her.
Bumiller says Hillary is extremely vulnerable on her Iraq War vote, especially in the primaries. Mckinney says Hillary gives a better explanation for her vote than John Kerry does. (well dUH) McKinney says every serious democrat in the senate at the time, voted to support the war. (you don't often hear liberals admit that dirty little secret out loud, let's give a rare kudo to Cynthia )
Andrew Sullivan agrees with Chuck Todd of Hotline, that the midwest might not go for Hillary, especially Iowa. "What about down south", Andrea asked. McKinney says "Hillary won't play well there, unfortunately." (LOL at Cynthia's "unfortunately"!, and I take back her kudo!)
What to do with this guy in the White House", Andrew Sullivan asks of Bill Clinton's presence in a Hillary White House. They all laugh when Mitchell shows a shot of Hillary looking like a back up singer to super star, guitar strumming Bill at her own birthday party last month.
on to Iraq, and the Baker report: "It was an Awful week for Bush", they all agree. Just awful! "very sad week" says Sullivan. Busmiller says Bush needs to accept part of Baker Report. McKinney agrees with Mitchell, that "cut and run" is now where the American people are in their thinking.
McKinney says Bush has to agree with the "out by 08" recommendation of the Baker Study Group. Sullivan says, no he won't, "Bush is in clinical denial", says Sullivan. (how cute is that? Sullivan can't help going for the clever sound bite insult...he's such a queen!)
Mitchell says it's Hillary v Obama on The Baker Report. How will they react to it? The panel repeats the conventional wisdom I keep hearing, that Barak Obama was always against the war, without mentioning he wasn't in the Senate at the time the vote was taken.
All Democrats will accept the Baker recommendations, the panel agrees, " a no-brainer".
Mckinney says Mitt Romney is trying to establish himself as first in the hearts of southern conservative voters. He' s enlisted he support of the widow of Mrs. Paul Coverdell, and other prominent southern republicans.
Klein says Saudis are threatening to support Iraqi insurgents if we pull out of Iraq too quickly, that's why Cheney made a bee-line over there last week.
Busmiller says Bush is more receptive to talking to Iran and Syria than he's letting on.
Andrew Sullivan says conservatives might forgive Romney for being a Mormon, but not for being pro-gay.
(And I forgive Sullivan for connecting every utterance to his sexual preference...BUT gee whiz, he's such a boring one trick pony!.)
Good Sunday morning to you. And, thanks, as always for this thread.
A lineup of empty suits. Well, who cares? I'm going to be spending my morning in church listening to the Word of God, not the words of some media windbags.
I think to be fair, and we are always fair here on FR, you have to give equal credit to Bubba as a coequal worst President of all time.
John Warner - McCainiac who now want to challenge James Inholfe for Enviro-Committee leadership post and then push for Liberal/McCain global warming issue.
Another McCain proxy, Lindsey Graham do or speak whatever his boss want him to - about troops, interrogation, judges. One good thing however....... proxies might bring their boss' hopes down to the drain by their actions.
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