Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 23 September 2007
Posted on 09/23/2007 4:57:33 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, September 23rd, 2007
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and filmmaker Ken Burns.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Mrs. Clinton and former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Mrs. Clinton.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Mrs. Clinton and Burns.
LATE EDITION (CNN) : Mrs. Clinton; Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt; French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner; Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb.; former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski; former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Isn’t it shameful that in a country of 300 million souls we have to promote celebrities like a notoriously scandalous president’s wife as a political leader?
The Mrs William Jefferson Clinton Sunday Thread!
Think she’ll be asked some tough questions?
It’d be cool if we had another Clinton blow up on Wallace’s show but I’m not holding my breath.
Sunday Clintonfest - We all think alike. Interesting comments worth reading.
Anyone want to bet that they will ask 1 tough question of Hillary?
So todays’ shows will be nothing but an illegal contribution in kind to the Hillary campaign.
CNN Mrs. Clinton; Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt; French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner; Sen. Chuck Hagel, R-Neb.; former national security adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski; former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
Exactly. If she were a Republican she will be trashed with Hsu-cide scandals, & Betray-Us slash. Funny, they went after Putin for alleged murder of his critic in London. Here, nobody cares why Hsu on suicide-mission or someone trying to kill him.
A list of names:
PIAPS (Pig in a Pants-suit)
Her Royal Thighness
PLEASE add your favorites and any other names for her as you can recall.
At the same time, only on CNN, John Roberts questioned her about Moveon.org. ad. Other networks took a pass.
Bill Clinton regularly touts his wife's bid for the White House by telling crowds that leaders around the globe are pulling for Hillary Clinton's election in 2008. Yet none of the leaders the former President cited will back him up, the Daily News has found.
Aides to the Clintons refused to provide a full list of the global leaders allegedly supporting Hillary Clinton.
Big day for the I’m Not Gay candidate...
It is a total lie as anyone who spends 5 minutes research knows. I think since Hilly ran over the DLC to suck up to the Kosie crowd she should be asked to defend their gutter slime actions.
(The only question is whether she will wear pink or yellow.)
Wow, what a list. All Hillary, All the Time! Only a sadomasochist could sit through this one without running out of the room or turning off the TV in disgust, which I probably will be doing a few times this morning.
And then there’s the “opposition:” Newt “Hillary has an 80-20 chance of winning” Gingrich, Alan “Iraq was a war for oil, then it wasn’t” Greenspan, and, um... Michael Leavitt? Well, like it or not, Leavitt’s probably the only one in the bunch that’ll be willing and able to stand up against Hillarycare II. (Leavitt, BTW, is the Health and Human Services secretary, appointed back in 2004 to replace Tommy Thompson.)
It’s amazing how the news media gets to flout equal time rules and give free air to Hillary and Biden with only Huckabee thus far getting anything to respond. Of course, the way they get around it is by claiming they’re “bona fide news interviews.” We all know they’re not. I think one of the most shrewd things someone like Hunter or Tancredo would be able to do was to demand equal time.
Very True. This time, our eyes are on the MSM. Time for them to prove if they have back-bone.
Atleast this sunday, it will be OJ-free day. Whomever advising her to spam like this are going to regret bigtime.
To quote Gingrich, chances of that happening are about 80-20. Perhaps a little better on FNS but I still doubt it.
Hsu will get a pass, I’m sure, and Hillarycare II— actually with LE bringing on Leavitt it may get addressed but I doubt it will be challenged all that much. The plan is just so absurd and unAmerican— so much to the point that Edwards is now claiming credit for it.
I can think of a quite a few “world” leaders who support Mrs Clinton:
Osama Bin Laden
Grand Ayatollah Ali Khamenei
Kim Il Jung
Sheik Hassan Nasrallah
Sheikh Ahmed Yassin
The entire Poltiburo of the People’s Republic of China
HAHAHA! Oh so typical, move lips, lie. World leaders support people like Kerry because he goes to foreign lands and calls the United Stated an “international perhia (sp). I have been watching cspan this morning and someone called in to discuss that we need to be citizens of the world, not citizens of america. E-gads.
No doubt on that.
"I'll take less than 350 posts for $1,000 Alex".
"What? You mean Snugs will not be posting her always sumptuous dinner pictures"? "Can I double down on the $1,000"?
I think I'll call my dentist and see if I can schedule a root canal this morning.
LOL... it'll get thicker... just wait till you hear the reviews!
A link to another newsmaker as an intermission of wall to wall Clinton.
The so-called leaders who would have supported him from - France, Germany, Canada, Sweden, Czech, Poland, Columbia are all gone.
Sorry I was late posting them but I did the Christmas Cakes this morning and it took about an hour longer to prepare than I had budgeted.
That’s actually a pretty good article, and he’s mostly right.
That being said, I have this inkling suspicion he may be doing this just to throw his hat into the ring.
hellary is the one I usually use.
The question is whether she will have rehearsed her responses to the advance copy of previously approved questions to avoid reading responses from her notes.
That’s OK— do we have a 4-10 this week?
Tavis Smiley is MSM’s Jesse Jackson or Al Sharpton.
NM— found it.
Well, like it or not, Leavitts probably the only one in the bunch thatll be willing and able to stand up against Hillarycare II.
President Bush used his Saturday Radio Address yesterday, which is totally ignored by the non-partisan /s media, to ask Congress to send him a reauthorization of the SCHIP program, that he can sign before it expires on Sept 30.
THE PRESIDENT: Good morning.
In just eight days, the State Children’s Health Insurance Program — or “SCHIP” — is set to expire. This important program helps children whose families cannot afford private health insurance, but who do not qualify for Medicaid, to get the coverage they need. I strongly supported SCHIP as a governor, and have strongly supported it as President. My 2008 budget proposed to increase SCHIP funding by $5 billion over five years, a 20 percent increase over current funding.
Instead of working with my Administration to enact this funding increase for children’s health, Democrats in Congress have decided to pass a bill they know will be vetoed. One of their leaders has even said such a veto would be a “political victory.” As if this weren’t irresponsible enough, Congress is waiting until the SCHIP program is just about to expire before passing a final bill. In other words, Members of Congress are risking health coverage for poor children purely to make a political point.
The proposal congressional leaders are pushing would raise taxes on working Americans and would raise spending by $35 to $50 billion. Their proposal would result in taking a program meant to help poor children and turning it into one that covers children in some households with incomes of up to $83,000 a year. And their proposal would move millions of children who now have private health insurance into government-run health care. Our goal should be to move children who have no health insurance to private coverage — not to move children who already have private health insurance to government coverage.
I wonder if Senator Clinton will be asked about this.
In this regard what is being said is a half truth not a full lie it is what is being implied that is the lie that the other candidates would not be treated similarly if they won.
I anticipate unctious Uriah Heep action from the interviewers, thrilled that Her Thighness has deigned to be bombarded with their softball questions.
Wanna bet probably on the Sunday talk shows but no doubt FNC will devote an hour or so to later today.
They would rather taking talking points from Hillary Clinton & pose questions accordingly. Today's WSJ has a good article about it - HillaryCare Flops in California.
The question is what has prompted her to come out and do this media circus. It is not about unveiling her sham of a health care plan.
This is pure calculation from the “smartest woman in the world.” There must be a reason behind it.
The only thing that I can think of is two words - Fred Thompson. They must not like what they see in some of their internals.
The MSM will summarize Bush's address:
We heard once again this week that President Bush eats little
babies for breakfast. Senator Clinton, do you eat babies for
You must feel similar when comments are made like that as us Brits do when we are told we need to be more European.
I am cooking the Christmas Cake at present if you are lucky you will get a photo of that later :o)
Yeah, that just about nails it. I mean, I’m all for debates and exposure, but what the heck are the lower-tier candidates thinking?! They’re getting no exposure from this and they’re virtually guaranteed to be entering a hostile environment. Yet the Dems won’t debate on Fox News.
I won’t be watching.
###### Defeated: 'habeas corpus' for Guantanamo terrorists.
###### Lost: Liberal suit against Caterplillar.
###### Maryland's highest court upholds state law defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
###### R.I.P. D.C. voting rights bill.
###### Moveon -> Code-pink.
###### A glutton for punishment.
###### Democrat Disarray.
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