Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 16 December 2007
Posted on 12/16/2007 5:00:37 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, December 16th, 2007
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Former Sen. George Mitchell, D-Maine, author of a report on performance-enhancing drugs in baseball; Reps. Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., and Jane Harman, D-Calif.; Ted Leonsis, owner of the National Hockey League's Washington Capitals.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Former Gov. Mitt Romney, R-Mass.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Former Sen. Fred Thompson, R-Tenn., and Edwards.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Former Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C.; former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan.
LATE EDITION (CNN) : Edwards; Sens. Joe Biden, D-Del., Kit Bond, R-Mo., and Evan Bayh, D-Ind.
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Tearing down that Huckabee's Mask:
Victor Davis Hanson's wisdom: Mike Huckabee: Howard Dean in slow motion.
I would NEVER EVER vote for this guy.
Interesting absence of Obama and Clinton, I suppose they’re being saved for last telecast before Iowa.
Good morning to you!
Hopefully, GOP Evangilists will start seeing the light on Huckleberry!
I’m for Fred. I hope his numbers start to go up as Hucklebee’s go down.
Still, I’ll be pulling the “R” level come November.
I said Huckleberry above.
I meant Huck-A-bee. One of my dear old dogs, who died last year, was named Huckleberry, so that kinda slipped out.
Need more coffee!!!!
I wish they had the Kentucky politician who used to be a baseball player go on with George Mitchell. His viewpoints would be interesting. If only I could remember his name...Bunning?
That’s it. Jim Bunning, the senator from Kentucky.
Having said that, I am open to other leading candidates (McCain with greatest reservation).
Fred would be great but he has no chance. Lacks the fire in the belly, thing. Not sure he’s well. Looks tired, almost as if this were too big an effort for him.
Afraid it’s going to be Romney; the big boys are starting to gather ‘round him. NR has come out for him, as has Judge Bork.
Rudy’s personal life is too problematic. Huckabee is the GOP’s Carter. McCain too often campaigns one way and votes another. He’s too close to the Dems.
Romney it is.
Al Quida would love to have McCain in charge at Gitmo.
Very True. Also, so-called-global warming. That ‘s why I said with “greatest reservation” of all. (Still better than any dem).
Good morning AB and everyone, and congratulations to last weeks posters too.
Did you see FNC earlier this morning? I can’t remember the news paper but the headline was along the lines of “We’ve been Hucked” or something like that. I had to laugh but I can sadly see this being used against us if Hucklebee wins the nomination.
Good point anita. Who the candidate surrounds himself with becomes telling as to other decisions they will make in the future.
I’m not ready to cheer for the governor of Massachusetts, of all places, for our Republican candidate.
Come Fall, I’m voting Republican.
Untill then, Go Fred, Go!!!!
Good morning everyone.
Digging out here. Going to be ccld and windy. Brrrr.
ccld=cold. See, my fingers are frozen.
Personally I have nothing against her Morgan, but until recent months she was taking jabs @ our President with dems on TV - Fred Thompson may have missed all that, but Bushies will remember.
Just an observation from the guest list.... it looks like Edwards has bought his way to some more television time.... and that Hillary is done.
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