Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 23 December 2007
Posted on 12/23/2007 5:07:31 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, December 23rd, 2007
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Gen. David Petraeus; Joel Osteen, pastor at Lakewood Church in Houston; Morrill Worcester, president of Worcester Wreath.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
LATE EDITION (CNN) : Excerpts of previous interviews are featured in an end-of-year special.
Morning AB. Thanks once again for posting this thread. Congrats to last weeks winners. Good morning to everyone
MERRY CHRISTMAS !!!!!!!
Here are the email addresses or web pages for commenting to the weekend talk shows:
Meet the Press Meet the Press mailbox (web page for comments)
Face the Nation firstname.lastname@example.org
Fox News Sunday FNS@foxnews.com
ABC This Week email@example.com
CNN Late Edition CNN Late Edition (web page for comments)
Wow, you’re fast!
Merry Christmas to you, too!
I just happened to be looking.
Good morning all!
Well, it looks like the show to watch this week is Fox News Sunday. They are featuring this week two good interviews in General David Petraeus and pastor Joel Osteen. It sure beats last week, that’s for sure.
Meet the Press continues its series of interviewing the candidates with its interview of Ron Paul. The question is, which side of Ron Paul are we going to get: the reasonable one we saw on Face the Nation last month or the moonbatty one we see when he tends to be provoked? Plus, the other question: what side of Tim Russert are we going to see, the softy side he uses for Democrats or the jerk side he uses for Republicans?
Speaking of Face the Nation, they are also interviewing candidates, with Barack Obama representing the Democratic side and yet another nauseating appearance by Mike Huckabee. Apparently Mr. Huckabee is the hottest ticket in town for the Sunday talk shows and that should tell you something, something not so good if you are a conservative.
This Week features Rudy Giuliani a few days after another health scare propelled him back into the headlines at a time when Huckabee was starting to steal his thunder. He’s had a history of dropping out in situations (see: the New York 2000 Senate race against Hillary) like these but right now he’s still in it. How he performs with/against Stephanopoulos will be worth watching.
Late Edition is a “best of.”
Ratings analysis coming up...
NBC MEET THE PRESS....4,671,000 (34%) (+790,000) CBS FACE THE NATION...3,321,000 (24%) (+379,000) ABC THIS WEEK.........3,122,000 (23%) (+125,000) FOX NEWS SUNDAY.......2,094,000 (15%) (-368,000) CNN LATE EDITION........598,000 ( 4%) (+ 70,000)This past week, for the fifth straight week in a row, more people watched the Sunday talk shows than the week prior. Most notable this week is the gains made by FACE THE NATION, who gained nearly 400,000 viewers from last week to rise to four month highs in viewers and audience share. MEET THE PRESS regained the large audience losses it suffered last week but because more people are tuning in it only regained half of the audience share from its high two weeks ago. THIS WEEK had modest gains.
Looks like Wallace is beginning to get it. If he runs all rinos and libs like his buddies at the other rag nets he will wind up in the trash barrel along with them.
You’ve been up for awhile too. I saw a post from you on another thread I was reading a few hours ago.
While Americans in general prepared for the holidays, and began to look at the presidential candidates race, ‘they’ passed this in the night, and the fence wasn’t all!
Did you ever get a chance to see this one?
This is the future, state by state the decision will be made as to whether or not to let the illegal invaders take over or not.
So far Oklahoma and Arizona are saying no to the illegals.
I am pleased you have the day off you have been so busy recently.
Thanks as alays to Alas for the thread and to Bahbah for judging last week’s awards, I will put them up shortly but first tend to stuff the turkey and get it in the oven.
You roast a turkey 2 days before Christmas!! What are you doing for Christmas dinner?
Yes I did, as you know. The link source is even more interesting. The MSM and Democrats are in for a rude awakening, IMHO, over this issue. It does not appear to be going away, as they both hoped it would. Americans may be tolerant but most people have been stretched beyond their breaking point on it.
IF I remember correctly, in the UK they say Happy Christmas. Is that right snugs?
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