Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 27 January 2008
Posted on 01/27/2008 5:17:18 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, January 27th, 2008
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and former Gov. Mike Huckabee, R-Ark.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y.; former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill.
LATE EDITION (CNN) : Gen. David Petraeus; Paulson; former Gov. Mitt Romney, R-Mass.; Huckabee.
What’s the over under on how many cackles we hear from Hillary this morning?
No pre-Sunday thread?
Phsstpok is still on semi-sabbatical due to his Father’s illness. Prayers still up, and are still needed!
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Can I finish? Can I finish?...Can I finish?
Shillery and Obama are the ONLY Dems today!
Before tomorrow's Prez' SOTU speech, MSM will try to diminish the Prez as a lame duck with low approval ratings & such. Americans gave Prez.Bush to rule until, Jan 2009 in REAL ELECTION.
Let 's offer a Pre-buttal to the MSM.
About their opinion dynamics poll - they predicted "Gore win", "Kerry win", awarded Florida to Kerry by 6 points & democrat-senate (in 2004). (Fox Star declared that David Kay will be remembered in History for W's defeat, now - David who?) As recent as this cycle, they predicted virtual tie in Michigan & 10 pt. lead for Obama - both PROVEN FALSE.
Obviously, they 're sticking with the same loser-democrat-pollster - which no successful business would adopt.
Heritage Foundation proved that it was Pat Buchannon, the spoiler in 2000 elections taking away more Bush votes than Ralph Nader taking democrat-votes that caused a closer Bush-win. But, Bret Baier even this week giving the false-democrat-spin while reporting about Nader run.
Bush responsible for Katrina "debacle"(yeah, even McCain says that) - Proof is in the latest 99% Luisiana election results.
MSM declared that Bush will be a "lame duck" because of the closer election. Proved wrong, passing 2 of the BIGGEST tax-cuts. Won 10 million more-votes in 2004 than in 2000.
2 wars, 2 Supreme Court Judges, Conservative-Fed Chairman. Most Pro-Life advancement ever.
Above everything-else, MSM slashed & burned itself because of BDS. 81% don't believe whatever they "report" as news.
11 more months left. Let them keep calling "lame duck". RESULTS MATTER above all.
Good morning, Alas, all.
I don’t usually watch Disgrace the Nation, but may just to see Hillary! being really phony after having her head handed to her in South Carolina.
The content today ought to be priceless. I’m looking forward to seeing and hearing some incredible spin and serious contorting on the part of our favorite partisans in light of last evenings developments. It’s a little early for popcorn but I’ve got a batch ready.
BTW, for any who are interested - I know many of your think Bill and Hill are certifiable nut-cases but you would be surprised just how on the mark your suspicions are. IMO Bill (And to a large extent Hill as well) are truly certifiable Socio/Psychopaths.
To prove my point I’ve put together a profile of your typical run-of-the-mill Psychopath. It is on my “About” page so just click my name and take a look. I think you will be shocked at how close the clinical description of this serious mental disorder fits the Bent One and his disgusting ‘Spouse’. Enjoy.
How curious and ‘simply’ coincidental that McCain is on the Sunday show with the largest viewership right before the Florida primary! I bet Hillary will just happen to be on that same show the Sunday before superduper Tuesday.
IIRC, he was on MTP before Michigan primary too.
Low Blow (Mark Levin Sets the Record Straight on McCain Fibbing about Romney)
The Corner ^ | January 26, 2008 | Mark Levin
Posted on 01/27/2008 7:43:17 AM EST by PJ-Comix
Very interesting article to read before listening to McCain’s spin on MTP today
1] Obama is appealing to the younger voters.
2] Obama is actually bringing them in to vote.
In the states where Obama has won or come close, the number of people voting is nearly double that in 04.
3] Obama is running on ‘change’ from the old Washington establishment. The Clintons are perceived as part of the old Washington establishment. Clinton is having a difficult time selling herself to the voters.
4] Obama is a youthful candidate who continues a positive message.
Those are also messages the Republicans should heed: The Republican leadership and MSM are trying to re-annoint John McCain.
1] McCain does not appeal to the younger voters. [Recall 1996.]
2] McCain is not bringing large numbers of new voter. McCain is having a difficult time even holding on to the conservative base. He and the Republican leadership hope the conservatives will have nowhere else to go and will vote for McCain anyway. [Recall 1996.]
3] McCain is Washington establishment. The voters are screaming for change from the Washington establishment. The Republican leadership, who are Washington establishment, are pushing McCain, who is Washington establishment. [Recall 1996.]
4] McCain is old. Even with many of the party faithful, McCain’s age is a factor. McCain is old. McCain’s ideas are old. McCain’s policies are old. McCain is Washington establishment.
The Republican leadership are as tone deaf on the current mood of the voters as they were on amnesty for illegals, because they want to maintain the Washington establishment. If they can get McCain elected, it is business as usual, open borders, amnesty for illegals, status quo, and proof they can stick their middle finger at the conservatives (who don’t have anywhere else to go) and still get their votes. And life in the Washington establishment goes on.
If the establishment Republicans manage to get McCain to head the ticket in November, look a repeat of 1996. Either Clinton or Obama will
She may have to activate her auto-cackler as even Frank Rich at the Times has turned on her.
Wallace/FoxNews must like Huckabee. They seem to have him on allot.
Russert has McCain. It will be interesting to see whether Russert plays nice with Johnny or roughs him up some. Russert and the MSNBC team were rather giddy as Obama’s big victory last evening.
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