Skip to comments.The John Batchelor Show
Posted on 09/28/2008 1:13:18 PM PDT by Perdogg
The John Batchelor Show Sunday September 28th, 2008
Listenlive from 7pm 10pm ET (4pm 7pm PT) on WABC AM 770 New York City
10pm 1am ET (7pm 10pm PT) on KFI AM 640 Los Angeles
WABC-AM New York City/WMAL-AM Washington DC/KSFO San Francisco Sundays 7 PM-10 PM Eastern Time
705P ET: Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover Institution, re the Ole Miss debate and the spin room. Re the theatrics of the Hank Paulson deal. "The Limits of Obamamania in Europe"
720P: Thaddeus McCotter, 11th Michigan (R) re the House Republican Policy Committee and the statement of principles of the economic rescue plan, re the theatrics of the White House and the Democratic majority. Re John McCain signs on with the House GOP and the future of the GOP.
735P: Roundtable John Fund, Mona Charen, Vaughn Ververs, re the Ole Miss debate and the politics of the Paulson bailout plan.
805P: Larry Kudlow, CNBC, re the Ole Miss debate, re the Paulson bailout plan.
820P: Malcolm Hoenlein, the Kadima elections and the aim of Livni to form a government, re the Iran threats at the UN. re the Russia Venezuela deal.
835P: Ken Silverstein, Harper's Magazine, author "Turkmeniscam," re the politics of the lobbyists, re Obama attacks McCain for Rick Davis.
850P: Gillian Tett, Financial Times, re the credit crisis worldwide. Putting dodgy assets in deep freeze will not remove the rot. Is the domino effect about to spread to Main Street?
905P: Jack Shaw, frmer DOD, re the mysterious case of the billionaire Iraqi-born developer and his busienss deal with Tony Rezko, and his meetings with Barack Obama in 2004.
920P: Aaron Klein, WND, re the Al Aqsa threats to Gaza, the civil war between Hamas and Gaza, re the Olmert negotiations for final status continue with Abbas.
935P: David Reynolds, author, "Waking Giant," re the Andrew Jackson presidency.
955P: Exeunt with John Loftus, Intelligence Summit.
KFI-AM 640 LA Sundays 7 PM -10 PM Pacific Time
705P PT: James Taranto, Wall Street Journal, re the Ole Miss debate, re the politics of the bailout squabble, re jet jockey style of John McCain.
720P: Jodi Schneider, Congressional Quarterly, re the bailout packages (right, all the scheming parties, no flowers), the Paulson plan, why Mrs. Pelosi fears to pass a bill with her majority, why Barney Frank was yelling in the pow-wow on Thursday 25.
735P: Roundtable, Margaret Hoover, Larry Johnson, Craig Unger, re the Ole Miss debate, re the politics of the plutocrats, re the panic in the Pelosi/Reid/Frank caucus when it realized it had sandbagged itself to vote for the Bush/Paulson plan.
750P: Continued. The Great Temporizer, and his plutocrat advisers, Buffet, Summers, Rubin, Volcker.
805P: Roundtable, Monica Crowley, John Avlon, Jim McTague, re the Ole Miss debate and the spin room.
835P: Melik Kaylan, Wall Street Journal, re the damage to South Ossetia and the brutality of the Russian invasion of Georgia.
850P: Olivier Guitta, Middle East Times, re the Al Q attacks in Yemen and Pakistan, re the Al Q offensive.
905P: Sue Shellenbarger, Wall Street Journal, re the stress on families and children when mom or dad are laid off, or change jobs.
920P: Bob Zimmerman,author, re the Hubble delay, the Chinese spacewalk, the Falcon-X delay, and the mystery of the sun's strange quietude.
935P: David Fromkin, author, "The Cowboy and the King," the story of Teddy Roosevelt and King Edward of the United Kingdom.
955P: Exeunt David Grinspoon, re SETI conference in Paris.
Thank you./Just Asking - seoul62.......
bookmark for reminder to tune in.
thanks for the ping!
Thanks for the ping!
At 7:30 the guy who runs the No Quarter blog will be on.
Hoover: The people urging the bill along are like Warren Buffet (whom I do not trust). She says there is too much panic.
Johnson: Average Germans are not concerned. Democrats have painted themselves into a corner by vilifying Wall Street and now they support an unpopular bailout. Neglected reform. Republicans are “heroes” (his words). Rep conference is not ready to pass the bill, only the leaders.
Unger: This deal is between Paulson and Pelosi.
Hoover. Why do they need the Republicans? If it’s so great, just vote on it and be done with it. Voting yes is political suicide. Principled stand by the Rs.
Johnson: Dems are not getting encouraging calls.
Batchelor: What if Rs block the bill or vote NO en masse?
Hoover: The stock market may go down a lot - I don’t know the right number.
Johnson: Don’t give money to ACORN! Franklin Raines and Jim Johnson bought loans from them. People will be hurt. Rs should hold line otherwise they will be scapegoats.
Batchelor: Bailout is not a done deal. Only the leadership thinks it has a deal, the membership is not going along.
Is Larry Johnson a Democrat? He sounds like a Republican tonight.
Larry Johnson is a puma. He was Valerie Plame’s bunkmate at Camp Perry.
Batchelor: Time’s “The Page” quotes Reid: This has been a bi-partisan approach. Now we have to get the votes.
Johnson: The D’s can pass the bill if they insist, they have a majority. The R’s aren’t ready to jump off the bridge.
Batchelor: Margaret, don’t they understand they won’t get reelected if they vote for the bill?
Hoover: They know that. No the leadership won’t be thrown out for anything. Even the initial lie about the “deal” that wasn’t will be ignored in the flurry of finger pointing. People will vote for someone. There has to be a bill, though.
Batchelor: How can that be? Who will vote for this?
Hoover: Republicans are holding the line and they have to make the bill more reasonable.
Unger: Some kind of bill has to pass. Hard to predict when, might be a few more days. But what if no bill passes?
Batchelor: Anyone who votes NO has a huge advantage.
Johnson: Rs have explosive information about the reform that never happened. Accountability was never applied, though. Rs have to hold to principles.
Unger: It’s a bi-partisan scandal [really?].
Batchelor: The leadership has to make the bill palatable.
Hoover: Right. If no one votes yes, they are all thrown out. [I doubt that.]
Someone just mentioned the CSPAN YouTube clips making the internet rounds showing the Dems as defending the status quo for years while the GOP were working for reform.
Check out his website:
He’s a Hillary supporter who is working to defeat 0bama.
Thanks for all your updates. I like Batchelor’s show because there’s so much information there. No callers to distract his guests helps, too.
Best tagline ever!!
Thanks! It came from this thread:
Obama’s Naivete. Can the U.S. afford a president who can’t recognize anti-Americanism?
Google Pacepa. His is an interesting biography.
I see that, good thread.