Skip to comments.TIME's Person of the Year Announced on 'Today' Show Wednesday
Posted on 12/11/2009 1:53:32 PM PST by Beaten Valve
Beginning Monday, the "Today" will begin three days of "Person of the Year" coverage with Time magazine's announcement set for Wednesday's show.
Time managing editor Richard Stengel will discuss this year's top candidates and the selection process. On Wednesday, Stengel will reveal the 2009 Person of the Year.
The question is the 2nd letter is b or s.
Just a wild guess, but I think it’ll be that guy who won the Nobel Peace Prize, although maybe they should do a special edition of “Person of the Millenium” for that.
Yeah, don’t even have to guess, it’s a given.
Oh, yeah. Building it up for 3 days will give the “surprise” nomination some real street-buzz.
Everyone knew who it was going to be last November, ya putzes!
Gee, I hope Obama gets it. He’s been ignored so by the press. He’ so shy and retiring maybe this will help bring him out of his shell. / s
I really do hope he gets it. Obama has changed the meaning of overexposure.
They need 3 days of build-up to promote this?
Just make the announcement today and get it over with...
It’s Barry, it’s Barry, the lovable, huggable commie.
Who, oh who could it be?
It deserves to be the American taxpayer, but it will be one of the predator criminals, probably the Manchurian Candidate himself.
Because their circulation is not high enough and she’ll sell copies? (sarcasm)
I think we all know who it is....zero!!!! I didn’t see the Babawawa special (if it’s even been on yet)but I’d bet dollars to donuts that zero was her #1 most fasinating person....the media just can’t help itself....they are so firmly in his bed that they can’t seem to find the courage or sense to get out.....sad! And I am so sick of the Oprah ads about her “evening at the wh” with those two chicago thugs.....
It’s gonna be Michelle. This is no girlie choice.
With support for health care “reform” down to 39% I doubt it. Obama was person of year last year, I think, plus his 47% approval rating would keep him off the cover.
I wouldn’t be surprised if they picked Glenn Beck or Sarah Palin this year.
How can a person who in only 12 days as President accomplished enough to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize not be the obvious choice?
Let me guess: Barack Obama?
He’s only graced Time’s cover more times in the last year than any other person in history.
Well he did win the Nobel Peace Prize.
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