Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 25 March 2012
Posted on 03/25/2012 4:54:47 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
March 25th, 2012
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis.; White House adviser David Plouffe.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Plouffe; Gov. Brian Schweitzer, D-Mont.; former Gov. Haley Barbour, R-Miss.; Ben Jealous, president and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum; Rep. Paul Ryan; Sen. Chuck U. Schumer, D-N.Y.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Plouffe; Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn.
STATE OF THE UNION (CNN): Plouffe; Sen. Linda Graham, R-S.C.; Gov. Rick Scott, R-Fla.
Obama is the most racist president ever, it’s undeniable.
And it’s kinda weird because he wasn’t even down with the struggle, as they say.
It probably started during 20 years in Rev. Wright’s church where it was preached daily and grew as he realized it helped him with the black vote.
Now, I think it’s a real part of his psyche.
Electing a black president was supposed to reconcile the races. It’s done just the opposite. Not because we elected a black president but because we elected THAT black president.
Wallace on FOX talks to Plouffe.
Wallace reminds Plouffe that obama blamed Bush about the rising gas prices. LOL - great video. Okay, why isn’t obama not responsible now?
Plouffe - we have to drill, etc..., BUT, then we have to quickly move to Wind, Solar, Etc. (oh for heavan’s sake, what a moron)
Wallace shows numbers that almost all of the increase in drilling since 2007 is only happening on private land. obama is taking credit for something he has no right to. Another lol .
You think? I thought the Ryan plan sounded pretty good when I heard him on Fox today.
It is incremental but I think that’s the only way we can do it at this point. At least it’s incremental in the right direction, whereas Obama and the left want to go fast in the wrong direction.
We’re all looking for somebody or some way to get things turned around in one big U-turn, but don’t think there’s a way to do that.
It sounds kinda like Rick Perry’s plan for Washington which was right on, but so dramatic it scared the heck out of Washington.
IIRC, Rush made these very points before 0bama was elected.
I agree, mathluv. He needs to be Gooooone.
I just wish that I could believe mitt would really repeal it IF he gets the nomination AND wins the WH. That is why I find it hard to believe so many are supporting him.
I will attest; I've never had -- nor ever had a reason to have -- a racist bone in my body. That is changing. Sue me. Hell, I'm being charged with it, regardless.
Actually, it's probably not racism, but just a desire for equal justice, and that sure as hell isn't happening.
The Fox panel was also negative about Santorum’s chances. The conclusion from most of them is that Santorum cannot overtake Romney in delegate count; he is too far behind and the states that have yet to vote cannot be counted on as Santorum votes.
I reluctantly agree. Brit Hume says the best Santorum can hope for is denying Romney a win and going to a brokered convention.
Who knows what would happen there, but it would sure make good television.
Watching MTP with Plouffe. He reiterates what he said on the other morning shows regarding alternative sources - wind, solar, etc. Then he says how sad it is that this used to be a bipartisnan issue....now, Repubs mock those alternatives. (oh, my, I feel a tear coming on)
Gregory plays a tape of obama from 2008 standing outside a gas station complaining about the high gas prices. lol
Gregory again brings up (like on ABC) that obama is taking credit on energy issues that he has no control over. Plouffe talks really fast and explains......something (nothing).
Plouffe - it comes down to who you trust on energy. (allrighty!)
LOLOLOL, ABC with Plouffe - he just said
Romeny is the GODFATHER OF OUR HEALTH CARE PLAN. There it is.
Gregory uses that “grind” word again referring to Romney’s campaign.
Thanks for that comment, Bushbacker. I think we’ll win the presidency also. There are far more liberals (percentage wise) in the media than there are in the general population, thank God.
But it’s nice to see an optimistic comment around here for a chance (I don’t mean on this thread...I mean on FR in general.)
Yep, and I’ll say it again, Zimmerman is given no credit for being brave enough to go out and do the confronting of people who could be bad actors in their neighborhood. On the other hand, there are people that will sit home and let crime happen as long as it don’t effect them.
Rick doesn’t have to catch him in delegate count. He has to stop him from getting the automatic number. An open convention could elect anybody but most likely one of the two.
Pray for America
I have my doubts as well, mathluv. The obama campaign has layed it out there this morning.
Romney is the father of the individual mandate. He is the Godfather of the healthcare plan.
Agree about Romney. I think he will support repeal, especially if we get both houses, but I don’t think he will be passionate about it because I don’t think he believes it like Santorum and Gingrich do.
I’m reconciled to voting for him if it comes to that and I am counting on the people and the congress to keep him in line.
What a shame.
Steyn writes today that we're not yet Greece, but we are running a very close 2nd, and worse in many respects, much worse. Collapse is coming soon, unless this is turned around in November. I'm hoping that my 3rd or 4th choice, Mitt Romney, has the financial experience to see it crumbling down around US.
Shale, oil, and nat gas can help reverse this financial armagadean. There is hope.
Thanks for the info, altura. Maybe I’ll watch them. It is likely improbable that Santorum can pull this out.....but you never know.
Thanks Rod, he has completely given up on the White male vote and he believes this will fire up the Black vote and perhaps the women’s vote. He thinks they are gullible enough and have more White Guilt to vote for him again.