Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 13 December 2009
Posted on 12/13/2009 5:07:27 AM PST by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
Sunday, December 13th, 2009
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): Sen. Judd Gregg, New Hampshire Republican; Sen. Claire McCaskill, Missouri Democrat; Sen. James Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican; Rep. Ed Markey, Massachusetts Democrat; Inez Tenenbaum, chairwoman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Christina Romer, chairwoman of the White Houses Council of Economic Advisers; Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve chairman; Gov. Jennifer Granholm, Michigan Democrat; Mitt Romney, Massachusetts Republican and former governor.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Sen. Mitch McConnell, Kentucky Republican; Sen. Jay Rockefeller, West Virginia Democrat; Sen. Ben Nelson, Nebraska Democrat; Sen. Joe Lieberman, Connecticut independent.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Lawrence Summers, director of the White Houses National Economic Council; Sen. Mark Warner, Virginia Democrat; Sen. John Thune, South Dakota Republican.
STATE OF THE UNION (CNN): Sens. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Jack Reed, D-R.I.; Rep. David Obey, D-Wis.; former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
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Good Morning, AB.
A Crispy Morning to Y’all!
Looks like another DBM inspired guest list surprise/ surprise.
Doesn't matter we will unearth the real news of the week here as we always do.
Godo Morning All. AB, did you bring us back some Guiness?
Good Morning to you!
Good Morning! Very wet and rainy down here.
1. The pseudo-intellectuals fell for it because none of them ever cracked a science book.
2. The policy wonks fell for it because it gave the government more control.
3. The bleeding hearts fell for it because they always want to save the Earth.
4. The communists fell for it because it portrayed capitalists as destroying the Earth to make money.
5. The capitalists fell for it because they saw a new way to make money.
6. The Hollywood crowd fell for it because it made their pampered lives seem to have a meaning and purpose.
7. The newspapers fell for it because it was new.
8. The teachers fell for it because it was a new thing to teach the children to teach their parents.
9. The children fell for it because they wanted to show how well they are doing in school.
10. The parents fell for it because they wanted their children were doing so well in school and they wanted to be supportive.
11. The utility companies fell or it because they can raise rates.
12. The Nobel Peace Prize committee fell for it because Al Gore should have won in 2000.
13. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences fell for it because Al Gore should have won in 2000.
14. The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (Grammys) fell for it because Al Gore should have won in 2000.
15. The 30,000 scientists fell for it because while it was not in their field of study, they wanted to be supportive of science.
Good Morning, Rod! I think people are mostly conservative everywhere but don’t know it or shun the label. Having said that, I didn’t meet many professed ones, that’s for sure.
Global warming’s got their knickers all twisted, thanks to the BBC. Ireland has RTE (Radio & Television Eire) which is just as bad. People have been programed to believe Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW). They’ve been told any who dispute it are either dolts or in the thrall of big oil.
I had fun making very sound economic and scientific arguments against it.
Errr... I drank it.
All of it.
It was good though, sorry!
A smokin 9 degrees Fahrenheit. That's what I'm talkin' bout.
I'll be right over.
I keep searching for a story about "Obamaville" yesterday on NRO. But, can't find it so far. If anyone else knows where it is priceless stuff!
Story is about the fastest growing community in the US--- a section in the woods full of homeless critters. Just priceless, the DBM is bound to ignore it.
(I'm powered today by a couple of post anniversary mimosas this morning.)
Please give us some details while others show up and we are waiting for the shows.
Glad to have you back stateside.
Oooohhh... my condolences...
Of course they’re outnumbered, but at least we’ve an interesting mix of Pubbies today.
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