Skip to comments.Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 2 October 2011
Posted on 10/02/2011 5:12:43 AM PDT by Alas Babylon!
The Talk Shows
October 2nd, 2011
Guests to be interviewed today on major television talk shows:
FOX NEWS SUNDAY (Fox Network): 2012 GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain; FedEx chairman Fred Smith and BET founder Robert Johnson talk economic policies.
MEET THE PRESS (NBC): Govs. Bob McDonnell, R-Va., and Deval Patrick, D-Mass.; Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif; Sunday's roundtable: Becerra, Murphy, Dionne, Noonan.
FACE THE NATION (CBS): Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz.; Govs. Martin O'Malley, D-Md., and Haley Barbour, R-Miss.
THIS WEEK (ABC): Cain; Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz; Senior foreign affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz; Roundtable: George Will, ABC News senior White House correspondent Jake Tapper, Philadelphia Enquirer reporter Matt Katz, Republican strategist Nicolle Wallace and Democratic strategist Mark Penn.
STATE OF THE UNION (CNN): Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz; former CIA Director Michael Hayden; former Rep. Jane Harman, D-Calif.; Barbour.
I don’t have a boob tube in here. Did the subject of Europe come up at all this morning?
Wahn can’t understand how the racist teabaggers can like Herman Cain.
Washington does BAAAAD things to people.
If Rush Limbaugh started broadcasting out of Washington, he'd change too.
Hey no problem. We will just crank up that ol’ printing press in the White house basement and problem solved.
Kristol: Tea Party would vote for Cristie. Who else would they vote for? Obama? They will take Cristie and like him — just like they did John McCain in 2008.
[Kristol did use some different verbage, but I think I captured his intent. :) ]
Not a word, huh? Great land o’Goshen, talk about fiddling while Rome burns....
I hope you are right John. IMHO, I don’t see any relief for any taxpayer until our side controls all three branches and the forces of big welfare are silenced.
Yeah! The other line is "The government doesn't have a revenue problem, it has a spending problem."
Bravo Sierra, it DOES have a revenue problem...TOO MUCH REVENUE!
Change the code.
Not to defend the governor, but to paraphrase Dr. King, I have a dream that some day a man will be judged by the content of his character and not the volume of his skin.
And the color of Herman Cain's skin would probably be a distraction in any political campaign. That's not a good reason to not support Mr. Cain. And we could go through the list of people and find some distraction with each person. Still, we hopefully will select the best person to be the Republican candidate and the next American President, not the best sum of the parts.
No argument form me. I just don’t see it happening until we control all three branches. Even then we will have the rino contingent to deal with.
I suspect Linda Graham runs a close second. I’ll bet the libbies love it when a RINO spouts stuff they can agree with.
Coulter has gotten comfortable doing the GMA circuit and doesn’t want to have to defend true Conservatives. Harry Smith will accept Christie over Palin or Cain so she keeps her credentials.
Question is, who is going to read her books now?
Pray for America
The only concern we should be aware of is that we dont choose Cain simply because of race. We have been called racists for so long we dont want to be voting for a candidate simply because he is Black to prove we arent racist. That would be worse than the Obozo vote, where liberals voted from White guilt, so we dont want to be succumbing to their thuggish tactics. This is likely not the case since Cain has some of the most Conservative thoughts of any speaker on the stage and is already getting the Clarence Thomas treatment himself for his skin.
“OK. Have it your way. I’m a racist. But YOU are the one who created the programs that resulted in a 70 percent illegitimacy rate among the black community and all the attendant problems that come with that—not me. I was against all those programs.”
I have not seen it yet. If it does CNN would probably be the place. They are more of a European net than US.
Thanks Ilandres, glad you liked it. Exactly, the internet news reporting is growing while old media is shrinking, so we can get the message out.
Interesting insight about Romney.
I don’t even know what to think about Cain. I like him a lot but he’s just entered the war zone. I wonder if the press will hold off on him like they did on Obama because he’s black. And Cain actually is black, not some weird hybrid.
Somehow I don’t think they will. So I hope nothing emerges that ruins Cain as a candidate.
I’m still hoping Sarah runs and I still like my Texas governor. He may be ruined or he may not. We’ll see.
Also, I hope we will concentrate thoroughly on continuing our 2010 victories in the House and Senate. If we can get both those bodies packed with conservatives it won’t matter quite so much about the true conservatism of the president.
Oh, it will matter. I just mean it will be a fail safe position.
Can’t hardly get on Free Republic these days. Bitterness and invective just seep from the screen into my room and make me feel bad.
Sounds good to me, but how do we get there?