Sunday Talk: These colors don’t run

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Attribution: Democrats for Progress

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Exactly fifty years after the “Freedom Summer“—during which three civil rights workers were murdered by KKK members while registering black voters inMississippithousands of African Americans escaped from the shackles of the Democrat [sic] party and helpedThad Cochran defeat Chris McDaniel.It was quite a coup for Republicans.Having exhausted the supply of angry white guys during the 2012 elections, in the ensuing years, the GOP and their501(c)(4) allies devoted a great dealof resources towards reaching out to minorities—and it seemed that their efforts were finally bearing fruit.You’d think that teabaggers—who’ve long sought to dispel the notion that they’re racist—would’ve welcomed this development. But you’d be wrongdead wrong; instead, they raged against the dying of the white. Apparently, some things never change.

 

Morning lineup:

Meet The Press: Former President Bill Clinton (D); RNC Chairman Reince Priebus;Roundtable: Former White House Counse; Kathy Ruemmler, Rep. Sean Duffy (R-WI),Nia-Malika Henderson (Washington Post) and Andrea Mitchell (NBC News).Face The Nation: Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV); Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY); Former US Ambassador to Iraq James JeffreyRoundtablePeggy Noonan (Wall Street Journal),Michael Gerson (Washington Post), Former Clinton White House Press Secretary Dee Dee Myers and Todd Purdum (Politico). This Week: Pre-recorded Interview with President ObamaRoundtableKatrina vanden Heuvel (The Nation), Republican Strategist Matthew Dowd, Democratic Strategist Donna Brazile and William Kristol (Weekly Standard). Fox News Sunday: Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA); Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA); Former NSA/CIA Director Gen. Michael HaydenRoundtableBrit Hume (Fox News), Julie Pace(Associated Press), Republican Strategist Karl Rove and Kirsten Powers (USA Today). State of the Union: Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA); Rep. Mike Rogers (R-MI); House Candidate Clay Aiken (D-NC); Democratic Strategist Stephanie CutterMattie Duppler(Americans for Tax Reform); Republican Strategist Liz MairNeera Tanden (Center for American Progress).

Evening lineup:

60 Minutes will feature: a report on the state of the federal disability program (preview); a report on Italian supercar-maker Lamborghini, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary (preview); and, an interview with actress Cate Blanchett (preview).

4 comments

  1. What I’d like to see, not only on Sunday shows but also on talk shows during the other 6 days of the week, are a few talk shows where the moderator has a console with buttons or switches allowing her or him to temporaroly disconect a guest if that person is overriding others and not allowing them to make their point.

    Actually, some of the moderators are the worst offenders…

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    1. I want a talk show on a station that allows me to say whatever I want to whomever I want. No respect for my elders or for former Presidents / Vice Presidents. There would be all sorts of

      F you and STFU’s thrown about

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