Sunday Talk: Home of the brave

Daily Kos ~ Silly Rabbit

On Monday, Senator Marco Rubio—whose parents famously fled Castro’s Cuba before that was even a thing to do—ganged up with seven other senators (including John “TehSurge” McCain and Lindsey “Benghazi” Graham) to unveil a bipartisan framework for comprehensive immigration reform.

No doubt this was a calculated move by Rubio; he doesn’t need any GOP consultants telling him that “send them all back” is no longer a viable electoral strategy—but it was heroic nonetheless.

He now finds himself on the opposing side of Rush Limbaugh, Fox News, and the National Review; they recognize that offering millions of freeloaders a path to citizenship would be good for the Democrats, and as such, bad for the country.

On the other hand, an influx of foreign invaders would necessitate giving little womenzunfettered access to the biggestscariest-looking guns imaginable—which is what America is all about.

Well, that and Israelapparently.


Morning lineup:

Meet the Press: Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin DempseyRoundtable: Former White House Press Secretary Robert GibbsRalph Reed (Faith and Freedom Coalition), Republican Strategist Ana Navarroand David Brooks (New York Times).Face the Nation: NFL Commissioner Roger GoodellJim Nantz (CBS Sports); Phil Simms (CBS Sports); Shannon Sharpe (CBS Sports).

This Week: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV); Former Washington, DC Public Schools Chancellor Michelle RheeRoundtable: Republican Strategist Matthew Dowd,Jorge Ramos (Univision), Paul Krugman (New York Times), Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina and Rep. Lou Barletta (R-PA).

Fox News Sunday: NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre; Former Astronaut Mark Kelly;Roundtable: Former Romney Campaign Adviser Kevin MaddenNina Easton (Fortune Magazine), Radio Host Laura Ingraham and Former Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN).

State of the Union: Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta; Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey; Former NFL Player Hines Ward; Former Sen. George Allen(R-VA); Reliable SourcesDana Milbank (Washington Post); Amy Holmes (The Blaze);Terrence Smith (Formerly of PBS); Pete Dominick (SiriusXM); Marisa Guthrie(Hollywood Reporter); Bob Costas (NBC Sports); Barbara Lippert (MediaPost).

The Chris Matthews ShowMichael Duffy (TIME); Katty Kay (BBC); Howard Fineman(Huffington Post); Annie Lowrey (New York Times).

Fareed Zakaria GPS: Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates; Former Vice President Al Gore(D).

Up with Chris Hayes: Economist/Author Joseph Stiglitz; President Emeritus of Bennett College for Women Julianne Malveaux; Author Michelle Goldberg; Former Foreign Policy Adviser to Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich Kiron Skinner; Author Michael HastingsBarbara Slavin (Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center); Ali Gharib (Daily Beast); Michael Brendan Dougherty (The American Conservative); Joe Weisenthal(; Former Partner at Bain Capital Edward Conard.

Evening lineup:

60 Minutes will be preempted by Super Bowl XLVII, which kicks off at 6:30 pm ET.

Author: kstreet607

Politics! Politics! I love politics! Unapologetic Barack Obama enthusiast.

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