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Considering what she is referencing and if it turns out to be true that a network affiliate was discussing manufacturing a scandal. Can't say I blame her.
On point and clear. CBS is almost as slanted as the Times-Trib and CV. I can see why no one is buying their papers (readership is way down along with advertising revenue). There is a relationship between the two and I hope they don't figure it out until it is too late.
The station in Alaska is NOT owned by CBS. It is an affiliate.
This gal could very well be the next Republican nominee as she has surprisingly shown herself to be quite a player in the midterms.If it happens it turns out one of two ways.Paired against Obama with NO third party candidate, she simply loses.Paired with Obama and a third party candidate who would be a liberal (a.k.a.) Mayor Bloomberg, Obama loses the Electoral College. It will not be necessary for Bloomberg to win a single state (Perot did not in 92).If I were Obama, I'd do all I could to stay on Bloomberg's good side.
Don't forget to post the photo of Speaker Boehner on Tuesday night.
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