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    I have it on good word from an insider that the Republican candidates are already lining up asking to guest on Morning Joe during the month of August, when the campaign kicks off. Morning Joe is highly sought because it's the most "fair and balanced" and because it allows time they don't normally have without commercial interruption on all the other cable channels.
     
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    and?:eusa_eh:
     
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    The last thing some of the republican candidates need is more exposure.
     
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    It's my show of choice in the a.m. because I find it the purest dose of politics in the morning...
     
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    I clicked over to Morning Joe this morning just in time to hear "Reverend" Al Sharpton talk economic policy. What a treat. His argument was the key to recovery was putting more money in the people's pocket. I think we tried that. He or someone else again blasted corporations for not producing jobs. Companies have learned to profit with less employees. Plus, without demand, producing more with new employees does not make business sense.
     
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    ...but, but, I thought not raising taxes was going to be the panacea?!?! :confused:
     
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    I watch every morning. Fair and balanced? It is stridently left wing. Which is why it, along with the rest of MSNBCs programing, has such low ratings.

    However, Republican candidates ought to try to get on the show. Nothing to lose, but always a chance you'll open an eye or two among its predominantly lefty viewing audience.
     
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    Good for them. Shows, the candidates are fair and balanced and open minded. unlike the left.
     
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    Joe is left wing?

    On what planet do you people reside?
     

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