2PP022 – 12 December 2009

2pp_album_art_110x1101.jpgSpecial Days begin today’s podcast, then we talk about the Tennessee Mayor vs. Charlie Brown and how silly it is to think that anything done online is secret. From there, it’s a quick discussion of climate-change deniers. Is there an obvious common ground the right is missing? Speaking of the right, we talk about a couple high-profile defections from “The Right”, something we’ve long said needs to happen. Will it matter? Or will the plans of the “teabaggers” succeed? Comments round out this episode.

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2 Responses to 2PP022 – 12 December 2009

  1. Roger Green says:

    I have to think that the GOP will nominate in 2012 someone not in the top tier in 2008, a Jindal or that boring guy from MN, or someone totally off the radar, some even more obscure governor.
    Gingrich – still has too many divorces.
    Palin – her book tour in Iowa and elsewhere may be more advantageous than you think; face time in swing states. I don’t understand it, or he appeal, but I don’t write her off.
    Huckabee – actually, I take him at his word that he did not pardon Maurice Clemmons, that the situation was far more nuanced – http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=34636 – but that it doesn’t matter one iota; it might as well be Willie Horton redux.
    Romney – still a Mormon.

  2. Jason says:

    I have to agree with you that it very well could be no one we’ve heard of at this point in time (it might be even someone tolerable (yeah that would be a miracle but it is that time of the year)).

    Three years is a very long time in politics. All sorts of things can happen.

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