Naked Poll Rats

It’s time for another episode of This American Election, a show for political junkies addicted to the horse race. This week’s show is called Naked Poll Rats. We’ll start the usual time of 1:30 p.m. EDT on Sunday. The number to call in to listen or comment is 347-324-3592. You can also listen by clicking here. The show will be archived at that link for your listening pleasure whenever you are available. My co-host Anthony and I will be discussing the following topics:

  • State of the Race
  • Joe Scarborough
  • Death Panels
  • Labor Department, fiscal cliffs, and bribes
  • Polls
  • Madonna Controversy
  • Anne Romney Controversy

This week’s special guest: John W. Smart! I hope you’ll join us for what promises to be one raucous hour!

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9 comments on “Naked Poll Rats

  1. 1539days says:

    Ooh. Are you going to talk about Scarborough’s dead intern problem?

  2. Ugh—-wish I could listen in live…..working!!!

    However, I can’t even listen to Morning Joe anymore—-not even to warm up to run. I’m back to 2008 where I stopped listening to MSNBC for 2 years. Why? It’s because Scarborough never misses an opportunity to completely diss Mitt. Every 2 minutes he rants about what an awful candidate Mitt is….blah blah blah. RINO…..

    • Anthony says:

      It’s because Scarborough never misses an opportunity to completely diss Mitt. Every 2 minutes he rants about what an awful candidate Mitt is….

      I know I’m going out on a limb here, but do you ever wonder if Zaladonis is really Joe Scarborough?

  3. 1539days says:

    I lost your show for about 15 minutes. Not sure if it was the website or my browser.

  4. yttik says:

    It was a great show! You didn’t get to discuss that last topic much, Ann Romney’s comment that the media could pounce on next week. I think an attack on Ann like that could really backfire. Who wouldn’t be concerned about the stress of the presidency on a husband’s mental health? People (and the media) can be pretty moronic sometimes, but most of them appreciate the fact that presidenting is hard work.

    It’s actually more distressing to think about the leader of the free world, the guy with his finger on the button, not taking the job seriously and not fully appreciating the weight of his responsibility.

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